THE TAYLOR ADVANTAGE
Have you ever encountered a problem during your transportation process? Did it consume most of your valuable time?
Worry no more!
Our Taylor Shipping Solutions teams are working hard in order to keep our clients satisfied.
Our partners thoughts
Sophie Johnson, Freight Broker
What makes a freight broker good at his job is the fact that he/she takes care of the loads they took. They have to be aware of the responsibilities they are taking while taking a load, respect both - brokers/customer and drivers time, be available to resolve issues that can happen, and let both sides know you are there - willing to do your best in order for everything to work out fine in the end.
Ben Smith, Freight Broker
When I received a call to apply for this job I thought, "why not", but little did I know it would be the biggest change in my life. I have had the opportunity to be a pioneer in a new business. Learned a lot of skills in Communication, Micromanagement, Logistics and lately Management experience by leading a team of people to bring the company to new heights. A lot has changed and improved in the last 2 years, I know there will be even more exciting learning opportunities in the future as we continue to grow.
What skills do brokers need to have, and what do they need to do to gain drivers trust?
"The most important thing while dealing with drivers is to show them respect and to be honest with them. They know more than you do. Always tell them what they are picking up, all details that can be important, without hiding any facts, and while doing that, drivers will show you respect back and they will trust you." - Sophie Johnson, Freight Broker
Klay Fox, Freight Broker
I have been working here for a year now. The workplace is fun and challenging. Most importantly the job is rewarding and flexible if the necessary work is put in.
Do you have any advice for our new brokers?
"The best advice I got - show them that thing that makes you different than everybody else. And again, communication is the biggest factor. One needs to communicate with both sides all the time and make sure everything goes as planned. That would be recognized by other sides as well, customers, other brokers, colleagues and eventually drivers who would be happy to work with that agent again in the future." - Sophie Johnson, Freight Broker
Ryan Williams, Freight Broker
Wow .. didn't think I'd come this far ..
Having been with this company for about a year, I really don't have the vocabulary to describe this wonderful and joyful past experience. I'm very grateful to have had the opportunity to start working with this company, and most of all, to have met some of the most beautiful and most dedicated people in this industry. I, as an employee, have a lot of freedom to do things my way, lots of chances, lots of valuable contacts that you acquire as you go along, and the sheer benefits you gain as an broker here are simply too immense.
Here, you have the chance to see the fruits of your labor, you have the chance to strive for greatness, to achieve things that nobody has ever done, and to me, that sounds really awesome. To me, those are the things that make this such an interactive and enjoyable place to be working at.