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Freight Girlz - Trucking Dispatch Services
GOVERNMENT D-U-N-S# 117515055
The way truck dispatching should be done!
Professional Trucking Dispatch Services for Owner Operators and Fleets.
We understand freight chainalytics in the trucking industry.
USA's best dispatcher for trucking!
Call one of our Girlz for your next load!
Truck Load Dispatching (Fleet Specialists) owner operator loads,
Insured to $1 million Errors & Omissions
DOT Authority & Compliance (In-house DOT certified agent)
Carrier and Fleet Business Development services (company manual & SOP development)
We Build Custom Cloud-Based Dispatching Platforms
Our Carriers Monitored by:
Rates you can count on
& the data to prove it!
Procure the highest paying loads.
We use Total Dispatcher cloud-based platform for all dispatches.
Dispatch you or your driver/teams with all of the correct information on the load.
Take care of all phone conversations and credit checks with BROKERS & SHIPPERS.
Create dedicated lanes for your trucks.
Contracted dedicated dispatching available for our larger fleets.
Consulting services for existing carriers and startups.
All employees follow and sign our comprehensive SOP manual.
We work with small carriers to large Fleets!
Become profitable again!
Surgical at dispatching!
We build relationships!
What Our Customers Say!
Full Truckload (TL)
Been a driver most of my working life and have tried all sorts of platforms. These Girlz Ha ha are fantastic to work with! Almost always have the best rates.”
Freight Girlz has been an absolute asset to our trucking company. Great loads, white glove treatment and fun to speak with on the phone. We haven't experienced any problems with them yet.”
We have struggled to find good dispatchers through the years and for a while my wife was doing this until she had health issues. Freight Girlz was recommended to me by a buddy and I haven't looked back.”
SWEET SPOT in
“Having a good dispatcher creates the road map to growth and effective management”
There are many different reasons why a carrier (from a single owner operator to a fleet owner or manager) needs to use the services of a dispatcher.
The sweet spot in the trucking industry is the benefit of a dispatcher. A dispatcher holds the responsibility to work for carriers, not just to find them loads but to find the best paying freight. It’s in the dispatcher’s best interest to get the highest paying loads since they are taking a percentage of the load. A good dispatcher knows that the more the carrier makes on every load the more the dispatcher’s percentage would be. Taking cheap freight for a dispatcher is counterintuitive to the success of the driver and the dispatcher. The driver will not succeed and will no longer use the services of a dispatcher nor will either party make good money on the load. Secondly, taking cheap freight also brings down the industry as a whole. A dispatcher of professionalism and principle knows they also have a responsibility to the industry they work within and low paying loads brings down the rate for all in the trucking industry.
For brokers it’s advantageous to be able to have good relationships with dispatchers as they have access to
capacity and drivers that the broker needs to move their loads and keep their customers (the shippers) happy. Brokers are always seeking different equipment types needed to move their freight, but also by qualified drivers that are reliable and in good standing. Dispatchers have the resources to accommodate this with a broker and become an asset to them instead of spot market posting or regular drivers that are unavailable to them.
From a carrier standpoint having a good dispatcher creates the road map to growth and effective management in their schedule. A driver can spend hours searching and calling on available freight instead of over the road actually making money. A dispatcher allows them to drive while he/she finds and books their next load. A dispatch service also frees the driver from making several phone calls to brokers where negotiating the rate becomes tedious. A well-seasoned dispatcher knows where the rate needs to be (not only for the driver) but within
market conditions and can use this skill to get a fair, if not better than market average, rate for the load.
The onboarding process with a broker can be a time-consuming amount of paperwork.
The dispatcher has a unique but critically supportive role in the trucking industry.
For many fleet managers and carriers, the onboarding process with a broker can be a time-consuming amount of paperwork. Left in the hands of an experienced dispatcher they can take the burden of the onboarding process and open up the needed time to the driver or owner/manager to concentrate on larger business needs. An effective dispatcher will also then sign the rate confirmations and be able to simply communicate the load details to the driver allowing them a single point of contact to keep the truck moving.
Once a driver is over the road under the freight that has been found, negotiated, onboarded and rate con signed that dispatcher is there for the carrier through the length of the pick-up and delivery of the load. A dedicated dispatcher will be able to communicate with the broker if issues arise during transit or if the driver is waiting to be unloaded and work for detention, lumper fees or problems at the point of delivery.
The dispatcher has a unique but critically supportive role in the trucking industry. It can bridge a needed gap between brokers and carriers to create a more seamless process within the supply chain. A dispatcher helps in keeping an eye on the goal of growth and success for carriers and provide additional fulfillment for brokers. Dispatchers also help drivers manage their HOS and have their finger on the pulse of safety, regulatory compliance and DOT inspections. A dispatcher is always monitoring unsavory or unprofessional business practices which make them a consultant and advisor to carriers and brokers alike.
Not everyone within the trucking industry will need a dispatcher, but for those that use a dispatching service they have the unique gift of having a brother or sister ‘over the road’ and a business partner that can foster their continued journey to ‘keep on truckin’.
Find your best dispatcher, consultant, advocate and chief partner for your truck at Freight Girlz.
Abby Barros | SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Former truckstop.com sales associate
"As a former lead sales associate from Truckstop.com I was constantly asked if I could dispatch trucks. After months of formalizing the best path forward so that we could offer the best rates and unparalleled services to our drivers Freight Girlz was born. We make deliberate decisions in our business model."
Amanda C., Dispatcher
“While my dispatching career started in 2014 as a fleet manager in Tampa Florida for towing and impound services. My passion for trucking and anything diesel started as a child, I remember hearing my first “jake brake” and being struck with intrigue."
Monique M., Dispatcher
"Intrigued by Science with a BS in Biology and 20 years of experience as a Science teacher I have become adapted to working in rapidly changing circumstances. When I became the proud spouse of a 35-year OTR trucker I discovered a new passion."
"I have been in the transportation industry for the last 18 years between school bus driving and the multiple facets of OTR trucking. 10 years ago, I found my passion and realized I loved the trucking industry. I cannot see any other way to enjoy my daily life and the satisfaction you receive from helping others."