Frequently asked questions, or FAQs are listed Here.
Q. What Is Freight Exchange ?
A. Freight Exchange is any service which services freight haulers and companies offering cargo loads allowing them to search advertisements for freight and freight forwarders offer freight to be transported.
These systems provide a platform that allows carriers to communicate freight traffic information to fellow operators such as transporters, forwarders and logistics companies. They allow forwarders to advertise their freight either privately or publicly to a large number of freight operators that are looking for loads. They also allow freight operators to offer vehicle space. Online systems are normally subscription-based with a small charge for advertising (posting) and searching (consulting).
Q. Is Freight Exchange Free To Use ?
A. Yes Freight Exchange is Free to use Worldwide on Global reach Customers Sign Up for Free No Monthly Fees Or Bidding on any items Listed By The Customer also Couriers can also Register Free & List Empty Or Part Loaded Vehicles along a Route By Listing Empty Vehicles Courier & Haulage Firms Can Save Up To Thousands By Not Travelling Empty Cutting Back On Carbon Emission.
Q. Is It True As A Customer I Can Save Up To 80% On My Delivery?
A. Yes Couriers Contact The Customer Direct Via Phone Call Or On-line Messaging The Customer Chooses The Best Quote That Suits Them But Not Always It Work Like That Customers Can Search For Empty Or Part Loaded Vehicles For Their Particular Item
Q. What Is A Courier ?
A. Courier is a person or a company employed to deliver messages, packages, and mail. Couriers are distinguished from ordinary mail services by features such as speed, security, tracking, signature, specialization and individualization of services, and committed delivery times, which are optional for most everyday mail services. As a premium service, couriers are usually more expensive than usual mail services, and their use is typically restricted to packages where one or more of these features are considered important enough to warrant the cost.
Different courier services operate on all scales, from within specific towns or cities, to regional, national and global services
Q. Whats The Role Of A Freight Forwarder ?
A. The original function of the forwarder, or spediteur, was to arrange for the carriage of his customers' good by contracting with various carriers. His responsibilities included advice on all documentation and customs requirements in the country of destination. His correspondent agent in far-away lands looked after his customers' interests and kept him informed about matters that would affect movement of goods.
In modern times the forwarder still carries out those same responsibilities for his client. He still operates either with a corresponding agent overseas or with his own company branch-office. In many instances, the freight forwarder also acts as a carrier for part of a movement it can happen that in a single transaction the forwarder may be acting either as a carrier (principal) or as an agent for his customer
Courier Freight Exchange is a Haulage Courier Returnload (Vehicle Return load) Exchange Also Vehicles On A Return Load Can Find A Back load (Vehicle Back-loading) Courier & Haulage Firms Dont Allow Your Trucks To Run Empty Register Free http://www.CourierFreightExchange.co.uk/User/Register
Customers Register Free List Your Loads Let Couriers Contact You
Couriers List Empty Vehicles Along Routes Let Customers Choose Whos Best For Them
International System Any Vehicle Any Van Can Register Free List Your Truck Along A Route
Customers List Ebay Items, Parcels, Home Removals Student Removals Office & Much More
Recieve Quotes From Courier & Haulage Drivers.