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How To Sell Ltl Freight To A Distributor?

I encourage people start their own Go-Getters or distribution systems and market it themselves. If you don’t have an LLC, and you’re looking for a willing distributor to carry your product, then see if a company like Freightos is willing to become a co-distributor. For more information about how and why Freightos works, check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzCCbfT6c60 When I contact them, they will ask me some questions concerning the product and my general business goals before deciding if they want to be part of my marketing system: tell them what is included in my item (fiber content, fiber type; fiber diameter; fiber quality [type];; diameter); What color or mixes I offer or usually carry; Are there any special demand colors for our industry that I can help with directly starting with this add on?

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Nikolas White

Logistic, Warehouse and Shipping Services Expert. My work has been published in many different formats across North America with topics ranging from international trade to global logistics or supply chain management–all on the forefront of what’s happening right now!

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