Help with Rate Pinetops NC to Toronto

bull958

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Morning Paul. If you're selling it, rate would be about $800 by what I've run into this week. What the heck is going on?????
 

StartekSt

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$1600-$1800 depending on how close delivery date is. I usually find a good match with some regular carriers of mine...help them get to where they want (outbound from their origin) and they'll return the favour by helping me cover for what range I need.


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theman

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I'd agree with that. On the spot right now you can probably get $1600 fairly easily but if the freight is year round continuous and you don't want to vary your rate through the year, it is better to find someone who will commit to service at somewhere higher in the range. Saves a lot of time and hassle in the spring.
 

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