Freight brokers continue to be a major piece of the puzzle when it comes to keeping a truck loaded and running paid miles. Most experienced owner operators and fleets will have at least a few brokers that they work with on a semi-regular basis, as brokers like to work with reliable truckers, and truckers like to work with brokers who treat them fairly.
The upside to working with a lot of brokers: more people reaching out to you with load offers. The more loads you have to choose from, the better your chance of getting a fat rate.
The downside to working with a lot of brokers: more people reaching out to you with load offers. Most offers you receive won’t be at a price you’ll want to take, and you’ll waste some time with useless texts and phone calls.
This is a list of some of the largest freight brokers in the US. They’ve been selected primarily on size, we haven’t edited this list to take into account the reputation of the brokers or the terms of their contracts. It’s highly recommended that you do a search for all of them on our freight broker forum and see what our drivers have to say before working with them — the good and the bad.
XPO Logistics – Carrier Application
Echo Global Logistics – Carrier Application
Worldwide Express – Carrier Application
Coyote Logistics – Carrier Application
GlobalTranz Enterprises – Carrier Application
Trinity Logistics – Carrier Application
PLS Logistics Services – Carrier Application
Cornerstone Systems – Carrier Application
Radiant Logistics – Carrier Application
LoadDelivered – Carrier Application