Dispatch42

Planning is Everything
DO YOU REMEMBER THAT YOU MAKE MONEY ONLY WHEN WHEELS ARE ROLLING AND ANYTHING ELSE IS SIMPLY STEALING YOUR TIME?
DISPATCH42 TAKES CARE OF PLANNING TRUCKER'S ROUTING IN ADVANCE AND EVERYTHING ELSE REQUIRED TO MAKE CARRIER JOB EASY AND PROFITABLE.

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How does DISPATCH42 works

1

Freight VS Trucks

Always keep the number of freight deals bigger than number of avaialble trucks.

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2

Focus on the "Cream" of the Market

Create the Map of the most convenient and paying loads provided by our net-workers.

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3

Select "The Right Carrier"

We won't be able to exaggerate the value of reputation in transportation domain. And no one really wants to deal with those can ruin his own image.

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4

Be There to Help!

Become an unstoppable inter-connector. Make the broker and the carrier get what each other wants.

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5

Core Carrier Circle

Once first week went fine, DISPATCH42 and Carrier establish a plan of work on the consistent basis.

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Essentials of an Effective MC Management.

DETERMINING FACTORS IN DISPATCHING

89 % of surveyed New Carriers agreed that listed Rules have been helping them climbing up in a competitive market.

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Essentials of an Effective MC Management.

DETERMINING FACTORS IN DISPATCHING

89 % of surveyed New Carriers agreed that listed Rules have been helping them climbing up in a competitive market.

FAQ

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We are used to such approach and the answer is simple:
  • You will never pay ahead
  • You will be able to see actual results FAST
  • Dispatcher-Carrier Agreement clearly shows that DISPATCH42 just cannot fool around the Client.
Dispatch42 will never ask for a "pay upfront" fee. Our customers get high standards service first ; peace-of-mind and invoice, based on the actual result only,does follow after.
  • We book a 1000$ load for you.
  • We make sure you're going to get paid, once everything goes fine from our side
  • After you request the load from you factoring and get paid in maximum 5 days:
  • Carrier is paying an invoice of 5% of 1000$.
  • Direct Deposit, Credit Card, Quickbooks.
  • Target each day- be above the Market with 10%.
  • Clients are saving 30-55% from their operational costs, when continued using DISPATCH42.
  • 25100$/month in 20 worked days each month are guaranteed by DISPATCH42 Monthly Fee.
  • We are available 24/7
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Leaving aside hauling freight itself, virtually, an MC owner ( that is using DISPATCH42 Premium Dispatching & Safety Package) has to spend not more than 4 hours per week for submitting incoming/outgoing money transfers and developing his own Company. Everything else is on us.
DISPATCH42 is based on the principles of respect for others and their right to privacy. While doing the job in your best interests, DISPATCH42 undertakes to do not at any time or in any manner, either directly or indirectly, use for the personal benefit of DPSTRUCK, or divulge, disclose, or communicate in any manner, any information that is proprietary to Client.
DISPATCH42 undertakes not to increase it's Rate for the first 3 years of doing business together and keep it 5%.
We follow every rule of 42 Rules of an Effective Carrier Management.

Services

Planning

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin And it can't be truer. There is a Universe of Loads out there. And only 70 driving hours available. We have found the way of reserving the best ones for our clients and making their efforts and time paid at its best.
  • Selecting best areas to pick up a load from
  • Negotiating the most convenient financial and operational conditions
  • Building up a route
  • Booking loads on behalf of the Client from Internal Core Brokers List.
  • Advising the Client on the Current Market Situation.
  • Generating Gross Income for the Client.
  • Generating Invoices
Individual Planning Request

Dispatching

Having good connections may be a good advantage, however without a clear instruction on how to complete the mission- you are doomed to failure. Dispatch42 has induced into the workflow a highly accurate sequence of monitored dispatcher duties that allow us to keep the hand on the pulse and monitor the performance of each load without losing things out of focus.
  • Availability 24/7
  • Dedicated Phone Line for Drivers
  • Professional Approach
  • Monitoring the driver all the time, from his first day with DISPATCH42
  • Ensuring sustainability of the Plan (correcting appointments, replacing with better connections)
  • Scheduled Broker Updates
  • Collecting the feedback from the driver
  • Arranging the Best Match Route
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Safety and Compliance

DO YOU REMEMBER THAT YOU MAKE MONEY WHEN WHEELS ARE ROLLING ONLY AND ANYTHING ELSE IS STEALING YOUR TIME?
  • LOG BOOK & E-LOG
    1. Administrating automated ELD
    2. Editing AOBRD
    3. Stay compliant
    4. Audit 24/7
    5. Support
  • BILLING FOR FACTORING
    1. Filing BOL, confirmation, invoice
    2. Assistance with applying for factoring services
    3. Reporting on A/R
  • PERMITS
    1. Annual Permits
    2. Single permits
  • UNIFIED CARRIER REGISTRATION (UCR)
    1. Applying for UCR
    2. Process and Pay for UCR at once
  • IRP REGISTRATION
    1. Applying for IRP
    2. Preparing form 2290 (if needed)
  • IFTA REGISTRATION
    1. Evaluating
    2. Optimizing Expenses
    3. Paying Quarterly
  • Company registration
    1. Applying for MC
    2. Filing files with insurance
    3. Form BOC
    4. 3 with FMCSA
    5. Operating Autority On-Hand Status
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More Services

Dispatch42 carefully selects partners in the industry, based on their integrity and responsible business approach. And whenever our clients are in a need we can't satisfy directly, we can gladly introduce them to a reliable expert.
  • Partners in the Industry
  • Insurance
  • Factoring
  • Document Processing
  • Attorneys for Charges and Claims
  • Truck and Trailer Damage
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Our Offer

We have called it the "Recipe for a flourishing MC Company". Find Out Why.
  • Full Dispatch Support
  • MC Company Development
  • Individual Freight Planning
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Cost Effective MC Management
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  1. Set the Right Mind Set.91% of motor carriers operate six or fewer trucks and 97.3% operate less than 20.The entry level is very low, and, literally anyone can become a MC owner and start his own operations.Here is the way you need to think: The only thing which cannot be obtained fast and easy is Reputation. Aim at dealing with the most reputable players in the industry and be 100% sure that your own image is integral. Make no mistake about it, the better you are, the more and better business you'll be getting  on the way to success.
  2. Before booking a load, mind available driving hours for the driver for his daily and weekly cycles, as well as time zone difference and weather conditions.
These simple measures will result into a significant odds reduction of the mistake and loss of time.
  1. In cases when the best option needs to be chosen out of 3-5 loads, always consider that you'd need to have a plan for the reload prepared. The math is simple:
    • Add the potential number of miles out from the destination area to the next "good rate" area.
    • Multiply the sum of total miles by your target $/mile.
    • Subtract offered rate for the given load from the Step 2) result.
    • Now you can determine the average $/mile figure for the reload. If it appears to be achievable or even below that - that would allow you to achieve the Target $/mile set and to maintain your Weekly Plan strong.
  1. When considering booking a load always remember:- wherever your truck is at the moment at, there is a stable, very predictable way-out from it. That lane is as predictable, as day and night, and your main duty is to be aware of it, find it and mind it whenever you are heading your truck in there.2. Position yourself as the one trying to help the broker covering his needs and aim at the most difficult lanes the broker has to cover.
Once he realizes the you're the one can be sending trucks in the areas of interest for
  1. Before signing a rate confirmation, always double check the following information with the broker to avoid miscommunication and issues during a load :
    1. Pick Up and Delivery times and dates.
    2. Commodity type and weight
    3. Night dispatch available
    4. Lumper fee required for shipping or receiving facility
    5. PO numbers
    6. Additional driver's instructions like: Pallet jack required, driver assist etc
  2. Call the driver each morning even if you spoke with them a day or night before to make sure:
    1. everything is going according to the plan, before booking loads or updating the broker with current location, driver's ETA etc
    2. The driver will not be late for the pick up or delivery
  3. Before dispatching the driver make sure you possess all the needed information below to avoid loosing time during the load :
    1. Pick up and delivery times and dates
    2. Specifications for the load : Example ( Has to wait more than 2 hours for loading or unloading, wash the trailer is a requirement for this load etc )
    3. Pick up and delivery addresses and facility numbers. d) All PO number that the driver might need during the load.
  4. Do not stress out or panic when you have a difficult situation. It will make your brain messy and annoy all the people around in your team.
When stressed, try to calm down and prioritize, what should be done first, then second, and start doing them in this order, and go on until the mess is cleared out.
  1. When coming to work, first thing you do is update yourself with the information that you know it might be useful for you during the day, but you won't have very much time to update yourself with it during the day, such as: weather situation, rates for V/R, facilities' time flexibility and reviews, etc. Be ready for any turn of the situation.
  2. While talking to broker regarding a Detention Case keep in mind that you always have to be polite and professional but at the same time be a bit tough and provide facts and figures, strong arguments to express you position.
  3. While dispatching a driver, make sure that after you have sent the rate confirmation and did provide all needed information via chat, you will give a call and will double check to make sure everything is clear enough for him.
  4. Before calling the broker and ask to pay a Lumper fee, requested by the driver you have to be ready to provide the following information :
    1. Name of the company are you with.
    2. The Load NR
    3. The company name which requires the Lumper Fee
    4. Tax ID number
    5. The amount of money that has to be paid
    6. What kind of Checks do the company accepts
    7. Driver's information ( depends on the case)
  5. The contact with broker for whatever reason (Canceling a load, updates, accident, delay for the shipper or receiver ect ) has to be provided via E-mail and by the phone accordingly.
  6. After booking a load you have to make sure you are calling the facilities by asking the following:
    1. What are their shipping/receiving hours.
    2. Is it first come first serve/by appointment/24 hours?
    3. What time the product is going to be ready, how many pallets, pick up number.
    4. Are they flexible on their times, if the driver arrives earlier or later, “work in” option available.
    5. What is the latest time the driver can check in
    6. Is the product palletised. Any additional equipment needed to secure the freight.
    7. Specific instructions and directions to the facility.
    8. Can i have a direct phone number.
    9. Name of the person you speak.
  7. Before calling the facility always have in front of you the information below :
    1. Company's name you are with
    2. Pick up/Delivery number (ask the broker in case it is missing in the rate confirmation).
    3. The pick up and delivery addresses.
    4. Costumer's Company name
    5. Broker's Company name.
  1. While talking to broker, driver, facility, always Receive and give CLEAR information. Don't be vague. People usually have no idea what's going on in your mind, nor have the power to read your thoughts. So be specific and clear.
  2. Before calling the broker for a detention, always inform yourself with the information listed in the signed rate confirmation, to make sure you appear professional and aware of the contract specifications.
  3. After receiving the BOL's from the driver, make sure you update the broker right away by writing the time in and out for the receiving facility and POD/BOL attached.
  4. While talking to your driver's regarding their preferences for the next day/week, always ask the right questions to understand their needs.
If you want to find more about the factors we follow, let us know about yourself a little bit more.  

This concept might appear as "common sense" and as the one that speaks for itself, but we'd need to emphasize at something very important.

Small Secret is to cover lanes with 10-15% out of the max capacity. By doing that, we are able to cover trucks even if some unexpected thing happens, like load got cancelled. Very important.

Focus on vital few, rather than on trivial many.

Selecting only the best loads from the market forces us applying one or two unique routes to the large amount of trucks. Good news: there is no downside of such constraint; combined with the Principle 1, it perfectly balances risks and rewards ration. (In Carrier favor)

A good reputation is more valuable than money.

The biggest risk we take is when agree to deal with someone for the first time. We can definitely back-up with double-checks and ones opinion reviews, however there is no insurance coverage for shiftiness of the partner , which can cast a shadow on yourself too. By all means, before we assign a load from the Core Broker List, we certainly want to make sure that Carrier is able to do the job right.

Let's stop for a second and realize what exactly Dispatch42 nature of the business is.

We do fillip brokers to pay a bit more and carriers work a bit better, so everyone can gets what he wants. And the best way to do that easy and at ease? Is to be ready to "run extra mile" and do what's necessary to be done at the right time. A good example is contagious. Use it responsibly!

The best way to achieve constant success is to repeat all the necessary steps with an unchanged set of ingredients.

Make no mistake about it, Dispatch42 values responsible and reliable Carriers as much, as their time and efforts. Therefore, after the 1st perfectly managed Closed Cycle Route, Carrier will be offered with the opportunity to do it regularly.

Company Standards

  1. Before signing a rate confirmation, always double check the following information with the broker to avoid miscommunication and issues during a load : a) Pick Up and Delivery times and dates. b) Commodity type and weight c) Night dispatch available d) Lumper fee required for shipping or receiving facility e) PO numbers f) Additional driver's instructions like: Pallet jack required, driver assist etc
  2. Call the driver each morning even if you spoke with them a day or night before to make sure: a) everything is going according to the plan, before booking loads or updating the broker with current location, driver's ETA etc b) The driver will not be late for the pick up or delivery
  3. Before dispatching the driver make sure you possess all the needed information below to avoid loosing time during the load :
    1. Pick up and delivery times and dates
    2. Specifications for the load : Example ( Has to wait more than 2 hours for loading or unloading, wash the trailer is a requirement for this load etc )
    3. Pick up and delivery addresses and facility numbers. d) All PO number that the driver might need during the load.
  4. Do not stress out or panic when you have a difficult situation. It will make your brain messy and annoy all the people around in your team.

When stressed, try to calm down and prioritize, what should be done first, then second, and start doing them in this order, and go on until the mess is cleared out.

  1. When coming to work, first thing you do is update yourself with the information that you know it might be useful for you during the day, but you won't have very much time to update yourself with it during the day, such as: weather situation, rates for V/R, facilities' time flexibility and reviews, etc. Be ready for any turn of the situation.
  2. While talking to broker regarding a Detention Case keep in mind that you always have to be polite and professional but at the same time be a bit tough and provide facts and figures, strong arguments to express you position.
  3. While dispatching a driver, make sure that after you have sent the rate confirmation and did provide all needed information via chat, you will give a call and will double check to make sure everything is clear enough for him.
  4. Before calling the broker and ask to pay a Lumper fee, requested by the driver you have to be ready to provide the following information :
    1. Name of the company are you with.
    2. The Load NR
    3. The company name which requires the Lumper Fee
    4. Tax ID number
    5. The amount of money that has to be paid
    6. What kind of Checks do the company accepts
    7. Driver's information ( depends on the case)
  5. The contact with broker for whatever reason ( Canceling a load, updates, accident, delay for the shipper or receiver ect ) has to be provided via E-mail and by the phone accordingly.
  6.  After booking a load you have to make sure you are calling the facilities by asking the following : a. What are their shipping/receiving hours.
    1. Is it first come first serve/by appointment/24 hours?
    2. What time the product is going to be ready, how many pallets, pick up number.
    3. Are they flexible on their times, if the driver arrives earlier or later, “work in” option available.
    4. What is the latest time the driver can check in
    5. Is the product palletised. Any additional equipment needed to secure the freight.
    6. Specific instructions and directions to the facility.
    7. Can i have a direct phone number.
    8. Name of the person you speak.
  7.  Before calling the facility always have in front of you the information below : a. Company's name you are with b. Pick up/ Delivery number (ask the broker in case it is missing in the rate confirmation). c. The pick up and delivery addresses. d.Costumer's Company name e.Broker's Company name.
  8.  While talking to broker, driver, facility, always Receive and give CLEAR information. Don't be vague. People usually have no idea what's going on in your mind, nor have the power to read your thoughts. So be specific and clear.
  9.  Before calling the broker for a detention, always inform yourself with the information listed in the signed rate confirmation, to make sure you appear professional and aware of the contract specifications.
  10.  After receiving the BOL's from the driver, make sure you update the broker right away by writing the time in and out for the receiving facility and POD/BOL attached.
  11.  While talking to your driver's regarding their preferences for the next day/week, always ask the right questions to understand their needs. Keep it simple and professional always crea

When considering booking a load always remember:- wherever your truck is at the moment at, there is a stable, very predictable way-out from it. That lane is as predictable, as day and night, and your main duty is to be aware of it, find it and mind it whenever you are heading your truck in there.2. Position yourself as the one trying to help the broker covering his needs and aim at the most difficult lanes the broker has to cover.

Once he realizes the you're the one can be sending trucks in the areas of interest for

  1. Before signing a rate confirmation, always double check the following information with the broker to avoid miscommunication and issues during a load : a) Pick Up and Delivery times and dates. b) Commodity type and weight c) Night dispatch available d) Lumper fee required for shipping or receiving facility e) PO numbers f) Additional driver's instructions like: Pallet jack required, driver assist etc
  2. Call the driver each morning even if you spoke with them a day or night before to make sure: a) everything is going according to the plan, before booking loads or updating the broker with current location, driver's ETA etc b) The driver will not be late for the pick up or delivery
  3. Before dispatching the driver make sure you possess all the needed information below to avoid loosing time during the load :
    1. Pick up and delivery times and dates
    2. Specifications for the load : Example ( Has to wait more than 2 hours for loading or unloading, wash the trailer is a requirement for this load etc )
    3. Pick up and delivery addresses and facility numbers. d) All PO number that the driver might need during the load.
  4. Do not stress out or panic when you have a difficult situation. It will make your brain messy and annoy all the people around in your team.

When stressed, try to calm down and prioritize, what should be done first, then second, and start doing them in this order, and go on until the mess is cleared out.

  1. When coming to work, first thing you do is update yourself with the information that you know it might be useful for you during the day, but you won't have very much time to update yourself with it during the day, such as: weather situation, rates for V/R, facilities' time flexibility and reviews, etc. Be ready for any turn of the situation.
  2. While talking to broker regarding a Detention Case keep in mind that you always have to be polite and professional but at the same time be a bit tough and provide facts and figures, strong arguments to express you position.
  3. While dispatching a driver, make sure that after you have sent the rate confirmation and did provide all needed information via chat, you will give a call and will double check to make sure everything is clear enough for him.
  4. Before calling the broker and ask to pay a Lumper fee, requested by the driver you have to be ready to provide the following information :
    1. Name of the company are you with.
    2. The Load NR
    3. The company name which requires the Lumper Fee
    4. Tax ID number
    5. The amount of money that has to be paid
    6. What kind of Checks do the company accepts
    7. Driver's information ( depends on the case)
  5. The contact with broker for whatever reason ( Canceling a load, updates, accident, delay for the shipper or receiver ect ) has to be provided via E-mail and by the phone accordingly.
  6.  After booking a load you have to make sure you are calling the facilities by asking the following : a. What are their shipping/receiving hours.
    1. Is it first come first serve/by appointment/24 hours?
    2. What time the product is going to be ready, how many pallets, pick up number.
    3. Are they flexible on their times, if the driver arrives earlier or later, “work in” option available.
    4. What is the latest time the driver can check in
    5. Is the product palletised. Any additional equipment needed to secure the freight.
    6. Specific instructions and directions to the facility.
    7. Can i have a direct phone number.
    8. Name of the person you speak.
  7.  Before calling the facility always have in front of you the information below : a. Company's name you are with b. Pick up/ Delivery number (ask the broker in case it is missing in the rate confirmation). c. The pick up and delivery addresses. d.Costumer's Company name e.Broker's Company name.
  8.  While talking to broker, driver, facility, always Receive and give CLEAR information. Don't be vague. People usually have no idea what's going on in your mind, nor have the power to read your thoughts. So be specific and clear.
  9.  Before calling the broker for a detention, always inform yourself with the information listed in the signed rate confirmation, to make sure you appear professional and aware of the contract specifications.
  10.  After receiving the BOL's from the driver, make sure you update the broker right away by writing the time in and out for the receiving facility and POD/BOL attached.
  11.  While talking to your driver's regarding their preferences for the next day/week, always ask the right questions to understand their needs. Keep it simple and professional always crea