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Alternate routes
  by Tim Brady in the October issue of American Trucker magazine

highwayAs a trucking operation, you can’t assume everything will remain as it is currently within your freight lanes. It’s very important to have alternative freight sources in place for when a load cancels or is delayed, or when a shipper suddenly stops doing business with your company.

To avert an unexpected slowdown in freight and a reduction in revenue and cash flow, you need to constantly review your freight lanes. One of the best ways to keep your trucks and revenue rolling is having back-up freight in your established lanes.

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