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    General questions

    We work with almost any kind of equipment larger than 24ft except car haulers and sprinter vans.
    You can fill out the form on the main page and our logistics specialist will reach out to you as soon as it possible, also, you can call us 443-225-4770 or email at dispatch@dndfreight.net
    All carriers are required to have their own MC/DOT #, Insurance and filled w9 form.
    Our team of dispatchers will be looking the freight for you 24/7, the loads we are providing is for every day.
    As a owner you are making the decision on everything with us, we don't do force dispatch here. Whenever you need a freight going to some direction, we are looking particularly to that direction.

    Financial topics

    You will be getting paid directly to your bank account from the factoring company or from the broker or shipper.
    We will be sending you the invoice every Friday which you can pay by ACH / wire, or we can charge from debit/credit card.
    We will connect you with one of our network agents to solve your factoring needs.
    We only work with companies who have a proven payments history and a good reputation, also every time we are taking the loads our dispatchers doing a broker/shipper credit check.
    No, you are paying the fees only for the loads you did with us and for nothing else.

    Other questions

    We only need a copy of your operating authority, Certificate of Insurance, filled w9 form and our signed dispatch agreement, contact us 443-225-4770 or dispatch@dndfreight.net to gain it.
    It should be $1 Million General Liability and $100,000 Cargo Coverage.
    Yes, we can, but all Box Trucks should be no less than 24ft and Hotshots no less than 30ft.
    You will be receiving the original rate confirmation from the broker or shipper that will be procced by you (our by our dispatch by request) to the factoring company.
    Our dispatch team take care on every carrier registration and rate confirmation, we send the bill of lading to the broker/shipper and to the factoring company right after you made the delivery.