Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2008
It is no secret that the costs of fuel are skyrocketing, which is undoubtedly affecting the freight broker industry. While all members of this industry are feeling the squeeze of high prices at the pump, freight trucking is experiencing the brunt of it. FreightBrokering.Info, a Web site specializing in this industry, would like to let freight brokers know that they can turn to them for information and advice during these trying times.
The cost of diesel is directly affecting the freight trucking industry, with a national average of $3.67 a gallon this week and no end in sight to the rising costs. This is up a whopping $1.03 from last year, according to the Energy Information Administration. As any freight broker in the trucking industry knows, these high powered vehicles use five to seven miles per gallon and each trucker uses hundreds of gallons per week.
Other members of the freight shipping industry are being adversely affected by the rising cost of fuel, whether they move products by train, plane or ship. These are trying times for the freight shipping industry, but the services provided by truckers and shippers are indispensable, so this is still an industry with a solid future. The team at FreightBrokering.Info would like to offer information and advice to brokers and those interested in their services as the cost of fuel continues to rise.
For more information about the freight broker industry, visit http://www.freightbrokering.info.
FreightBrokering.Info created a Web site to help those who want to start working in the world of freight brokers. FreightBrokering.Info can provide all the necessary information to become an authorized freight broker or freight agent. They have a license to operate in this field, and can assure full services at a high quality level.
FreightBrokering.Info can help individuals to learn every detail about freight brokers and how they work, and can help individuals or businesses to find a transporter at a low price without having to search through numerous ads and newspapers. Because they work with transporters all the time, they can arrange a fast and cheap shipment with total security and reliability. They also provide the opportunity to place advertisements on their Web site, to help shippers get new clients.