FOLLOW THESE FOUR PRACTICES
Posted Tue, Mar 03 2009 10:00 AM CST
JEFF ALLMAN
Posts: 1
I TOTALLY AGREE THATS THE WAY IT SHOULD BE DONE IF EVERYONE WORKED THAT WAY THE INDUSTRY WOULDNT BE IN THE SHAPE ITS IN NOW BUT WHOS TO BLAME NOT THE PAYER BUT WE ALL R TO BLAME WEVE TAKEN IT AND WE DONT STAND TOGETHER ANYMORE EVERYONE IS OUT 4 THEIR SELF JUST BREAK DOWN WITH A LOAD OF CATTLE AND SEE HOW MANY WILL ACKLY STOP OR ASK ON THE RADIO ANYMORE U OK COW TRUCK HELL NO SOUNDS LIKE U HAVE BEEN AROUND THE BLOCK A TIME OR TWO WE NEED MORE OLD SCHOOLERS (little foot) REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Tue, Apr 14 2009 03:31 AM CST
GARY BETHARD
Posts: 23
The long and short of all this is if all truckers, brokers and dispatchers follow the following four practices; a negative rating by a disgruntled individual/company will be overcome with ease. 1. Each party treats the other with respect 2. Be honest and upfront with ALL information regarding the load. 3. Understand that we all have to make a living at this. 4. Have fun doing your job, Life's too short! My two cents Gary Bethard-Foggy Hill LLC REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE