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November 2020

What We Do For Our Carriers

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There’s a lot of moving parts in a company like ours (yes, pun intended!). But one of the most important pieces to our business is you — our amazing carriers.

That’s why we put your priorities first. We know it’s tough to be a trucking company in today’s crazy world, so we’re here to make your job easier. That’s why we offer these services.

10-Day Pay

To keep your trucks running and incoming flowing, we pay invoices in 10 days with no fees.

Open, Two-Way Communication

Our dispatchers are experienced and knowledgeable about freight. You can speak with them daily to manage your shipment and help keep your equipment loaded throughout the United States.

Carrier Login

As an FLI approved carrier, you can log in to your account AND check payment statuses, submit invoices, BOL’s, and POD’s. You can also enter your available equipment, update company information, view and request available shipments, and update tracking information. Missing your login information? Call us and we’ll help!

Available Loads

Check what loads are available, 24/7! It’s easy to do on our website.

We appreciate our carriers and want your job to be as simple and stress-free as possible. If you have any questions or want to learn more, contact our team today

How To Stay Healthy On The Road

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The coronavirus has upended several things, but the transportation and freight industry will keep on trucking. Entering into fall and winter, we want you to stay healthy while working on the road.

As a driver, you spend a lot of time in your truck. However, there are times when you may be at increased risk of exposure to the coronavirus. Potential sources of exposure include contact with truck stop attendants, store workers, dock workers and other truck drivers. You also increase your risk by touching your nose, mouth, or eyes after contacting surfaces handled by a person with COVID-19.

It’s also important to know the common symptoms of COVID-19, which include:

  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chills
  • Muscle pain
  • New loss of taste and/or smell

If you believe you contracted COVID-19, follow these steps:

  • Contact your supervisor.
  • Stay home if you have symptoms.
  • Isolate at home and do not return to work until you meet the criteria to do so.

Also, wash your hands, maintain a 6-foot distance from others and wear a face mask. If you are on the road this season, continue to practice proper hygiene.

FLI wants our customers to stay healthy and safe. If you have any questions for our team or about our operations, please call or email us.