Freight Broker? Freight Agent?
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
If you are looking for nearby logistics jobs, you’ve probably seen the terms freight broker and freight agent used frequently. Are they the same?
Typically, yes. While there are various names for the sales executives that work in the logistics industry - freight broker, freight agent, freight broker agent – they generally all refer to the same role.
At Gateway Logistics, our freight brokers are a vital part of our team. We depend on our brokers to help identify organizations that could benefit from our services. Brokers provide an indispensable service to our current and future clients by helping them find the transportation logistics solution they’ve been missing.
As leaders in logistics management services, we need passionate, driven agents who will partner with us to make sure everyone has access to quality transportation and customer service. Call it what you want: freight broker, logistics agent, transportation broker. We call it a career in the best industry you could hope for.
For more information on Gateway’s current Cincinnati logistics jobs, visit Join our Team. We’re going places and we hope you’ll go with us.
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