OLATHE, Kan. — TAFS has released The Ultimate Guide to Freight Factoring, the latest guide that breaks down all anyone needs to know with regard to freight factoring and what it means to a customer.
The guide also gives in depth detail about the history of freight factoring, the use of the system, and breaks down the entire process from start to finish.
“It’s important for people in this industry to be aware of their options. We often see clients who, before partnering with TAFS, didn’t know what help was available to them. You don’t have to suffer through uncertain pay term periods that burn a hole in your pocket,” said Rob McCutcheon, marketing manager of TAFS. “We break everything down in this guide and allow readers to gain insight on how freight factoring can help them.”
TAFS is a subsidiary of Jacobson Holdings, and a sister company of TransAm Trucking, a refrigerated trucking company with 30 years of experience.
McCutcheon said the company’s success and strong financial position allowed it to create new ways to help meet the needs of the trucking industry.
TAFS uses its experience in the trucking industry to help clients grow every day,” he said.
“No matter if you’re just starting out or if you’re a seasoned veteran, TAFS offers knowledge that is applicable to everyone in the industry,” McCutcheon said.
TAFS is a global provider of commercial finance.
“Our mission is to provide an unparalleled level of service to our diverse clientele, a competitive advantage to our partners, a success driven, multicultural environment for our team members and to empower each of them to achieve the highest level of success,” McCutcheon said.
For information about the guide, visit https://www.tafs.com/factoring/ultimate-guide-freight-factoring/.
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