Category Archives: Owner Operators

Does Trucking Have a Driver Shortage – A Truck Dispatcher Perspective

Driver shortage.  These two buzzwords are used commonly when referring to what is going on in trucking today. Whether it’s a government official making the claim, or a logistics media company such as Freight Waves, it seems that the opinions are quite different, depending on where you look and who you listen to.  Articles are […]

Outsourcing Truck Dispatching: A Value Proposition

As the freight recession deepens, many carrier companies are turning to outsourced truck dispatching as a viable alternative to the in-house model. Finding qualified workers who understand the intricacies of trucking and logistics can be daunting, especially when considering entrusting a third-party service provider liked Ninja Dispatch with the job.  Hiring night shift dispatchers is […]

Why Is Everyone “Revolutionizing” The Trucking Industry?

This article is a written opinion about what is going on in the trucking industry, particularly with startups claiming that they are changing and revolutionizing processes.  All viewpoints come from firsthand experience working with a variety of different trucking companies, ranging from mom-and-pop operations to mid-sized fleets of 300+ trucks. If you have a different […]

How To Become a Dispatcher

How can I become a dispatcher? This is a question that we receive on a daily basis from curious prospects looking for a career change. In this article, we will discuss how to get into dispatching and what you need to know in terms of skills as well as tools to get the job done. […]

5 questions to ask yourself before becoming an owner operator

Are you thinking of becoming an owner operator and buying your own truck? For those that don’t know, an owner operator is a trucking company that is owned and operated by the driver of the truck. This is a solo business where the driver is responsible for all aspects of the business.  There are many […]

How much can you make car hauling?

How much money can be made from car hauling? At Ninja Dispatch we take pride in our dispatch service for car hauling. We’re often asked, “how much money can you make by hauling cars?” The answer depends on several factors, but in general we gross between $5,000 – $12,000 per week.  In this article you’re […]

Truck Dispatching Service – What Are The Advantages?

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Having a good truck dispatching service in your corner can have added benefits to both small and larger trucking operations. Oftentimes, many business owners just getting into trucking find themselves overwhelmed with the sheer amount of industry lingo, legal requirements, and middlemen that they begin to make huge mistakes. These mistakes then go on to […]

Car Hauling: Snowbird Season is almost upon us!

What is a snowbird in car hauling? Snowbirds are people that live in the United Sates and have two residences, one in the North and one int he South. They travel when the weather gets cold, and will move from the Northern part of the United States, to the Southern more warmer areas, just like […]

Car Hauler Trailer Review: Kaufman 3 Car Trailer

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The Kaufman 3 Car hauler is by far the most popular trailer for car haulers. As car hauler dispatchers we receive daily requests to dispatch this exact trailer.  They are great as an entry level trailer for those looking to get into the industry. In this article we’re going to talk about what makes the […]

Car Hauling Dispatch End of Summer Review

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Car Hauler Dispatch Services It is September 2nd and the summer is officially over. At Ninja Dispatch our car hauler dispatch service team has had a very interesting summer. Due to the ongoing Covid19 pandemic things have changed in the industry and we’ve all had to make adjustments. From the drivers to the dispatchers getting […]