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Last Updated on: June 5, 2022 by Joseph Muriithi
Transport Services business plan LLC is a start-up establishment operating as a dispatcher in the United States. The company will serve businesses, personal carriers, and individuals with different oversize loads delivery, and logistics needs from one destination to the other. The company will help manage and schedule freight destination, drivers, and customers. The company will ensure oversize loads and other load types are delivered to customers and vendors swiftly, accurately, and efficiently.
This business plan has been prepared to lay down the fundamental company requirements, core values, and operational strategies that will be used to grow and expand the business and achieve more growth and productivity commercially. Furthermore, this business plan has laid down a funding requirement amounting to $50,000. These funds will be used to expand operating equipment, and fund other business requirements required for the business operations.
Company description and ownership structure
The company as a business, will be organized as a Limited Liability Company (LLC) formed and authorized under the state laws of state businesses. The company will be headed and operated by ### who will serve as the Chief executive officer (CEO) and ### who will help in business management.
Transport Services business plan LLC mission is to deliver accurate, reliable and efficient management of logistics through dispatch services to ensure seamless deliveries of oversize loads from one destination to the next. This process will involve operating in partnership with distributions centers, warehouses, and wholesalers to ease drivers Jobs and assume accountability of freight hauling.
Transport Services business plan LLC will provide transportation dispatch services for persons/ individuals, companies, and vendors required to haul heavy, bulk, and oversize products and goods. The company will facilitate and enable one hire a truck, mange delivery, and track the freight from the point of dispatch to destination efficiently to ensure they receive their goods on time, in-shape, and efficiently.
These services will be provided for truckload (TL) and less that Truckload (LTL) oversize loads of for hire, and private carriers. These categories require destination to destination freights on a timely and effective way. The services will range from;
- Managing and scheduling drivers, load pick-up and delivery.
- Offering less that truck load (LTL) and Truck load (TL) services of all oversize/overweight loads.
- Regular scheduling of freight services.
- Phone support for all customer’s questions, delivery changes, and scheduling.
- Monitoring drivers, keeping records and ensuring availability is guaranteed.
Industry analysis and overview
Following the recession, the Long-Distance Freight Trucking industry returned to growth as household disposable income grew, leading to increases in industrial production and general trade volume. According to the American Trucking Association, the trucking industry is the lifeblood of the U.S. economy. Over 70% of all the freight tonnage moved in the U.S. goes on trucks. This industry achieved $726.4 Billion in gross freight revenues with 10.49 billion tons of freight moved in 2015. During the period, January 2017, the for-hire truck tonnage rose by 2.09% with perceived growth expected for the next 5 years this growth is expected across its all sectors in moving, dispatching, monitoring, and logistics. The graph below show the expected growth of Long distance trucking services up to the year 2020;
This market size, high returns, and continued growth will form the company’s base for achieved growth and expansion over the next 5 years in dispatch services with the company forecasting stability in its operations in respects to the industry’s performance.
Company positioning and industry statistics
The logistics and transportation industry in the United States is highly competitive. By investing in this sector, the 1st American Pilot Cras LLC will position itself to better facilitate the flow of goods throughout the world’s largest consumer market. This will be achieved by offering highly skilled workforce and relatively low costs in dispatch services. According to the American Trucking Association, spending in the U.S. logistics and transportation industry totaled $1.48 trillion in 2016, and represented 8 percent of annual gross domestic product (GDP). The Company with its positioning in dispatch services will relatively earn a share of this Industry’s revenue. The industry has the following statistics overview;
- The number of for hire carrier totaled 586,014 on file, private carriers totaled 747,781 and other interstate motors totaled 144,170.
- Of all these carriers, 90.8% operate less than five trucks and require dispatch services to manage drivers, and schedule deliveries.
- This industry has employed 7.3 million people across all trucking functions of which 3.5 million are truck drivers.
These statistics, show an industry that has a very high volume of activity and growth which will be in the favor of the company’s operations.
Growing, new, and under establishment industries in the US without their own dedicated freight fleet capabilities outsource their transportation function. These companies vary in the scale of their operations from medium operations to high operations, but they all have a steady demand for reliable transportation solutions. The Company will actively solicit such customers and offer them management of their deliveries to ensure they make accurate, effective, and on-time deliveries.
The company’s aim target market is the industry’s requirement for oversize loads freight. The company will target small, medium, and large scale establishments with a requiring to haul oversize loads of a truck Load, and less that Truckload goods commodities.
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