We are running an Owner/Operator based company with drivers who know this business very well.
We strive to work closely with our customers to provide efficient, cost-effective solutions to their logistical needs.
Our professional drivers are well trained and experience with 8-20 years of experience, meeting all statutory as well as industry related requirements for the storage and transfer of freight.
Our fleet consists of well-maintained late model tractor trailers and delivery trucks
With Bray Borokerage, there are no canned solutions.
We offer flexible, customized client solutions based on the size, budget and goals of your company. In fact, one of our greatest strengths is applying our knowledge to your particular needs. Our competency and creativity in freight management puts us on the leading edge of technology with useful, accessible tools for our clients.
Bray Borokerage is not carrier-owned. And, because of our long-standing independence, we’re unsurpassed in our ability to develop fresh game plans to adapt rapidly to changes that could impact your business. Being quick on our feet is one of the most potent skills we possess to keep your company ahead of the competition – and, of course, save you money.
With many of our partnerships, long-term relationships are at the heart of our service philosophy. We service a wide array of well-known clients. And, although we’re not limited to working with any particular carriers, we also have longstanding relationships with all well-known carrier companies.
Bray Brokerage transportation management solution includes a breadth of great services:
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Invoice Receipt – Carriers submit invoices to the intermediary (such as a 3PL) in a variety of formats for processing. Typical methods include manual invoices sent via the mail or email and electronic invoices sent via EDI.
Invoice Validation – Upon receipt of invoices, the logistics services provider will validate and audit each invoice to make sure that the invoices have not been previously processed (duplicates), are the shipper’s responsibility to pay (billed correctly), and include proper/necessary documentation. Additional shipper specific validations are frequently included in this process such as the validation of bill of lading or purchase order numbers against a shipper’s internal data sets.
Quality hires are the first step. Making sure they’re qualified in accordance with DOT and Bray Brokerage guidelines. Maintaining driver qualification is extremely important and we strive to keep drivers satisfied as we like to keep our customers satisfied.
Whether you need to hire someone new, rehire a driver, or maintain the driver qualification file of an experienced, veteran driver, Bray Brokerage can help with a wide variety of information, including:
Ensuring compliance with driver qualified requirements starts with good hiring practices and continues with ongoing maintenance of driver qualification files.
DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing:
DOT drug and alcohol testing is not as straightforward as it may seem when you consider the following:
Whether you need info on recordkeeping, random testing, or drug and alcohol training or testing products, Bray Brokerage can help you remain compliant.
Hours of Service- In the interest of preventing fatigue-related accidents, the hours-of-service regulations place restrictions on when and for how long drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) may be behind the wheel. For more than 15 years, change has been a constant with these regulations, with more revisions planned for the future.
The latest major rule changes, effective February 2016, will require most CMV operators to install and use Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) by December 16, 2017. These devices will have to be used in place of paper logs to record drivers’ hours of service. They automatically record driving time and certain other data, and facilitate the completion of logs.
New requirements for supporting documents will also go into force in December 2017, affecting all motor carriers and CMV drivers, whether using ELDs or not. The new rules include specific requirements for the types of supporting documents that must be kept.
Bray Brokerage will help you stay on top of the latest HOS developments through our news alerts and up-to-date reference materials. As a top supplier of ELDs, log books, training materials, and log auditing solutions, we can also help you comply with HOS regulations and keep your CSA scores low.
The U.S. federal hours-of-service regulations, with a few exceptions, apply to all motor carriers, drivers, and CMVs that transport property or passengers in interstate commerce. In-state requirements may vary.
Licensing, Permitting & Reporting – Some of the more complicated commercial motor vehicle (CMV) rules and regulations revolve around trip permits, IFTA fuel tax, fleet taxes, and vehicle licensing. Along with Federal laws and regulations, carriers must also be aware of the legal requirements each state imposes on CMVs, such as state-specific size/weight limits and intrastate operating authority.