[Video] Co-Brokering Vs. Double Brokering: What's the Difference?

Co-brokering and double brokering aren't the same thing. Double brokering is considered highly unethical in the transportation world. Conversely, when appropriate, co-brokering can be a really beneficial practice. 

There is a fine line of distinction between these two practices, making them indiscernible to the untrained eye. It is important to understand the difference between co-brokering and double brokering though to keep your reputation in good standing. 

In this video, we'll cover the main differences between co and double brokering to help you round out your knowledge on this topic. 

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Josh Rivers

Written by Josh Rivers

Josh has been with ATS for over six years, in a number of positions. Today, as an ATS Logistics sales team manager, Josh enjoys helping his team of sales representatives develop the skills their customers need and creating a culture of excellence within a group of talented transportation experts.

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