A woman-owned logistics firm has introduced a turnkey semi-truck investment program for individuals who want to earn passively through the logistics industry.
More information is available at http://www.nltprogram.com
Suwanee-based Next Level Trucking is offering investors an opportunity to earn up to $4,000 in net profit from trucking even without experience in the logistics industry. According to the company, it handles everything for the investor, from business organization to daily management.
Next Level Trucking’s turnkey program includes the organization and setup of the business for the investor, arrangement of financing, purchase of the vehicle, recruitment and management of drivers, and the establishment of contracts with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration- and Department of Transportation-compliant carriers.
Director of business development Jeremy Whitley said that the program is designed for those who want a fully operational trucking business within 90 days.
This investment opportunity is ideal for retired professionals who have savings, but believe that the amount may not last over the course of their retirement. Mr. Whitley stated that this is as close as they can get to having a risk-free investment because the investors own the collateral.
“Next Level Trucking’s goal is to offer people a more secure and reliable investment option that has a higher rate of success compared to most of the ventures currently offered in the market,” he said.
According to the company, investors can expect a leadership team possessing extensive experience in business development, sales, marketing, and financing. This team, it added, has collectively guided hundreds of businesses internationally toward organizational and sustainable growth.
Trucking is a massive industry in the United States, generating over $791 billion in 2019, according to Statista. Next Level Trucking’s investment opportunity enables individuals to be part of this billion-dollar sector, whose demand is expected to grow as the economy reopens.
The trucking industry has started seeing signs of recovery after the slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Major carrier U.S. Express, in a recent forecast, said it expects freight volumes to rise and drivers to become an “increasingly precious commodity” as the economy recovers.
Moreover, it stated that the flow of freight is at “unprecedented levels”, with analysts expecting elevated volumes to continue through 2021.
Full details about the turnkey trucking program can be found at the URL above.
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