Trucking Services in Georgia

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Our Services in Georgia

Truck Dispatch Services in Georgia

  • You will be assigned an experienced and dedicated dispatcher who is available 24/7 to meet all your dispatching needs.
  • Your dispatcher will locate freight and book loads for you based on your preferences.
  • We partner with your factoring company to run a credit check for each load you take to ensure you get paid.
  • Your M&J Dispatcher will communicate all required information between the driver and the broker, including check calls and all clarifications.

Largest Cities in Georgia

Atlanta Dispatch Trucking Services | Columbus Dispatch Trucking Services | Augusta Dispatch Trucking Services | Macon Dispatch Trucking Services | Savannah Dispatch Trucking Services

Factoring Services in Georgia

What is Factoring? Let’s be honest, the idea of factoring can be confusing and scary but once you understand it and make use of it, it can be the best thing you do for your business. A factoring company is a third party or financial company that purchases your invoice after you drop a load. The factoring company pays you for the invoice (minus a small factoring fee) and you get paid within 1 to 2 days instead of 30-60 days. It then becomes the responsibility of the “factor” or financial company to get paid on the invoice. You will be able to better manage your trucking business because you got paid faster and are not waiting for a check in the mail.

Largest Cities in Georgia

Atlanta Factoring Services | Columbus Factoring Services | Augusta Factoring Services | Macon Factoring Services | Savannah Factoring Services

Trucking Consulting in Georgia

Let us help you establish a new business or strengthen a current one. We want to empower you to be successful in the industry and reach every goal you set for your business. Message us today for a free 30-minute consult.

Largest Cities in Georgia

Atlanta Consulting Services | Columbus Consulting Services | Augusta Consulting Services | Macon Consulting Services | Savannah Consulting Services

Truck Dispatch Training in Georgia

You Will Learn:

  • You will learn step-by-step instructions on load booking
  • What is a load board and why do we use them?
  • Where can I safely run my truck to make the most money?
  • You will learn what techniques we use to get the highest payout possible for a load.

Largest Cities in Georgia

Atlanta Dispatch Training | Columbus Dispatch Training | Augusta Dispatch Training | Macon Dispatch Training | Savannah Dispatch Training

Some Cities in Georgia

Atlanta Trucking Services | Columbus Trucking Services | Augusta Trucking Services | Macon Trucking Services | Savannah Trucking Services

About Georgia

Georgia is a state in the Southeastern region of the United States, bordered to the north by Tennessee and North Carolina; to the northeast by South Carolina; to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean; to the south by Florida; and to the west by Alabama.

Georgia is the 24th-largest in area and 8th-most populous of the 50 United States. Its 2020 population was 10,711,908, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Atlanta, a “beta(+)” global city, is both the state’s capital and its largest city.

The Atlanta metropolitan area, with a population of more than 6 million people in 2020, is the 9th most populous metropolitan area in the United States and contains about 57% of Georgia’s entire population. Founded in 1732 as the Province of Georgia and becoming a royal colony in 1752, Georgia was the last and southernmost of the original Thirteen Colonies to be established.

Named after King George II of Great Britain, the Colony of Georgia covered the area from South Carolina south to Spanish Florida and west to French Louisiana at the Mississippi River. On January 2, 1788, Georgia became the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution. From 1802 to 1804, western Georgia was split to form the Mississippi Territory, which later was admitted as the U.S. states of Alabama and Mississippi.

Georgia declared its secession from the Union on January 19, 1861, and was one of the original seven Confederate States. Following the Civil War, it was the last state to be restored to the Union, on July 15, 1870. In the post-Reconstruction era of the late 19th century, Georgia’s economy was transformed as a group of prominent politicians, businessmen, and journalists, led by Henry W. Grady, espoused the “New South” philosophy of sectional reconciliation, industrialization, and white supremacy.

During the mid-20th century, several Georgians, most notably Martin Luther King Jr., were prominent leaders during the civil rights movement. Atlanta was selected as host of the 1996 Summer Olympics, which marked the 100th anniversary of the modern Olympic Games. Since 1945, Georgia has seen substantial population and economic growth as part of the broader Sun Belt phenomenon.

From 2007 to 2008, 14 of Georgia’s counties ranked among the nation’s 100 fastest-growing. Georgia is defined by a diversity of landscapes, flora, and fauna. The state’s northernmost regions include the Blue Ridge Mountains, part of the larger Appalachian Mountain system. The Piedmont plateau extends from the foothills of the Blue Ridge south to the Fall Line, an escarpment to the Coastal Plain defining the state’s southern region. Georgia’s highest point is Brasstown Bald at 4,784 feet (1,458 m) above sea level; the lowest is the Atlantic Ocean. With the exception of some high-altitude areas in the Blue Ridge, the entirety of the state has a humid subtropical climate. Of the states entirely east of the Mississippi River, Georgia is the largest in land area

Things to Do and See In Georgia

  • Gum Swamp Creek (near Long Bridge Road and Murphey McRae Road): Gum Swamp Creek is a tributary of the Little Ocmulgee River in the U.S. state of Georgia. Via the Little Ocmulgee and Ocmulgee rivers, it is part of the Altamaha River basin draining to the Atlantic Ocean. (…).
  • Telfair–Wheeler Airport (near Airport Road and Asphalt Lane): Telfair–Wheeler Airport is a public-use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) northeast of the central business district of McRae-Helena, a city in Telfair County, Georgia and Wheeler County, Georgia United States. It is owned by the Telfair–Wheeler Airport Authority (…).
  • Little Ocmulgee State Park (near P133 and P134): Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge is a Georgia state park located north of McRae on the Little Ocmulgee River. Part of the park was initially built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression, around the natural diversion of the Little Ocmulgee into a lake (…).
  • Telfair State Prison (near Long Bridge Road and ): Telfair State Prison is a Georgia Department of Corrections state prison for men located on 210 Long Bridge Road, Helena, Telfair County, Georgia. The facility opened in 1992 and currently has a capacity of 1420 prisoners (…).
  • Wheeler Correctional Facility (near Broad Street and Little Rock Road): Wheeler Correctional Facility is a privately operated, medium-security prison for men, owned and operated by CoreCivic under contract with the Georgia Department of Corrections. The facility was built in 1998 in Alamo, Wheeler County, Georgia,. The maximum capacity of the prison is 3028 inmates. (…).
  • McRae–Helena, Georgia (near Railroad Street and South 4th Avenue): McRae–Helena is a city in the U.S. state of Georgia, formed on January 1, 2015, by the merger of the two cities of McRae and Helena. McRae–Helena is the county seat of Telfair County. It is the largest city in Telfair County, with an estimated population of 8,745 in 2015 (…).
  • Telfair Center for the Arts (near West College Street and 9th Avenue): The Telfair Center for the Arts is a 501c3 charitable nonprofit in Telfair County, Georgia. It occupies a historic building which was renovated for its use, the South Georgia College Administration Building of South Georgia College on College St. in McRae, Georgia (…).
  • Telfair County Courthouse and Jail (near East Oak Street and Telfair Avenue): The Telfair County, Georgia Courthouse in McRae-Helena was built in 1934 using the walls of the previous courthouse, lost to fire earlier that year. It was designed by architects Dennis & Dennis. The nearby Telfair County Jail was built in 1902 (…).
  • Telfair County School District (near South 2nd Avenue and Huckabee Street): The Telfair County School District is a public school district in Telfair County, Georgia, United States, based in McRae. It serves the communities of Helena, Jacksonville, Lumber City, McRae, Milan, and Scotland (…).
  • Max and Emma Sue McRae House (near Huckabee Street and South 2nd Avenue): The Max and Emma Sue McRae House in McRae, Georgia is a Classical Revival-style house built in 1897 which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in anticipation of the wedding of Max McRae (d (…).
  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Telfair County, Georgia (near Huckabee Street and South 2nd Avenue): This is a list of properties and districts in Telfair County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). (…).
  • Wheeler County Courthouse (near Pearl Avenue and Pine Street): Wheeler County Courthouse is a historic county courthouse in Alamo, Georgia. It is located at 119 Pearl Street. The courthouse is brick and has a columned facade on all four sides.The New Georgia Guide (University of Georgia Press, 1996), p (…).
  • WYSC (near East Golden Isles Highway and McRae Scotland Road): WYSC (102.7 FM, “Star 102.7”) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits music format. Licensed to McRae, Georgia, United States, the station is currently owned by Cinecom Broadcasting Systems, Inc. Along with the affiliated AM station WYIS, the two stations are still incorrectly marked as (…).
  • WYIS (near East Golden Isles Highway and McRae Scotland Road): WYIS (1410 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format, simulcasting WYSC 102.7 FM McRae, Georgia. Licensed to McRae, Georgia, USA, the station is owned by Cinecom Broadcasting Systems, Inc. (…).
  • McRae Correctional Institution (near Jim Hammock Dr and ): McRae Correctional Institution is a privately managed, low-security prison for men, owned and operated by the CoreCivic since 2000 under contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons for federal prisoners. The maximum capacity of the prison is 2275. It stands in McRae-Helena, Telfair County, Georgia (…).
  • Telfair County High School (near US 319;US 441;31 and US 319;US 441;SR 31): Telfair County High School is located in McRae, Georgia, United States. It is the only high school in the Telfair County School District. Its teams are known as the Trojans. It shares a campus with its feeder school, Telfair County Middle School. (…).