Hauling freight has never been so profitable.

Top off your trucks and earn up to 20% more per load with shared truckloads.

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Earning more per load has never been so easy.

Work with a provider who can pay you more per load and provide access to high-paying partial freight.

Earn more, wait less.

Our easier-to-haul shared truckloads minimize out-of-route mileage and can pay $200 more per day than a traditional truckload. Plus, our tailored load suggestions help keep you moving and earning.

Keep your trucks full.

In addition to our truckload and LTL marketplace, Flock Freight® offers access to more partial freight options than anyone else. By booking shared truckloads, you maximize your trailer space with loads that pay an additional $0.20 per mile.
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From signup to booking, in 30 minutes.

Instantly access the only load board with less than truckload, partial, truckload and shared truckload freight — all on one easy-to-use platform.

Get early load access.

Shared truckloads are available to you at least 30 minutes before other carriers.

Find high-paying freight 24/7.

Our free load board makes booking a breeze. Search from thousands of available loads and conveniently get recommendations sent right to your inbox.

Negotiate loads your way.

Submit a bid or book a load in an instant. No matter how you choose to score loads, Flock Freight empowers you to find the right freight to fill your trucks — anytime, anywhere.


What is a freight carrier?

A freight carrier is a company or individual that specializes in transporting goods or cargo from one location to another using various modes of transportation like trucks, trains, ships, or planes.

How do I become a freight carrier?

To become a freight carrier, establish a legal business entity, obtain necessary licenses, permits, and insurance, acquire or lease trucks, and establish relationships with shippers and brokers. Compliance with industry regulations and building a reliable reputation is key.

What are the four types of freight carriers?

The four types of freight carriers include trucking companies (trucks), rail carriers (trains), air cargo carriers (planes), and ocean carriers (ships). Each specializes in transporting goods via a specific mode of transportation.

How do freight brokers find carriers?

Freight brokers find carriers through various methods like online load boards, carrier databases, industry networking, referrals, and establishing relationships with reliable carriers through direct communication and negotiation.

How do I find freight carriers?

To find freight carriers, you can utilize online load boards, carrier directories, freight brokerages, industry referrals, networking, and contacting logistics companies, like Flock, for access to their carrier network.

What carrier equipment types does Flock accept?

Flock offers loads for carriers with the following trailer types:9′ Sprinter (on rare occasions)Unfortunately, we don’t currently work with the following equipment types:FlatbedHotshotPower onlyCargo vansConestogasLow boysStep decksBulkGooseneck

  • 53′ & 48′ Dry van
  • 53′ & 48′ Refrigerated truck
  • 28′, 26′, 24′, 20′ & 18′ Box truck
  • 9′ Sprinter (on rare occasions)

Unfortunately, we don’t currently work with the following equipment types:

  • Flatbed
  • Hotshot
  • Power only
  • Cargo vans
  • Conestogas
  • Low boys
  • Step decks
  • Bulk
  • Gooseneck
What types of loads does Flock offer?

While Flock ships most dry van freight that fits a variety of trailer sizes, we don’t ship the following goods:

  • Hazmat products
  • Perishable or refrigerated products
How do I sign up to move loads for Flock Freight?

Visit our Sign Up page and submit your information to create an account, then finish registering with Highway in our platform.

Already signed up with Highway? You can be approved to book your first load in 5 minutes or less.

Carrier testimonials

“Flock Freight’s load board makes it very easy to book loads and their brokers are very pleasant to work with.”

Princess Hayes

Owner of J&P Logistics, LLC

“We love the experience. Our drivers love it. They would rather [haul shared truckloads] than take full loads or multi-stop loads. It works out really good for us.”

Dirk Fant

Safety Manager of HAUL IT RIGHT

“From booking through delivery, my [Flock Freight] representative always has my back.”

Jesus Triguero

General Manager of E & A Transportation