Manufacturing in the United States today is enormous, and many sectors are producing finished goods ranging from foodstuff to cars, computer parts, furniture, and even kids’ toys. All of these items need to be transported to and from factories, warehouses, and retailers, and this is where carrier companies come in. American carrier companies sometimes make use of trains or ships to deliver goods, but most of them are in fact small companies who have modest but hard-working fleets of carrier trucks on hand. These trucks are driving all across the United States to deliver goods, and the same is true to the north in Canada. In fact, a lot of American-Canadian trading at the border is done by truck. However, carrier companies may sometimes need freight factoring companies or commercial factoring companies to help them smooth out their finances, and without commercial factoring companies, a small carrier company’s cash flow may be heavily disrupted.