Leverage Your Existing NEMT Business to Diversify!

Leverage Your Existing NEMT Business to Diversify!

Coupled with a climate of increasing inflation and budget cuts, the need for outsourcing courier services to independent contractors such as us is further compounded.

Based upon my first hand experience in both the medical transportation industry and the courier business, I can assure you that the need for our mission-essential services is very much in demand!  And in owning your own medical transportation business, expanding into the courier industry is incredibly easy and advantageous.  In fact, it is a logical progression especially in servicing the needs of the hospitals and nursing facilities for whom you are already servicing with your NEMT business.

Because I wish for you to take advantage of such opportunities, I’m very pleased to endorse and share with you an ebook specifically about getting started in the courier business. It is written by a good friend of mine, Carlos Banks.  Many of you probably know or recognize Carlos from some of the videos and interviews I posted on my websites over the last few years.

In 2006, after studying my ebook, Carlos left a 20 year career with the UPS to start his own Non-Emergency Medical Transportation business, “THE WHEELCHAIR TAXI, Inc.” As the demand for his medical transportation service grew, so did the requests for courier related transportation.  Carlos incorporated “QUICK TIME COURIER, LLC” in 2010.  Since then, both his ambulette and courier transportation businesses have continued to flourish.

In leveraging his 20 years of delivery experience with UPS and his success in the NEMT business, Carlos decided to write HOW TO START A SUCCESSFUL COURIER AND SMALL PACKAGE DELIVERY SERVICE.  After reviewing and considering his ebook, I offered to share it with our Million Dollar Transportation Community.

There are several attributes that corporations, hospitals, law firms, and businesses of all sizes are attracted to in smaller courier services such as us versus global delivery services such as UPS, Fedex, USPS and the like.

These attributes include (1) same day delivery, (2) reduced cost, (3) flexibility, (4) multiple deliveries and pickups per day, and (5) less regulation or shipping procedures. Now seriously, especially in a troubled economy, what business doesn’t want such conveniences and cost savings?

If you’re serious about starting your own business using your own vehicle or expanding your existing service, then I definitely encourage you to invest in How to Start a Successful Courier and Small Package Delivery Service.  You will find it to be very helpful and insightful.