Charles Mundy, owner and head instructor of Exodus Logistics Learning Center, was born in Detroit and raised there. He has a computer background and worked for Liberty Tax as a sales force administrator and developer. Unfortunately, Mundy was among the people who lost their jobs when the Liberty Tax decided to lay off employees. That’s when trucking happened to him.
Mundy vaguely knew about the trucking industry. His truck driver cousins had something to do with his decision to pursue a career in the field. He was often observed standing on the sidelines and watching the money being made by his cousins. Also, he wanted to go out on the open road and see all the country had to offer.
In 2013, Mundy began his long and winding trucking journey as a truck driver. It was a semi-truck with general freight. After driving trucks for two years, he got burnt out and wanted to start his own business. He decided to quit his job because he realized he wanted to work for himself rather than someone else. Mundy wanted to be his own boss and wasn’t afraid to go where no man had gone before.
After becoming a successful broker-agent and making as many connections as possible, Mundy started his own dispatch company. He now teaches the skills required to become a dispatcher in ELLC.
Interaction with TN’H:
In an interview with Truck N Hustle, Charles Mundy shares his experience of starting his dispatching company. Mundy explains how he identifies potential carriers and loads and the connections he makes to make these arrangements. This information will be helpful to those interested in starting a dispatch company.
Mundy had to give much insight into the trucking industry. He shared some tips on how to manage trucks and the process of hiring a new carrier. Mundy recommends that people who want to become dispatchers without having a carrier work through his YouTube channels, which cover both Dispatcher 101 and Freight Broker 101.
Mundy started his dispatch company roughly five years ago and has grown to dispatch 36 trucks, consisting of multiple carriers. The business has grown this way because he is the only dispatcher and handles everything from the initial phone call to ending the truck’s route. Mundy would eventually develop his skills as a dispatcher through the sub-agent program, training, and recruiting new dispatchers.
ELLC instructs beginners on how to start and grow a freight brokerage or dispatch company from the ground up and create a six-figure income.
In his final thoughts of the interview, Charles Mundy says he looks at himself as a down-to-earth and reserved person. He also notes how God uses him in providing information for other people’s benefit – it is through this role that we can see all aspects (good or bad) governing our lives.
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[skipto time=2:59]2:59 – Early life. [/skipto]
[skipto time=31:51] 31:51 – The successor of the business.[/skipto]
[skipto time=34:01]34:01 – Finding customers. [/skipto]
[skipto time=1:14:17]1:14:17- International customer. [/skipto]
[skipto time=2:21:35]2:21:35- How does the company grow. [/skipto]
The creator & host of Truck N’ Hustle, is a renowned personality in the trucking & logistics industry who hosts podcasts with the reputed & successful trucking entrepreneurs to share the knowledge required to start & sustain the logistics business!
Charles started his dispatch company roughly 5 years ago and grew to dispatch 36 trucks consisting of multiple carriers, singlehandedly. This is where Charles would develop his skills and find his passion for teaching through his sub-agent program, training, and recruiting new dispatchers. Today, Charles teaches over 900 students “How To Dispatch”, simplifying the process and making it easy and digestible.