LINCOLN, NE – The Nebraska Trucking Association, in response to the national emergency brought about by the COVID-19 virus, has introduced new services that will provide some financial choices to receive invoice income quicker.

The Nebraska Trucking Association, in order to provide a new financial option to members, has partnered with TBS Factoring to help NTA members with a simple and flexible cash-flow solution. TBS Factoring helps carriers convert their invoices to quick pay, sometimes in the same day.

“We’re always looking to open options for NTA members,” said David Zelnio, director operations & communication. “In just a year, NTA has introduce the industry’s first association health plan, vision, dental and HRIS software. Factoring might be a great way to improve cash flow in a short term.”

The service acknowledges the challenges truckers face when waiting 30 or 60 days for brokers and shipper to pay freight bills.  One factoring option, called non-recourse, ensures no invoice money is held in reserve for payment. It’s designed for constant rates.

Visit to sign up for a free factoring account which can be approved within 24 hours. With the account, users can simply send qualified freight bills with proof of delivery to receive quick payment.


About the NTA:  We’re the statewide trade association for commercial and private truck operators, and affiliated businesses. We deliver the essential knowledge, contacts, services, political representation and partnerships that help our members continue to deliver the goods to Nebraska communities and throughout North America.