Shipping Products Brokerage Business with John Wilker

How to build a Shipping Products Brokerage Business with John Wilker. John explains his simple and profitable model for brokering wooden pallets. John is a small business owner who has developed a relatively simple yet highly effective and profitable middle-man business model. He was a contractor, but then stumbled upon an unmet need for the brokerage of industrial shipping products like wooden pallets. John has since developed a repeatable system that he teaches others.

John Wilker

John is former contractor who is now a small business owner. He has developed a simple yet effective business model for providing middle-man services for businesses that ship and receive products. Specifically, he acquires industrial byproducts, the kind of stuff that’s used for shipping like pallets, cardboard boxes, crates, and so on, and sells them to others for a profit.

As John explains, “Bottom line is I’m a middleman.” John has developed a business that requires few if any employees, no inventory and no warehouse space. “It’s quite simple…but has to be set up in the correct manner for it to work,” John explains.

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5 thoughts on “Episode 203: John Wilker – Shipping Products Brokerage

    • Hi Dan,

      Sorry you are having trouble reaching John. I will send him an email with your contact. Thanks for listening to our show.

  1. I have done little for nearly one week than follow the John Wilker’s videos. This podcast shows John is a communication ninja. Love his locked in cliches: “not sexy, pains and gains of suppliers and buyers, competition not bathed in three days etc.” I can follow this guy.

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