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freight shipping
What is Freight Shipping?

Freight shipping is the practice of transporting bulk cargo by road, rail, sea, or air. “Freight” refers to the physical goods or commodities carried in bulk by trucks, trains, ships, or planes. “Shipping” is the process of transporting freight. All freight is shipped, regardless of the method. There are five main freight shipping methods: truckload, less.

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dry van rates
5 Factors that Impact Dry Van Freight Rates

Good for a variety of shipping needs, dry vans are one of the most common trailers on the road today. While not climate controlled, dry vans are easily secured and still protect goods from the elements. Shippers choose different types of dry vans depending on the cargo being shipped. Sometimes they need more than one.

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reefer freight
Reefer Freight: What It Is, Pros and Cons

If you’ve been around trucking for a little while now, or even if you’re just starting, you’ve heard the term “reefer freight.” Reefer freight is one of the pillars of the trucking industry. A large percentage of the transport trucks running across the highways are reefer trucks. What is reefer freight? The “reefer” in reefer freight.

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hot shot trucking rates per mile
How to Set the Best Hot Shot Rates Per Mile

Hot shot trucking involves delivering time-sensitive loads for a single customer that must be expedited for several reasons. The term originates from the Texas oil fields and a time when truckers would wait outside plants for a part to be completed. Then they would rush the part to the oil field so the company could.

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dry van shipping
Dry Van Shipping: How It Works and Pros and Cons

Dry van shipping is one of the most popular, reliable, and enduring shipping forms. Shippers choose dry vans because they provide protection from the elements, security, and versatility. But what is dry van trucking, when and why should you choose to offer dry van shipments, and what are the pros and cons? We’ll start by.

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flatbed vs dry van
Flatbed vs Dry Van: Which is Right for Your Business?

When it comes to freight shipping, there are a lot of choices out there. But for those in the transportation industry, it often comes down to which trailer is the best for the job. Dry vans and flatbed trailers are the two most common. But when it comes to dry van vs. flatbed, what is.

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dry van vs reefer
Dry Van vs. Reefer: Which is Best?

The question of whether a dry van or a reefer is best depends a lot on the lanes you work in and the type of cargo you carry. There are less than a quarter the number of reefers on the road in the United States compared to dry vans, specifically, 400,00 reefers and 1.7 million.

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Heavy haul trucking
Heavy Haul Trucking: What You Need to Know

The heavy-haul trucking industry has been on a roll in recent years. Demand for heavy-haul drivers fueled by the energy boom generated a surge in revenue. SJ Consulting reported that the top 10 heavy-haul providers saw a combined 33% increase in revenue from 2017 to 2018, with solid growth continuing in 2019.  The COVID-19 pandemic.

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hotshot trucking
What is Hot Shot Trucking?

Hot shot trucking (AKA hotshot trucking) involves hauling smaller, more time-sensitive LTL loads within a specific timeframe, and usually to a single customer or location. Hot shot loads are usually delivered using medium-duty trucks that pull flatbed trailers. Hot shot truck requirements vary. Some hot shots need to be delivered a short distance, but others.

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Truckers: Reduce your total cost of operation by choosing the right heavy-duty engine oil

Reducing costs as an independent owner-operator or small fleet operator can make or break your business. Every decision you make affects your bottom line. Budgets are tight and choosing the right heavy-duty engine oil is an important decision when considering truck maintenance.   The Purpose of Heavy Duty Engine Oil   A well-kept engine can extend the life of your truck investment. Heavy-duty engine oil can increase.

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