05/17/2024
LTL Freight Shipping: What It Is & Tips for Carriers
LTL Freight Shipping: What It Is & Tips for Shippers

Not every shipper has enough goods to fill up an entire trailer. That’s where less than truckload (LTL) freight comes in. LTL freight, or freight that fills less than a full truckload, can benefit both shippers and carriers. Shippers pay for the space they use and share costs for transportation with other shippers. Carriers maximize

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06/09/2021
Partial vs. LTL Freight
Partial vs. LTL Freight: Which One Should You Choose?

In a perfect world, you want a full trailer of cargo, whether driving state to state or coast to coast. But oftentimes, the freight brokers and shippers you work with might not need 100% of your trailer space for their shipments. Instead, they might opt for either partial truckload (PTL) or less than truckload (LTL)

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06/04/2021
Can Volume LTL Work for You?

Whether you’re an owner-operator or oversee a fleet, you might have multiple preferences as a carrier, whether they include full capacity, the best lanes, immediate payment, or others. Good carriers know that flexibility and agility are an important part of success in your business. Sometimes you might need to accept payment after delivery, take less-than-ideal routes, or

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05/18/2021
partial truckload
9 Factors That Drive LTL Shipping Rates

Trucks transport more than 11 billion tons of freight each year in the U.S. That is more than 3 million tons shipping every day of the year. While most trailers are hauling full truckloads (FTL), less than truckload (LTL) freight shipping accounts for as much as 10% of industry revenue. LTL freight shipping works well

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