When preparing a meal, it’s important to know the ingredients to generate a consistent flavor, time after time. The same can be said about the freight shipping process, it too calls for a set of ingredients to generate accurate freight shipping rates. The better that shippers are able to understand and provide the critical elements that mold freight shipping rates, the easier it is for them to manage expectations and prepare their freight shipping processes for long term cost savings across the entire transportation department.
The freight shipping process can appear complex on the surface, especially to first time shippers. While we all wish shipping freight could be as simple as sending a message in a bottle, the reality is, there are a number of regulations and processes in place to ensure valuable freight is safely delivered to its final destination. In this list, we’ve put together 10 of the most common freight shipping questions to help clear the air and simplify the process from start to finish. Continue reading 10 Most Common Freight Shipping Questions
Less than truckload shipping is the ideal solution for shippers with too much freight for parcel carrier services but not enough to warrant a full truckload, with LTL shipments generally weighing 151-15,000 lbs. However, sometimes shippers get stuck when deciding between freight shipping options, since the decision can depend on a number of variables.
Freight shipping’s role in commerce has developed alongside business growth, and that business growth is driven by buyers who expect their goods to be delivered in a timely manner. To be frank, freight shipping keeps the United States’ wheels turning. We’ve put together a list of 20 fascinating freight shipping statistics that clearly illustrate freight shipping’s role in the economy.