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LTL Trucking Companies Are Used to Ship Smaller Loads

This entry was posted on April 6, 2012

When the vast majority of your business has always been large shipments that require the use of a full truck and trailer to haul them, you might find yourself at a loss when you start to get smaller orders. The last thing you can afford to do is send out a small load in a half empty trailer as you are still paying for the whole truck. With LTL trucking companies you are paying for your shipment based on weight and destination.

We Can Help Find the Right LTL Trucking Companies

If you have never had to use LTL trucking companies before, you should not start looking for them in the phone book unless you like to play Russian roulette with your shipments. Rather than taking this kind of risk with your merchandise, let us connect you with one of our prescreened carriers so that you know you are not only getting the best price, but you will be getting the best service for all of your smaller shipments.

Will an LTL Carrier Handle Residential Deliveries?

This entry was posted on April 5, 2012

A large number of companies are faced with the problem of having larger orders that must be delivered directly to their customers’ homes and are not sure how to make this happen in a cost effective manner. If you are looking for a service that can deliver the treadmills you manufacture or sell to your customer’s home, you will find that using an LTL carrier is going to be your best shipping option.

We Can Help You Find an LTL Carrier That Makes Home Deliveries

We have created a nationwide network of LTL carrier companies that no problem delivering them to almost any address in the country. Before the LTL carrier services became popular shipping a load such as yours would have required the use of a FTL carrier service to get your treadmill to the nearest depot and then a local delivery service to finish the job, making shipping very expensive. Today you will find that LTL carriers can handle the entire shipment at far more affordable rates.

Things You Should Be Looking for When Hiring LTL Carriers

This entry was posted on April 4, 2012

As there are such a high number of LTL carriers in business today, it can be very hard to know which ones are going to provide you with the highest quality service at the most reasonable prices.  You need to look at each company’s reputation for getting your deliveries to their destinations in a timely fashion. Although no LTL carrier is going to guarantee delivery, you still have a right to expect reasonable transit times and many companies offer this.

We Can Help You Find the Best LTL Carriers for Your Needs

You will also need to take a good hard look at each of the LTL carrier’s claims to damage ratio as this gives you a good idea of the percentage they pay in cases where your freight is damaged while in their hands. The industry standard is about 1.25 to 1.3%. For help finding top quality carriers to handle our LTL freight needs, contact us and let us help you find the right carrier for your shipments.

Does LTL Shipping Involve Using More Than One Carrier to Move My Shipment?

This entry was posted on April 3, 2012

We are frequently asked by customers who are new to dealing with LTL shipping is whether or not multiple LTL carriers are going to be involved in getting a shipment from its place of origin to its final destination. There is more than one answer to this as it depends on who you are contracting […]

Using LTL Trucking Lets You Deliver to All of Your Customers

This entry was posted on April 2, 2012

When you are the shipping manager for a company that deals with residential customers, one of your biggest frustrations is that many of the bigger names in shipping do not deliver to home addresses. When you sell larger items that cannot be shipped via parcel service, this can leave you in a quandary as to […]

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