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LTL Trucking Companies Provide Deliveries to the Remotest Locations

This entry was posted on May 4, 2012

When you are in charge of the shipping department for a business that never ships more than a pallet or two at a time to remote locations, you are going to be faced with a very unique problem when it comes to getting your shipments delivered. The bad news is that most of the FTL companies have little interest is going off the beaten path to deliver a single piece of farm equipment, especially when it is miles from the nearest highway. However you will find that this is the type of delivery that LTL trucking companies specialize in.

We Can Help You Connect with the Right LTL Trucking Companies

We are here to help you connect with one of the LTL trucking companies in our nationwide network that can handle your shipment, no matter how remote it might be. Whether you are shipping a 100 pound part for a combine harvester or a 10,000 complete milking machine assembly, they will deliver it for you and help you keep your shipping costs under control.

What to Expect from an LTL Carrier

This entry was posted on May 3, 2012

If you have never had the need to use an LTL carrier, you will find that using this type of commercial carrier is somewhat different than using an FTL carrier or a package service such as UPS or FedEx. This is because LTL carriers make their living carrying small loads to a single destination. Often these deliveries are completed in several stages rather than a single trip, so you will need to be prepared for the fact that your shipment could end up sitting in a warehouse for a short time waiting for the next truck to take it further down the road on the way to its destination.

We Have Created a Nationwide LTL Carrier Network

This does not mean that you are not going to be getting reliable service from an LTL carrier, only that you shipments may take longer. We have built a nationwide network of carriers that will work with you to ensure that your shipments reach their final destination in a reasonable amount of time and at a fair price. Contact us for all of your LTL shipping needs.

Will My Shipment End Up Collecting Dust When I Use LTL Carriers?

This entry was posted on May 2, 2012

One of the main reasons so many companies hesitate to use LTL carriers is the fear that their shipments are going to end up being left sitting in a warehouse or on a loading dock for weeks instead of moving on down the line.  Although your shipment is likely to spend a certain amount of time sitting and waiting for the next truck headed towards its ultimate destination, this does not mean your freight is going to sit around collecting dust.

While the LTL Carriers in Our Network Do Not Guarantee Delivery Your Shipment Will Move Quickly

The LTL carriers in our network are not likely to be able to guarantee your delivery date; this is standard in this segment of the shipping industry. They can however guarantee that your freight shipment will be moved on down the line between trucks on the way to being delivered as quickly as possible so that your customers remain happy with your service.

LTL Trucking Is Designed to Reach the Most Remote Locations

This entry was posted on May 1, 2012

One of the problems that seem to come frequently with the major names in shipping is that they simply refuse to some of the more remote locations. This means that if you happen to be a company that sells things like farm equipment and machinery, your customers are not likely to be anywhere near a […]

LTL Shipping Can Deliver Anywhere

This entry was posted on April 30, 2012

Far too many small to medium companies seem to have a major problem getting their products delivered directly to their customers when they use standard freight shipping companies. This reason for this is that the majority of standard shipping companies are simply not willing to make deliveries that are off the beaten path, most will […]

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