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One of the biggest expenses for small to medium size businesses is shipping costs. How can you find ways to trim costs, or at the least, make sure you are getting the best shipping rates? Are you relying exclusively on one carrier? Are you exporting more frequently than you need to? We’ve put together 5 tricks for getting the best shipping rates to help save money, control your costs, and ship more efficiently.
Familiar with Less Truck Load (LTL) shipping? It refers to freight shipment that doesn’t require an entire 48 or 53-ft truck. Hence the term “less than truckload.” At the same time, LTL freight can range anywhere from 150 to 10,000 lbs. While many companies need to make smaller, more frequent shipments, are you? If you ship small, LTL is perfect for you!
I’s best to be proactive by packing your freight correctly. DIY crating provides the highest level of protection against damage and loss.
Buying freight shipping insurance is part of the shipping process, but it shouldn't complicate things. You’ve finally found a solid freight carrier to ship your trade show booth from New York City to arrive in time for the show in Las Vegas. But what happens if your pricey setup is damaged or lost during transit? Have you covered all of your bases? Here’s everything you need to know before buying freight shipping insurance.
Full Truckload vs Less Than Truckload. There are two common freight services that you’ve probably heard of. They are full truckload (TL) shipping and less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping. What are the differences between the two and how do you know which one you’ll be needing to fill out a freight quote for? They may be similar on the surface, but there are more differences between the two than you may think. Learn the difference between full truckload vs less-than-truckload and how it could affect how you ship.
In the shipping world, “large items” is a broad term. In fact, there is no standard for what qualifies as a large item. Largeness is in the eyes of the shipper. But generally speaking, large items in the shipping and logistics industry mean heavy and oversized freight that may have unique shipping needs. Below, we will discuss how to ship large items in more detail.
Is the Cheapest Freight Quote Always the Best? No individual or business wants to pay more for something than is absolutely necessary. Stay in budget by knowing which types of quotes lead to the most shipping savings.
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