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Moving Freight

Moving Freight

We make moving freight via LTL and truckload quick and easy.

How Do I Move Freight?

FreightCenter has been arranging freight transportation since 1998. As a third-party logistics company (3PL), we find competitive rates and the most effective route to deliver your freight. Additionally, we offer a variety of freight-moving services. Moving freight by air, rail, or ocean is equally as easy using FreightCenter. Do you need to ship internationally? No problem! Our knowledgeable freight experts can work with both national and international freight carriers, forwarders, and moving specialists to ensure you get the best deal possible.

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How Do Our Freight Services Differ From the Competition?

FreightCenter has an extensive list of trusted carriers and partners both inside and outside of the U.S. With such a large list of specialty carriers, and we are able to match your specific needs with the right carrier. There are no restrictions on size or weight. If you need it shipped, we’ll find a way to ship it. Our quick quote system is the most effective, reliable, and user-friendly freight-moving software in the industry. Start your free quote above, or call 800.716.7608 and start moving your freight today!

FreightCenter by the numbers
25 Years In Business
1m+ Shipments Booked
93%+ On-Time Performance
99.1% Damage Free Shipments
Our Certifications

Awards and Endorsements

  • 2021, 2017 & 2016 Food Logistics’ Top Green Providers
  • 2021 & 2018 Supply & Demand Chain Executives’ Pros to Know: Matthew Brosious
  • 2020 & 2019 Top Food Logistics’ 3PL & Cold Storage Provider Award
  • 2020 & 2019 Business Observer’s Top 500 Companies on the Gulf Coast
  • 2020 & 2019 Business Observer’s Top 500 Companies on the Gulf Coast
  • 2020 & 2017 Food Logistics’ Champions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain
  • 2020 Best of Palm Harbor Awards for Local Businesses
  • 2017 Green Supply Chain Award from Supply & Demand Chain Executive
  • 2017 Tampa Bay Business Journal Heroes at Work
  • 2016, 2015, & 2012 Food Logistics Top 100 Software and Technology Providers
  • 2013 Tampa Bay Business 100 by Tampa Bay Business Journal
  • 2013 Top 100 Great Supply Chain Partners by SupplyChainBrain
  • 2012 TIA Samaritan Award Honorable Mention
  • 2012, 2011 & 2010 TBBJ Fast 50 Recipient
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Finely-tailored freight solutions

To create value for our customers by delivering customized shipping solutions that meet their unique needs and to fulfill shipping demands from simple to complex with expertise, guidance and ingenuity.

Rail Freight

Rail shipping is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly transportation method that utilizes trains to move goods over long distances. It's known for its efficiency in handling large volumes of cargo, making it a sustainable and economical choice for businesses seeking reliable freight transport options.

Expedited Freight

Expedited shipping is a premium service designed to meet urgent delivery needs. It prioritizes speed and quick turnaround, ensuring that packages or goods reach their destination faster than standard shipping options. Expedited shipping is the go-to choice when time-sensitive deliveries are essential, providing businesses and individuals with reliable and prompt service for critical shipments.

White Glove Freight

White glove shipping is a premium service that goes beyond standard delivery, offering meticulous handling, specialized packaging, and in-home setup or installation for valuable or delicate items, ensuring a seamless and hassle-free experience for customers.

LTL Freight

Less than truckload (LTL) shipping is a smart logistics solution for businesses with smaller shipments. It combines multiple smaller shipments into a single truckload, optimizing space and reducing costs. LTL shipping offers affordability and efficiency while ensuring timely delivery, making it an ideal choice for companies looking to save on transportation expenses without compromising on service quality.

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What our customers are saying

We provide competitive freight shipping prices and an all-inclusive, easy-to-use shipping experience for our customers. Exceeding our customers’ expectations results in thousands of satisfied customer reviews and repeat business. We believe in the power of our customer relationships. Check out FreightCenter reviews from real customers, and learn what they have to say about their freight shipping experience!

Moving Freight FAQ

Q. How do I choose the right freight shipping option for my needs?

A. To choose the right freight shipping option, consider factors such as size and weight of your shipment, the distance it needs to travel, the urgency of delivery, and your budget

Q.  What are the differences between LTL and TL shipping?

A.  Less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping is used for smaller shipments that do not require an entire truck. TL (truckload) shipping is for larger shipments that fill an entire truck. LTL shipments are typically cheaper but take longer, while TL shipment are faster but more expensive.

Q. How are freight shipping rates calculated?

A. Freight shipping rates are calculated based on factors such as the weight, dimensions, density, distance, freight class, and mode of transportation. Carriers may also consider fuel surcharges, accessorial fees, and market demand.

Q. What is the freight class, and how is it determined?

A. Freight class is a standardized classification system used to categorize freight based on its density, stow ability, handling, and liability. It ranges from class 50 (low density, easy to handle) to class 500 (high density, difficult to handle).


Q. What are accessorial fees in freight shipping?

A. Accessorial fees are additional charges for extra service beyond standard pickup and delivery, such as liftgate service, inside delivery, residential surcharge, fuel surcharge, detention, and reweighing. 


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