Truck freight is the transportation of large items over the road using freight trucks. Freight transported via trucks is categorized as less than truckload (LTL), partial truckload or full truckload (TL). FreightCenter provides all three truck freight options. We also specialize in matching your load with the type of truck you need.
Organizing truck freight shipping, can require complex logistics work. As a third-party logistics (3PL) provider for 20+ years, FreightCenter specializes in simplifying supply chains via truck freight transportation. We provide a wide variety of truck freight services to individuals and businesses of all sizes.
The LTL Freight Experts
Over the years FreightCenter has built relationships with the top freight companies. Now, we provide one of the largest selections of LTL services to residential and commercial customers.
LTL shipping is complicated, because it requires the consolidation of dozens of shipments onto one truck. These shipments come from different origins and are headed to different destinations. Often, they have to be unloaded and reloaded onto another truck at a freight terminal.
This consolidation makes freight shipping much more cost effective.
As a FreightCenter customer, you get access to big discounts. All you have to do is get a quote or register for an account to get started.
Get a Quote: Compare Truck Freight Rates
When you complete a FreightCenter quote, you'll instantly receive a list of carriers to choose from. These carriers each have their own set of services, estimated transit time and price. You get to choose the one that works best for your shipping needs.
Getting a quote is easy. You can complete one online using our quote form. We even have one in the top right corner of this page. Or, you can get a quote here. You can also request one over the phone by calling 800.716.7608, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before you request a quote, make sure to have the information listed below. To get an accurate freight quote this information must be correct.
- Origin address. Is it a commercial or residential location? is it a limited access area? Is there a lift gate or loading dock available?
- Destination address. Is it a commercial or residential location? is it a limited access area? Is there a lift gate or loading dock available? Does the consignor require a call before delivery?
- Packaging. Is the item packaged securely in a box, crate or barrel. Is it secured on a pallet?
- Size and weight. What are the total dimensions of the item(s), including packaging? How about the total weight?
- Freight class. The density and commodity of your shipment determines its freight class. If you're not sure what to class to use, our quote form will select one according to the density. In some cases, the determined class could be wrong because of the commodity type. A freight expert will review your quote before booking to ensure it is correct.