Customers always want to maintain the lowest possible freight shipping costs, but when a rush shipment rears its ugly head, they can experience sticker shock when they start to investigate quotes. There are things you can do as a shipper to reduce the expense and still get your item to its destination on time.
If you are going to be making an LTL (less-than-truckload) freight shipment, you may experience “sticker shock” when you get shipping cost estimates. Discover five quick freight saving tips to help you save money now and on future shipments.
If you’re planning an LTL shipment, you should understand how shipping rates are determined. Once you know the basis for the rates, you may be able to package your shipment in a way that reduces its shipping cost. Learn the 5 most important factors that go into LTL freight shipping rates
When it comes to moving your living room furniture, you’re probably asking yourself—should I ship living room furniture one item at a time or all together? Take a closer look at what options are available and which one will work best for you.
When shipping items by freight, each shipment falls under a select classification. These classifications are the basis of how carriers quote and bill for shipping freight items, but they can be difficult to understand if you aren't familiar with how freight shipping works.