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We specialize in a wide variety of services to simplify your freight shipping needs
Less than truckload (LTL) shipping is a type of freight transportation that does not require the use of the full truck. In LTL shipping you are only required to pay for the space that your freight occupies. This is a very cost effective way to ship your products as you are sharing the truck with other lower volume shipments which will give you better rates and reduce your warehousing costs. If you are shipping less than 20 pallets then LTL is the way to go.
Full Truckload (FTL) shipping is a type of freight transportation that requires the use of a full truck. FTL shipping is an exclusive, secure and often a much faster way to transport your freight. Your freight will likely never move from the trailer until it gets to its destination. FTL shipping will come at a higher cost to you as you are paying for the entire truck but no other freight is on the truck. If you have time sensitive and or a high value freight then FTL shipping is the best way to ship your freight.
Cross Border Shipping
Cross border shipping is when your freight has to cross another countries border in order to get to its destination. There are a few factors to take into consideration when shipping across the border. First, an experienced customs broker is a huge asset because they can help you with your customs paperwork to ensure your freight is delivered on time with no delays. Second, a carrier may include a border charge on top of the freight fees incase of any delays. Third, be sure your company's information is up-to-date on all paperwork travelling with your freight.
Domestic shipping is when your freight is shipped from A to B within a countries borders. Often these services can be extremely fast. Two -Three day delivery options are very common for domestic shipping and some carriers may be able to deliver the same day. Often domestic shipping can reduce your rate because of transit times, no border fees or a customs broker required.