Unishippers partners with only the best-of-the-best LTL shipping carriers, and Saia is a clear standout as part of our trusted carrier partner network.
“Long haul” aptly describes both Saia Freight’s service offerings and its commitment to its customers. Since its founding in 1924, Saia Freight has developed a reputation for flexibility, dependability, quality and timeliness.
With a large network of more than 150 terminals covering 38 U.S. states, Saia Freight is a great choice for Unishippers customers looking for efficient and economical shipping options. Saia Freight’s extensive service offering includes Direct LTL service to the majority of the United States and extended and partner coverage for the entire continental U.S., along with Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico.
Saia Freight prides itself on 97th percentile or higher performance in categories such as:
- On-time delivery
- Claims-free shipments
- Exception-free delivery
- Pickup performance
Saia Freight has also won awards for quality metrics that include on-time service, claim-free deliveries and driver safety.
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Saia Freight FAQ
Why should I use Unishippers and not ship directly with Saia?
Unishippers can give you the best rates from Saia to instantly compare to other LTL carriers in our network. Unishippers has partned with more than 65 of the top national, regional and local freight companies to provide you with the best rates and exceptional customer service for your LTL freight shipping.
How do I track my Saia freight shipment?
Unishippers Express Manager® for shipments provides detailed, up-to-date information on your shipment’s transit – including current location, on-time status and much more.
Is there any kind of products Saia will not carry?
Although they ship a range of products, there are specific substances that Saia does not ship, consisting of (but not restricted to) antiques, works of art, explosives, temperature controlled products, currency, and dangerous waste.
Just how should I package my Saia freight?
All freight must be packaged according to the NMFC classification demands for product. All LTL shipments need to be packaged to withstand being handled multiple times before reaching its final destination.