Confused about freight classification and NMFC codes? Learn everything you need to know about classifying your density-based freight shipping.
Struggling to understand the many terms and acronyms used in the freight shipping industry? Read on for a helpful glossary of the most common terms.
After gaining transparency into your company’s supply chain, you can then find ways to optimize it for greater efficiency! Read on for some suggestions.
What exactly is a bill of lading? And is it actually important that you fill out the whole thing in detail? Spoiler alert: it is!
Learn the most common mistakes that shippers make when filling out their bill of lading—and how to avoid the costly consequences.
Unishippers is committed to providing small and mid-sized businesses with the best truckload freight shipping rates available. Learn which factors affect your shipping rates in our latest blog post.
Whether by land, air or sea, you need the best methods of transportation for your business. Read on as we take a look at the current state of ground, air and ocean freight shipping.
Learn how to strengthen your freight shipping claims case and save money with these helpful tips from Unishippers.
Learn about the state of the freight shipping industry and how current events will likely affect the market — and your business shipping — moving forward.
If you don’t indicate the additional services you need for your freight shipping — such as a residential pickup or delivery — on your bill of lading, you could be in for a surprise when you receive your final bill.
Read about some of the innovative technologies being adopted in the freight shipping industry — and how they can impact your supply chain.
If you are a frequent freight shipper, you probably already know that it’s not a matter of “if,” but “when” an accident impacts your cargo. There are a number of factors that could lead to lost or damaged freight shipments, such as inclement weather or damage in transit.
Recent tariffs have affected much more than the price of imported and exported goods. Learn how the trade conflict could impact where, when and how you move your freight shipping.