LTL Shipping: Sometimes Less Really Is More Tip Sheet

LTL shipping helps small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) minimize their freight costs and improve efficiencies by combining their shipments, with each shipper paying only for the portion of the truck they use. This allows shippers with lower freight volume to get their product on the road right away, without paying extra for unused truck space.

You may want to consider LTL shipping if your cargo typically:

  • Does not fill an entire freight truck
  • Weighs more than 150 pounds
  • Consists of crates, oversized packages or fewer than six pallets

In Unishippers’ Guide to LTL Shipping, we outline some of the reasons why SMBs choose LTL freight for their business shipping. Download our tip sheet to learn the many benefits of LTL shipping, including:

  • Reduced freight rates
  • Extra space in your warehouse
  • Easy shipment tracking
  • Additional service options

Utilizing a high-tech transportation management system (TMS) for your LTL freight can make all the difference for your business shipping. With our proprietary TMS platform, Unishippers customers can easily compare carriers and rates, convert quotes to BOLs and track their LTL shipping from door to door.

When you work with Unishippers, you also receive access to a team of dedicated shipping specialists who know you and your business. With the help of our support team, you can analyze your shipping logistics and determine if LTL shipping is the most cost-effective option for your company’s unique needs.

Let’s get started!

Download our handy guide and learn how Unishippers can help you navigate the world of LTL shipping. Then contact Unishippers to learn how else we can help you save time and money on your freight shipping logistics.

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