What do LTL and FTL mean in the transportation industry? And which one should you choose when you’re shipping your products throughout Miami, Canada, or the U.S.? If you’re transporting large shipments weighing over 100 pounds then you need to start looking for a freight broker and logistics services provider company to save on shipping costs like Kaiser Logistics.
We’ve outlined the 2 different ground freight options available and defined which one is best for your shipping needs:
Less than truckload (LTL) shipping is affordable for small business because you share the transportation costs with other companies, and use a third-party logistics (3PL) company. Each company takes up a portion of the truck for their goods and only pays according to the amount of product shipped and the length of travel.
And full truckload (FTL) can mean 2 things; either you have enough products to fill a full truckload, or you have a partial load but you prefer a dedicated truck. Full truckload is often chosen when businesses have 10 pallets or more to ship, when they have high risk packages, or when time is an issue.
Now you know the difference...which one is the best for you? (Source: Shiloh Schmidt)
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