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How to Measure Your Freight Shipment Properly?

Why accurate freight measurements are important? It’s no secret that the total cost of your shipment is directly affected by its dimensions and freight measurements. You can't use inaccurate numbers in your bill of lading and get away with it. Every carrier makes shipment inspections before handling, and any discrepancies...

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What Is Billing and Payment Adjustment in Freight Shipping?

What is a billing adjustment? The billing payment adjustment, or rebill, is an added cost of shipment in case of discrepancies between the actual and stated shipment information. The rebill is usually issued to a broker or shipping platform. This bill adjustment is often an unpleasant surprise for shippers. In...

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Let’s Get Spooky: How Does Halloween Shipping Work?

The spookiest night of the year is just around the corner!  The end of October is a prime time not only for witches and ghosts but also for retailers. Shippers are getting ready for scary costumes, decorations, and of course, lots of treats. At the same time, retailers and shipping...

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What Are The Types of Trailers In Truckload Shipping?

If you don’t have a lot of experience with truckload freight shipping, it may be challenging to arrange everything properly. While many shippers are focused on freight rates, they often miss the importance of using the correct equipment. There are different types of trailers in truckload shipping, each created to...

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How To Prepare For The Holiday Shipping Season

For retailers and small businesses, the holiday shipping season is just around the corner. Just before Halloween, people start to fill their shopping carts and prepare their gifts for the upcoming holiday season. Although the official start of holiday shopping is Black Friday for most people, it’s much earlier for...

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How Are Truckload Freight Rates Calculated?

Truckload freight rates play a significant role for shippers when deciding on the carrier or the company to move your freight. However, before landing a freight quote, it’s important to know which factors impact truckload rates and how they are calculated.  Truckload quotes are formed in a rather simple way...

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What Is Refrigerated Shipping and How Does It Work?

What is refrigerated shipping? Refrigerated (or reefer) shipping and trucking is the transportation method of moving temperature-controlled goods. In reefer shipping, freight is loaded and transported in trailers with built-in refrigeration systems and climate control. Refrigerated shipping plays an important role in the global economy since it’s the only way...

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3 Key Benefits of Truckload Freight Shipping

The trucking industry accounts for almost 70% of freight tonnage moved throughout the U.S. Altogether, the truck market in the U.S. alone is worth more than $700 billion. Speaking facts, full truckload freight generates 85% of the entire trucking industry revenue. Both private and for-hire fleets keep the transportation industry...

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What is Dry Van Shipping?

Whether you are shipping full truckload or less-than-truckload freight, chances are you are using dry van shipping. It is the most commonly used trailer type within the trucking industry as it allows to transport large amounts of goods and almost every type of commodity. What is a dry van trailer?...

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What Is Flatbed Shipping?

If you have ever wanted to ship large or oversized items, you may have heard about flatbed shipping. It can be a beneficial solution for industrial shippers, as well for individual shipments of large objects that are too big for LTL shipping. What is flatbed shipping? Flatbed shipping is a...

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