Learn the Jargon: Freight Shipping Terms You Need to Know

In the world of freight shipping and logistics, there are a lot of freight shipping terms and acronyms that get thrown around. If you’re not a seasoned logistics professional, this may seem overwhelming and confusing. At GoShip.com, we want to make sure that you understand these terms and have a...

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5 Tips for a Fast & Efficient Freight Shipping Process

If you’re new to less-than-truckload (LTL) freight shipping, then there is a good chance that all of the terminology and shipping processes that it comes with are a little confusing. At GoShip.com, we do everything we can to make the process as easy as possible for you. We can offer...

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How to Safely Prepare Your LTL Freight Shipment

Some people may not be familiar with the proper way to prepare a freight shipment. It is very important to properly package and prepare your shipment to help save you future costs of damaged or lost goods and keep customers happy and satisfied. Knowing how to prepare your shipment with...

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Four Freight Saving Tips for Shippers

Have you ever tried to make a shipment and were shocked by the price of the shipping cost estimates? There are many things that go into determining your final shipping cost. Factors like fuel costs are out of your control, but other factors like weight can be controlled. We will...

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Freight Liability vs. Freight Insurance

No one ever wants to hear that their freight was damaged during the shipping process. Whenever you are shipping, you want to make sure that your shipment is prepared correctly to avoid possible damages during the shipment. When dealing with damages, it is important to know the coverage you might...

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LTL Freight Shipping Guide

LTL freight shipping can be difficult at first. It is important to understand what LTL freight is and how to ship it the most cost-effective and efficient way. Here are a few tips to help you through the LTL freight shipping process: What is LTL Freight? Less-than-truckload (LTL) freight is...

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