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3 Best Practices for Full Truckload (FTL) Freight Management

Navigating the full truckload freight management may be challenging in today’s tight market. Shippers want to maintain a high customer satisfaction level, increase performance, and stick to their budget. This is why companies are looking for ways to secure truckload freight capacity and get top-performing carriers. If you are trying...

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What Are The Main Truckload Shipping Trends In 2020?

Last year was a tough time for the trucking industry. While some say it was a year when trucking came back to its normal state, others describe 2019 as a ‘messy,’ or even the worst year for the trucking operators. Oversupply and the impact of the U.S. - China trade...

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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 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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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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COVID-19 ALERT

Effective 3/18/20 please be aware that any shipments to carriers that are consigned to non-life sustaining businesses in Pennsylvania or California will be delayed until restrictions are lifted. These shipments may be subject to additional fees, including return shipment fees.  Non-essential businesses include public-facing industries such as entertainment, hospitality, and recreation facilities. Please reach out to customer_service@goship.com with any concerns. Please see the downloadable files for more details.

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