Shipping is one of those expenses that can creep up when you’re not expecting it. After all, these costs tend come is smaller increments, rather than huge predictable chunks. So it can be easy for business owners to either underestimate these logistical costs, or possibly overlook them entirely, that is, until they’re coming in over budget far too regularly. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to cut shipping costs significantly.
Transportation logistics companies understand that it is critical to secure the pallets on their shipments. Properly packing and palletizing your freight protects loads from damage or spoilage before, during, and after the loading, transportation, and unloading processes.
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Today, transportation management is more than just ensuring freight moves from one point to another. Shippers have to use more resources to fulfill ever-increasing client requirements.
“You’re going to either be on the train, or you’re going to be run over by the train.” That’s what senior vice president and general manager of GT Nexus, Kurt Cavano, said at the Transportation Intermediaries Association’s 3PL Technovations conference a few months ago.
“Less than truckload” shipping is often shortened to LTL shipping. This type of freight shipping method involves packing small parcels into pallets and transporting them on a trailer, with the shipper paying for the amount of space their product takes up and the distance it travels. Many industries ship their products with LTL freight shipping, and many factors can influence the shipping rates for LTL freight. LTL shipping has a seasonal increase in demand, but due to a number of factors that demand is expected to continue rising.
Topics: Less Than Truckload