LTL AND FTL FREIGHT SHIPPING
No matter how much you are shipping, we can find the best solution for you.
FTL: Full Truck Load shipping
FTL or “full truck load” means that your freight will fill up an entire truck. This is the standard when companies typically ship bulk amounts. It is often chosen when a company has 10 or more pallets to ship, when the cargo is high risk or when the expedited shipping is required.
Benefits of FTL
- Best way to transport large shipments
- Ideal for high risk or delicate shipments
- Shipment remains in the same truck from point A to point B
- Faster than LTL; great for high consumer demand
LTL: Less than Truck Load shipping
For those shipping smaller items or items that won’t fill an entire truck, an LTL shipment is the way to go. With an LTL shipment, you only pay for the amount of space you use on the truck instead of the full truck. If your freight only takes up a quarter of the truck, you only pay a quarter of the cost for the truck. The rest of the truck is loaded with shipments from other companies that are also saving money on their smaller shipments.
These options are ideal for smaller businesses that don’t ship in large volumes like their larger counterparts.
Benefits of LTL
- Cost effective freight transportation
- Ideal for small businesses