Trade shows are a great way to showcase your products and services to an engaged audience. Sales teams are able to spend valuable one on one time with buyers, but trade shows can be an expensive undertaking. Expenses come from booth space, planning and booth display materials. One of the larger costs is shipping everything […]
The term “LTL shipping” is a commonly used term in the world of freight shipping. For people who don’t ship products often or who are new to shipping for their business, the term “LTL shipping” can be a little obscure. LTL, which stands for “less than truckload”, refers to a freight shipment that doesn’t fill […]
Shipping locally, or even nationally, can be time consuming and stressful – especially if you’re shipping something that’s a little out of the ordinary. Items like chemical waste, food and trade show exhibits need special attention and services to ensure that they arrive safely to their destination. Luckily, many LTL shipping companies offer services specifically […]
Less than truckload (LTL) shipping refers to a freight shipment that doesn’t completely fill an entire truck. An LTL shipment is usually palletized and ranges anywhere from 150 to 10,000 pounds. Shipments over 10,000 pounds are usually moved by full truckload (FTL).
Shipping locally, or even nationally, can be stressful and time consuming. With less than […]
When you’re getting ready for a trade show and you’re responsible for shipping everything for your exhibit, such as sales collateral and giveaways, it can be a challenge to know how all of it will make it there. Many freight shipping companies offer services that will ship your trade show exhibits to your destination. Here […]
If your business ships freight in North America, chances are you’ve used LTL shipping. LTL, which stands for “less than truckload,” is a class of freight shipping between small-package and full-truckload (FTL), that don’t require a full trailer. An LTL shipment is typically on a pallet and ranges anywhere from 150 pounds to 10,000 pounds. […]