How To Make Your LTL Freight Ship As Quickly As Possible

Less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping often takes longer than full-truckload shipping because your freight is traveling with items that will be dropped off in several different locations. While you can't help which other locations the truck driver will have to stop at, you can take a few steps that will make it less likely that your freight will be delayed by something you did. Keep track of each LTL freight arrangement company's deliveries (many have general tracking boards on their websites) to find ones that seem to be more efficient, for starters, but also take a look at your packaging and how you decide which opportunity to take. Read More