Tag: Freight

Your Quick Guide to Less Than Truckload Shipping?

by Matt Corby, 10 June 2022

Every year, the market in the United States alone for less than truckload (LTL) shipping is worth more than $86 billion. Of course, not everybody is familiar with less than truckload shipping and what it entails. However, based on how big this market is, you can be sure that it...

Freight Bidding (And How to Do it Right!) 

by Cameron Craig, 9 June 2022

Nothing strikes fear into the heart of a mild-mannered transportation professional like freight bidding season. And we get it: freight bidding can often be a complex, stressful, and unsatisfying process for everyone involved.  But the great news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. Freight bidding can be...

Freight Collect vs. Freight Prepaid: What’s Right For You? 

by Simon Unicomb, 26 May 2022

When managing freight, it’s important to be aware of the different payment terms  that can come up in negotiations, and how they impact your bottom line. Freight Collect and Freight Prepaid are two of the most common, and often misunderstood, payment terms in the industry – which can cause a...

Your Guide to Parcel Consolidation

by Murray Phillips, 16 May 2022

Global eCommerce expects to total 22% of retail sales in the next few years. So how are companies going to keep up with the increasing demand for online deliveries?  With the increase of online shopping due to the pandemic, carriers, freight managers and delivery drivers struggled to keep up. Parcel...

Freight Consolidation

by Matt Corby, 10 May 2022

The Complete Guide to Freight Consolidation: Everything to Know Did you know that there are 131 billion packages shipped worldwide each year? About 4,160 parcels are shipped every second. And that number is expected to double by 2026. In line with increased shipping, freight rates and costs are also increasing...

The Ultimate Guide to Freight Collect Payment Terms

by Matt Corby, 25 March 2022

As a freight manager or delivery driver, it pays to be aware of freight collect and other freight payment terms so you can make the best decision for your business. The understanding will help you know what to do when a shipment has been delivered and when payment is due,...

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