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How To Become A Freight Broker? Many people have responded to my previous post should I become a freight broker asking me questions about becoming a freight broker. I thought it may be a good idea to give fair warning to everyone that becoming a freight broker is no easy […]

How To Become A Freight Broker?





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How To Calculate Freight Class For Density Based Items Most all major LTL trucking companies choose to participate in the National Motor Freight Classification NMFC, which is the widely accepted standard for classifying freight and for packaging requirements. Here’s a snippet from the NMFTA’s website explaining who must participate in […]

How To Correctly Calculate Freight Class For Density Based Items



How to Properly Package LTL Freight Shipments It has been a while since I last posted, and I thought I’d share some thoughts in regards to how to properly package LTL Freight shipments to not just withstand normal transport but also to increase your likelihood of winning a potential claim […]

How to Properly Package LTL Freight Shipments



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How To Choose LTL Carriers To Handle Your Freight Shipping Needs   Today I want to share some thoughts on how to select LTL carriers that can meet your company’s freight shipping needs. The large majority of companies I talk with, typically select LTL carriers to haul their freight based […]

How To Choose LTL Carriers To Handle Your Freight Shipping ...


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How To Make Sure Your Freight Shipments Are Fully Insured With Less Than Truckload (LTL) Carriers Making sure your LTL freight shipments are moving fully insured with the carriers you’re using is one of the most overlooked aspects of freight shipping. If I had to guess, I’d say only about […]

How To Make Sure Your Freight Shipments Are Fully Insured ...


How to Properly Classify LTL Freight Shipments I often have customers ask me how to classify LTL Freight shipments, and I also often have customers who have the wrong class for their shipments. To properly classify LTL freight can sometimes be difficult and confusing, but it’s really not that bad 🙂 To start, the easiest way […]

How to Properly Classify LTL Freight Shipments