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In LTL shipping, multiple shipments from different companies are consolidated onto a single truck to maximize space utilization and minimize costs. DGL is a popular option for businesses that need to transport smaller shipments economically while leveraging the infrastructure and expertise of LTL carriers.

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Shipping cost

To determine the shipping cost in LTL, factors such as the weight, dimensions, density, and freight class of the shipment are considered. Freight class is a standardized classification system that categorizes goods based on their characteristics, such as density, stability, handling requirements, and liability. This classification helps determine the shipping rates and any additional accessories charges that may apply.


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The specific load capacity of an LTL shipment can vary, but it typically ranges from around 150 pounds (68 kilograms) to 20,000 pounds (9,072 kilograms). Some carriers may have higher weight limits, allowing for shipments up to 30,000 pounds (13,608 kilograms) or more.

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Partial truckload

Shipping benefits

Partial truckload, also known as «volume LTL,» is a freight transportation option suitable for sizable shipments that don’t necessitate a full truckload trailer.

Sitting between less than truckload (LTL) and full truckload (FTL), partial truckload is typically applicable to shipments exceeding 5,000 pounds or consisting of six or more pallets.

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Loose freight

Loose freight refers to cargo or goods that are not contained or secured within a shipping container or packaging. It typically refers to individual items or bulk goods that are not bundled or palletized for transport. Loose freight can include various types of items, such as machinery parts, building materials, or oversized items that cannot fit into standard containers.

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Less Than a Truck Load is a shipping method utilized for transporting relatively small freight shipments that do not necessitate a full truck for transportation. This method provides cost savings since shippers only pay for the space they use within a truck, as opposed to reserving an entire truck. LTL offers flexibility in terms of shipment size and boasts reliability due to its association with prominent carrier companies. Additionally, it provides assurance against cargo theft
These are referred to as additional services or charges that go beyond the standard transportation of the freight. These services or charges are optional and can be added to the shipment based on specific requirements or preferences. Examples of such additional services include Liftgate, Residential, Inside, Delivery Appointments, Hazmat, Protect from Freeze, Hazardous Materials Handling, Limited Access, among others. If these accessorials are not reported by the customer and the consignees, it may result in additional charges. DGL includes these accessorials in the final rates

DGL offers numerous options for cargo transportation, and the most expensive one is not always the most suitable choice. The selection depends on various factors, including the type of commodity, packaging, the shipping route, pickup and delivery locations, weather conditions, and any required accessorials. Depending on the season, certain carriers may be more advantageous than others. Our agents will provide recommendations for the optimal cargo transportation options.

It is utilized in areas with specific restrictions that necessitate additional information for the delivery or pickup of cargo. For instance, access to secure areas like airports, container freight stations, construction sites, government facilities, remote or rural areas, schools, and educational institutions, among others, may require additional procedures. It’s important to note that each carrier may have its own set of restrictions

To ensure accurate quoting and avoid unexpected charges and delays, it is crucial to confirm precise dimensions, weight, and commodity information when requesting a shipping quote. Estimations or inaccuracies in these details can lead to incorrect pricing and potential issues during the shipping process.

Carriers schedule their pickups based on the information provided to them. Any discrepancies can lead to capacity issues, even if the cargo dimensions are smaller than initially indicated. In such cases, the truck may not be able to accommodate additional cargo, potentially resulting in extra charges.

LTL standard service typically operates based on estimated transit times rather than guaranteeing precise delivery schedules.They could fulfill the transit days with a Guaranteed service. The pickup up is not guaranteed.
LTL standard service typically operates based on estimated transit times rather than guaranteeing precise delivery schedules. Guaranteed service options are available to ensure specific transit days. However, it’s important to note that the pickup is not guaranteed.
Please send all the supporting documents, such as the commercial invoice, packing list, AWB (Airway Bill), Warehouse Receipt, etc. Ensure that the consignee does not accept any shipment or sign the Bill of Lading (BOL) without conducting inspections. DGL will assist you in disputing this with the carriers and filing a claim if necessary.

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