Freight Management Logistics helps clients move their Less than a truckload, LTL, freight quicker, simpler and more cost-effectively. We leverage our carrier relationships, carrier knowledge and expertise in the industry to move your freight to its destination. Using our carrier network we can deliver your freight locally, nationally and globally.
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LTL Freight Management Services
LTL Freight Shipping by LTL Freight Experts
LTL freight shipping – experience & knowledge are the key factors when it comes to moving LTL freight. Typical LTL freight shipments include multiple carriers, specialized freight codes and perhaps some cross-docking – in other words “lots of moving parts”. The key to using LTL successfully for your freight is to put your trust in freight brokers and agents who have the in-depth knowledge of freight classification, carrier capabilities, freight rates and excellent knowledge of how “all those moving parts” work to save you time and money on your freight. Freight Management Logistics leads in LTL Freight Management because of our knowledge and commitment to getting your freight done right.
Technology Built for LTL
Our technology is designed to facilitate LTL freight shipping. Tracking your shipment from door to door with proactive notification throughout the process to insure your freight gets there on time. If there is a problem, we know about it and you know about it. The problem gets fixed and your freight gets there.
Have a complex freight logistical problem that you need to overcome for a shipment? Give us a call and let us help you figure out if LTL freight shipping is right for your freight.
In any case, keep in mind that companies like FedEx and UPS do have limitations on the amount of insurance that you can purchase for your freight items. We recommend that you declare the value of your freight at the time of shipment and then supplement the insurance of the carrier if needed. If you are shipping something worth over $500, you should ask your insurance company about purchasing additional insurance since FedEx doesn’t offer insurance. UPS, in the case of freight like artwork, prohibits shipments of items of “unusual value” altogether.