Flatbed LTL loads are simply smaller loads that don’t utilize the whole trailer space. Since they take less space, they can be put on the same trailer with one or more additional small loads.
They are usually cheaper, as they are partial loads. If your freight is taller than 8’6″, check out our step deck LTL.
A full truckload (FTL) carrier may work with LTL freight by using a consolidation and distribution center called a breakbulk facility. Learn more about whether this solution can work for you.
Protect your less than truckload freight with proper packaging such as pallets or containers.
Our specialists can find the safest and most economical way to ship your less-than-truckload freight. For definitions see wikipedia.org