Volume LTL or LTL shipping?

What information do I need to get a volume quote?

Will all volume quotes have a quote Number?

How long does it take to get a volume quote?

How helpful (are your Volume quotes competitive) are your Volume quotes?

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Any shipment over 150 lbs. is considered freight. Freight shipping is the transportation of goods, commodities and cargo in bulk by ship, aircraft, truck or intermodal via train and road. It can be transported domestically or internationally by land, air or sea.

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Get freight rate quotes for less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments under 5,000 pounds, and under 86 inches and also 6 pallets or less online. (Larger Shipments please email, call us or complete our online form) to Get Freight quotes for larger and heavier LTL, partial Truckloads or for Truckload shipping.

How the origin and destination of your shipment affects your freight costs,

It costs more to ship longer distances and the rates can vary from East to West, West to East South to North or North to South all based on truck capacity and demand in any direction.

The Cost of Freight Shipping is determined by:

Dimensions and Weight, Including Packaging

Freight Classification

Standard or Guaranteed Services

Origin and Destination


How your shipment dimensions and weight, including
packaging, affect your freight costs?

The dimensions and weight of your shipment are used to calculate density. Density is the relationship between how much room an item takes up and its weight. For example, a square inch of lead is much denser and thus heavier than a square inch of cork.

The density of your shipment is used to find your freight classification.
In general, as you estimate freight costs, the higher the density of your shipment, the less it costs to ship.

Our Freight Class calculator tool will automatically calculate your density when you enter your shipment length, width, height and weight.