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What is full truckload shipping?
You’re ready to schedule a load, and one of the first things you have to decide is if you’re going to book a full truckload or opt for less than truckload. So, what is full truckload and why would you book it?
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Learn the lingo: Amazon Freight terms to know
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Dry vans: The most important box in freight shipping
Most goods moved via truck in the U.S. travel in dry vans, making them the most popular freight shipping equipment – and for good reason.
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