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The Art of Making LTL Freight Shipping Look Simple

May 31, 2018 | By Meyer Baron | Under | No Comments

For FreightCenter customers, LTL freight shipping should be simple. Get your instant quotes, choose the carrier you want, and presto, that’s it! And that’s how simple we want the shipping process to be for our shippers. But a lot of work goes into making freight shipping look that easy, and as hard as we work […]

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Keys to Shipping Happiness Part 3: Getting Freight Class Right

In this, the third in our series of Keys to Shipping Happiness blog posts, you’ll learn how to get your freight class right and avoid ever having to get a billing adjustment for freight class. Freight class is a very straightforward concept. By standardizing the classification of freight on a scale of 18 classes between […]

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Keys to Shipping Happiness Part 2: Vital Freight Measurements

One of the main reasons we decided to create this series, Keys to Shipping Happiness, was to help relieve our LTL freight shipping customers of billing adjustments, as much as possible. We’d love to make billing adjustments disappear entirely, but that’s a lot to ask of a six-part blog series. Vital freight measurements earns a spot […]

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5 Questions A First-Time Freight Shipper Doesn’t Know to Ask

If you’re a first-time freight shipper—whether an individual or a company—the first thing you’ll learn is that shipping freight is not like calling a moving company or taking your parcel to the post office. Freight shipping has its own rules, and they can be very confusing to the first-time freight shipper, especially if you don’t […]

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Keys to Shipping Happiness Part 1: The LTL Shipper’s Checklist

At FreightCenter, we believe that a successful LTL shipper (Less-than-Truckload) is a happy shipper. So, we’ve put together a blog series called Keys to Shipping Happiness. The first of the series is a simple checklist that should steer you toward LTL shipping success, and away from common shipping disappointments that sometimes lead to costly billing […]

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At FreightCenter, Veteran-Owned Means Veteran-Caring

Before our founder and CEO, Matthew Brosious decided to try his hand at entrepreneurship, he served his country for 3 years as an Airborne Ranger at Aco 2nd Ranger Battalion. His military training laid the foundation for how FreightCenter would operate, and so, as a veteran-owned and operated company, Brosious created a work environment at […]

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Behind the Scenes: An LTL Freight Agent’s Day at FreightCenter

April 26, 2018 | By Meyer Baron | Under | No Comments

Ever wonder how the LTL freight shipping experts at FreightCenter are able to answer your questions so quickly and accurately? After all, FreightCenter has contractual relationships with nearly 100 LTL freight carriers, each with its own shipping lanes and rules. How can LTL freight agents keep all that info in their heads? The answer to […]

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Weight, Weight… Don’t Tell Me!

April 19, 2018 | By Meyer Baron | Under , | No Comments

We lie about our weight all the time, and everyone forgives us for doing so because they do it, too. Freight is not so forgiving. Getting the right weight is important. Yet many shippers have tried just about everything else. Wouldn’t it be nice? Over the years, numerous attempts have been made to help shippers […]

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Mid-American Trucking Show Celebrates Heroes and Milestones

April 17, 2018 | By Meyer Baron | Under , | No Comments

More than 71,000 people from 50 states and 61 countries braved a freak spring snowstorm to attend the 2018 Mid-American Trucking Show (MATS), held March 22-24 in Louisville, Kentucky. This year’s show, which featured 1,008 exhibitors and covered more than a million square feet of the Kentucky Exposition Center, once again focused on truck owner-operators […]

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Trade Show Shipping Savings & Service Secrets

April 10, 2018 | By Meyer Baron | Under , | No Comments

Many companies that exhibit in trade shows turn the entire event over to their marketing or sales department. Of all their priorities, the cost of trade show shipping seldom makes the list. The top three priorities usually consist of the following: 1. Determine show goals and how to achieve them 2. Design, write and produce […]

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