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FTL or full truckload, is a transportation mode where cargo is transported in a truck trailer that has been fully loaded. This means that the trailer is carrying as much freight as it can hold, making it an efficient and cost-effective way to move goods.
Less than truckload (LTL) freight refers to the transportation of products or goods that do not require a full truckload. These smaller freight loads typically result in many separate shipments being transported on one truck.
A temperature controlled, also known as a reefer, is a type of trailer designed to transport temperature-sensitive goods, such as food, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals. The term “reefer” comes from the refrigeration unit that is mounted on the front of the trailer, which provides a controlled environment for the cargo.
Warehousing is the process of storing physical inventory for sale or distribution. Warehouses are used by all different types of businesses that need to temporarily store products in bulk before either shipping them to other locations or individually to end consumers.
Hazmat transportation refers to the transportation of hazardous materials that require special handling and packaging to ensure their safe transport. Hazmat materials can include a wide range of substances, such as chemicals, gases, flammable liquids, and radioactive materials
Intermodal shipping refers to moving freight by two or more modes of transportation. By loading cargo into intermodal containers, shipments can move seamlessly between trucks, trains and cargo ships. Intermodal shipments typically fall into one of two categories: international intermodal or domestic intermodal.