Freight Quote Pros offers a wide variety of services to fit your exact shipping needs. Anything from full truckload to less than truckload shipments. Freight Quote Pros has over 30 years of dedicated experience in moving freight such as refrigerated temperature controlled, intermodal, drayage, transload and more. We can move anything from the ports, to your warehouse, to your distribution centers, to your retail centers and even directly to your consumers. Delivery is available nationwide, from Pacific to the Atlantic, we can often fulfill those hard to find shipping lanes and do it all with superior customer service and unbelievable rates.
Full Truckload Service is a freight shipment that takes up the entire space of a semi-truck trailer. A full trailer ranges in size, but generally is between 48 feet and 53 feet in length and 96 inches wide. A full truck can carry up to 45,000 lbs of goods, however most full truckload carriers like to keep loads between 30,000 lbs and 43,500 lbs. Depending on how you load the trailer and if standard pallet sizes are used, you can normally fit between 26 pallets and 30 pallets.
Partial Truckload Service are freight shipments that take over 25% but less than 75% of space inside a semi-truck trailer. A partial shipment ranges in size, but generally is between 12 feet and 40 feet in length and 96 inches wide. A partial freight load can weight up to 25,000 lbs of goods. Depending on how you load the trailer and if standard pallet sizes are used, you can normally fit between 7 pallets and 20 pallets. Anything less falls under Less Than Truck Load (LTL) and anything more falls under Full Truck Load (FTL).
Less Than Truckload Service is for freight shipments that take up less than 25% of the space available inside a semi-truck trailer. An LTL shipment can range in size, but is generally up to 12 feet in length and 96 inches wide. An LTL freight load can weight up to 12,000 lbs of goods. Less Than Truck load shipments normally range between 1 pallet and 6 pallets, depending if standard pallet sizes are used. Anything less than 1 pallet is considered Parcel Post and anything more is either a Full Truck Load (FTL) or Partial Truck Load (PTL) depending on how much space or weight the shipment takes up.
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