LTL Shipping with ASAP Transport Solutions Saves Time and Money
July 16, 2019 /
Less Than Truckload (LTL) shipping will save time and money with ASAP Transport Solutions’ customized LTL shipping solutions. Depending on your business structure, you will occasionally need to book shipments that aren’t large enough to fill up an entire truckload. ASAP Transport Solutions LTL shipping options provide you with quick, easy and cost-effective solutions for smaller shipments.
ASAP Transport Solutions specializes in simplifying the logistics of any complex supply chain and helps find ways for our clients to save time and money when shipping products. No matter what challenge that our customers are facing, we will find you the best logistical solution possible. Our goal is for our clients to view us as an extension of their company, one that they can depend on.
ASAP Transport Solutions’ Full Range of LTL Services includes:
· Major discounts with all LTL carriers
· Liftgate services
· Residential pickup and deliveries
· Trade show and exhibit services
· Construction site pickups and deliveries
· Hazmat/chemical shipments
· Return goods management
· Guaranteed and expedited services
· Claims management
· Customs brokerage assistance
· Freight classification assistance
Cost savings: LTL services combine multiple LTL shipments that are heading in similar locations into a full truckload, and you pay only for the space your freight takes up. This way, you’re not paying for an entire truckload when you only need one third of the freight space.
Fewer damages: LTL shipments aren’t handled as much as truckload shipments as freight moves from shipper to consolidation center to receiver/consignee. With fewer touchpoints there’s less opportunity for product to be damaged.
Speed to market: If you use a consolidator, they can come up with a plan that puts your freight on the road quickly and seamlessly, creating a swifter transportation delivery model.
Sustainability: When you put multiple shipments on one vehicle, carriers can deliver a full truckload of freight in one trip, rather than making multiple trips carrying partial loads. This means reduced emissions, which is better for the environment.