LTL shipping can be a different animal than your typical full-truckload shipping options. Shipping a pallet one day can be a completely different experience from shipping that same pallet on a different day. From misunderstood delivery windows to incorrect NMFC ratings, delays can set you — and your customers — back.
Why can't you just find an LTL shipping company that gets it right the first time?
Save time and money when you work with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS). Our in-house LTL shipping team knows where to find the trucks and the most efficient routes for your freight — saving you where it counts. Plus, you'll get clear delivery windows and the right rating upfront so you know exactly what you'll need to pay.
Your days are full the way it is. The last thing you want to do is track your LTL shipping across multiple locations — trying to remember which carrier hauled what. With ATS, you’ll track all your LTL freight in a central location using our Customer Portal, which is the same place you can access all your important documents.
LTL shipping services are available through ATS Logistics Services, Inc., a full-service transportation brokerage and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Anderson Trucking Service, Inc.
Shipping your freight using LTL shipping can be great if you're not shipping a lot from the same place at the same time. It can also mean a lot of moving parts that you need to keep track of, so it's important to find an LTL carrier you can trust. To help you find the right partner that fits your needs, here are some of the commonly asked questions about LTL shipping.
How can you get the most out of your less-than-truckload freight shipping budget? It all comes back to accessorial charges and their impact on your bottom line.
Using less-than-truckload or partial-truckload capacities for your freight shipments makes it difficult to control your transit and delivery timing. Why?