New To Freight Shipping? A Few Questions You Should Ask

Posted on: 27 October 2020
If you have just recently opened a business and will be shipping freight, you may not realize that freight shipping is completely different than parcel shipping. Shipping freight is not as straightforward as simply taking your package to the local Post Office. As a new freight shipper, you may become pretty overwhelmed. So, here are a few questions and answers to help clear the muddy water while saving you both time and money in the process.
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Cross-Docking Might Be the Answer to Your Warehousing Woes

Posted on: 21 August 2020
If your business presently has a warehouse and you ship a variety of goods to customers, you may need to consider whether you are utilizing the best strategy for getting goods to customers. Your current strategies may be outdated. In some cases, using outdated warehouse practices can cost you. Potential costs that you could reduce or eliminate are the costs to sort and pick items to get them ready to transport to customers.
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5 Reasons To Charter A Vehicle For Pandemic-Era Travel

Posted on: 11 June 2020
Are you itching to get back to traveling after being stuck at home for much of the first half of 2020? Many feel the same, but it can be hard to feel comfortable traveling on familiar forms of transportation. That's why this year might be the perfect opportunity to try chartering a large vehicle instead. Why is this the perfect 2020 option? Here are five of the best reasons. 1. You Control Who's Invited.
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Three Types Of Non-Emergency Medical Transport And Their Unique Purposes

Posted on: 15 January 2020
When you think of medical transport, you generally think of the emergency kind. This includes ambulances and helicopters to transport emergency patients to hospitals and to other facilities that are better suited to handle a patient's particular medical care needs like Level 1 trauma patients to a highly qualified trauma center. However, there are also non-emergency medical transports. There are three types, and each has its own distinct purpose. Transportation for People with No Vehicles of Their Own, or Transportation for the Elderly
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