All about FTL Shipments
FTL stands for full truckload, or a truckload – usually a dry van or reefer – with a specific shipment from one shipper to one destination. The alternative is LTL, or less than truckload, which is a truckload with multiple shipments from multiple shippers to multiple locations.
While there is no hard rule, you usually want to look at FTL shipments if you are transporting ten or more pallets or more than 7,000 kg. The choice between FTL shipping and LTL shipping is determined by four factors: speed, security, performance and cost.
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Cargors supports standard, temperature controlled and ADR. Via Cargors it is very easy to request and manage FTL shipment. Get quotes directly from carriers with no markup from brokers.