In the era of standardization, products are shipped in square packages that can be placed one on top of each other to take advantage of the space inside a trailer truck. This shift has resulted in the reduction of flatbed shipping to the benefit of trailer truck shipping. Does this mean that companies need to […]

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Are you thinking of shipping your products or materials to another city or state? Are you considering shipping by flatbed truck? Are you confused by flatbed shipping costs? While you may have already made the decision to go with a flatbed and need to contact a freight company, here is some information to give you […]

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If you’re a company that produces or sells large items or products of unusually large size or heavy weight, you probably need to work with a shipping company that has a fleet of flatbed trucks. The same may be true if you simply need to move materials as part of your operation. However, while the […]

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Companies that ship big items typically use flatbed trucks, especially if their item has to be towed or has an unusual shape. However, for companies that are shipping items for the first time, or who are looking into flatbeds or have just chosen to go the flatbed way, it’s important to consider two things: Flatbed […]

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The logistics of handling large items pose special challenges and companies that handle them usually have only one good option for transporting them: flatbed trucks. First of all, these items often weight hundreds of pounds, if not tons. This makes it impossible for employees to pick them up, much less to load them easily into […]

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Some two thousand years ago in ancient Rome, the streets and alleyways were so congested during the day that all horse and carriage activity was restricted to the evening hours while the people of Rome slept…or at least tried to! The result was a noisy city that never rested, forcing many to move out of […]

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According to recent comments by the American Trucking Association, the federal electronic logging device mandate will take effect as scheduled on December 18, 2017, despite years of challenges and industry controversy. The new regulation mandates that most interstate trucking companies will need to replace standard paper log books with electronic devices, ensuring more accurate accounting […]

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The flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Harvey in Houston will impact the shipping industry nationwide. Here’s what to expect in the coming weeks as Houston recovers and rebuilds. How Hurricane Harvey Impacts Logistics With total damage estimates expected to exceed $160 Billion USD, Hurricane Harvey is now being touted as the most expensive natural […]

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