What is Guaranteed LTL Shipping?

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Adding “Guaranteed Standard Service” (GSS) to an LTL shipment can increase your peace of mind when your shipment is time-sensitive. To officially guarantee a shipment with a carrier means that you have agreed to pay an additional fee to make sure the freight arrives on time. By paying this fee, the carrier agrees to deliver …

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An Inside Look Into the Transition From FreightPros to Becoming NTG’s LTL Solution

Freight Pros and NTG

Can you give us a look into how FreightPros came to be and its strategic placement in less than truckload shipping? LTL shipping is an important segment of the logistics industry. We wanted to stand out and become the “go-to” LTL shipping provider by offering a service platform that transcended the typical co-monetized deal of …

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Inside Delivery vs. White Glove Service

inside delivery vs. white glove service

If you’re selling items that are either very expensive, difficult to install, or a combination of the two, chances are that your customer would also really prefer great shipping service. The delivery stage matters because it is when the shipment is most prone to damage — either due to external factors during transit or due …

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What are SCAC codes?

the complete SCAC Code list (2021)

The freight industry loves acronyms. You’ve got FAKs (Freight of all kinds), BOLs (Bill of lading), and PODs (Proof of delivery), just to name a few. If you’re going to be a freight shipper, it’s best to recognize these terms. And though they are not technically acronyms, you’ll also find SCAC codes across documents and tracking …

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