Last week we published Part 1 of "Freight Shipping & Your Marketing Strategy", aimed at introducing the important benefits of utilizing an LTL provider in your marketing strategy. This week we give you Part 2: Considerations When Incorporating Shipping Costs Into Your Final Product Price. Read on to find out which option is best suited for your organization's needs.
Wholesale distribution executives looking to cut costs and streamline their operations should consider an LTL (less than truckload) shipping provider.
Why Ship LTL?
Providing complete and accurate information, including detailed address information, each time you schedule a shipment pickup with your LTL freight company will help make shipping your pallet or loose piece as hassle-free as possible.
Great Information to Provide When Making Freight Pickup Requests:
1. Shipper Contact Details
- Name of the Shipper— Pickup Location or Business
- Complete Address
- Contact Name, Phone and the Applicable Extension
2. Shipper Location Requirements: