Less Than Container Load

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Less Than Container Load

Shipments of less than container load size (<$50,000).

Less Than Container Load

In shipping, a term describing cargo of insufficient weight to qualify for a freight rate. That is, when one ships an LCL good, one must usually pay a higher fee.
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About Less Than Truckload Less than truckload (LTL) service is a type of transportation used for shipments that usually weigh less-than 10,000 pounds.
ACT is considered by independent analysts to be the West Coast's dominant airport-to-airport less than truckload (LTL) deferred freight network carrier.
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Some of the things that could cause actual results to differ from expectations are: economic conditions; the impact of high fuel prices; our inability to successfully implement and operate our expanded ground network; failure of key suppliers and vendors to perform; our inability to attract sufficient customers at economical prices for our expanded ground network; unforeseen increases in liquidity and working capital requirements related to our expanded ground network; potential competitive responses from other operators of coast-to-coast less than truckload networks; the continued impact of terrorist attacks, global instability and potential U.
Central Transport, a less than truckload (LTL) transportation provider offering direct service to 98 percent of major manufacturing and retail markets across North America, selected Manhattan Associates to help it better forecast and project line haul movements as freight moves from facility to facility.
It is only one of seven companies listed in the annual market report that offers all available third-party logistics services including truckload, ocean, dedicated contract carriage, small package, air cargo, less than truckload, bulk, fleet acquisitions, and equipment/drivers and rail services.