The Intersection of eCommerce and LTL Freight
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Some items don't belong on a standard UPS or FedEx truck. Perhaps the items are heavy or big. Maybe you're just moving items in bulk quantities. That's where less-than-truckload (LTL) freight comes in. These services have been in high demand in recent times, delivering items from B2B and B2C orders alike.

As a merchant, if you need to spread out your goods between multiple warehouses so that they can be delivered in 1-2 days after they're purchased by consumers, LTL can really come in handy. It's also a great way to deliver particular goods, from desks to surfboards, even if you're just getting the goods to a brick-and-mortar location for store pickup. Intrigued? Want to learn more about best practices for LTL? Need to stay ahead of the curve as this delivery channel evolves? Then this episode is for you!

Guest: Anthony Charland, Kuehne-Nagel.com
Host: Robert Rand, JetRails.com

More LTL Freight Educational Materials: https://us.kuehne-nagel.com/additional-resources-ltl-ecommerce
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