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Archive for August 5th, 2019

Here are 3 Advantages of Using Less Than Truckload Shipping

Shipping freight by tuck is a huge part of how many businesses work all around the United States. In 2013 alone, trucking transported nearly 15 billion tons of cargo. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that this number should increase to over 18 billion tons by 2040. There are many different kinds of freight, there’s oversize freight, truckload freight, expedited freight, and specialty freight, just to name a few examples. There’s also a special kind of freight shipping known as LTL shipping. LTL stands for less than truckload, which refers to shipments of freight that take up less than a full truckload. This type of truckload freight can see several shipments from different companies packed into a single truck to be shipped. There are several advantages to using less than truckload freight shipping and the article will take a look at a few of them.

  • It Allows Smaller Companies to Ship What They Need: One advantage of using less than truckload freight shipping is that

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Shipping Containers 101 Beginner’s Guide to Shipping Containers

Everyone knows what shipping containers are and even if you don’t, you’ve probably seen one but just don’t know it yet. Shipping containers have been around for more than 50 years, though the body that regulates container shipping and inspects containers known as the International Organization for Standardization was established shortly after.

Though 50 years may seem pretty short considering how many years the container-carrying vessels have been around, to date, freight companies have shipped millions of containers worldwide. To give you a clear picture of how many containers these are, consider that if all containers were lined up end to end, the entire line could circle the earth over two times.

What’s a Shipping Container

A shipping container is a transportation box used for transporting goods and freight mostly over water bodies. All shipping containers are standardized by a governing authority (ISO) and can be resealed once open.

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Why You Should Donate Your Old Clothing To Charity

If you’re like the vast majority of people all throughout the country, you have more articles of clothing than you know what to do with. After all, with the average person consuming upwards of 68 articles of clothing over the course of the year, the average adult of today now consumes up to double what an adult in the United States would have been consuming just 20 years in the past. For most people, this means a surplus of clothing hanging in their closets, lying in their wash baskets, and folded in their drawers. Getting rid of some of this clothing can be a great thing, as it will allow them to simplify their lives and cut out what they are not using.

But how do you know what clothing you should be parting with and what clothing you should keep? It can be a hard choice to make, but there are a few ways that you can make such judgement calls. For one thing, how long has it been since your wore each piece of clothing? For those living in climates where there are only one or two s

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