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Category: Truckload shipping

Considering The Growth Of The American Industry Of Transportation

Throughout the course of recent years, the transportation industry in the United States has grown quite considerably indeed, to say the very least. In fact, there are a number of different ways in which this growth can be seen and measured. For one thing, the overall value of freight has been consistently on the rise, a trend that is expected to continue into the future (and for quite some time, for that matter). After all, a ton of cargo was worth just over $880 back in the year of 2013, now nearly seven years in the past. But by the time that we reach the year of 2040, now closer than it seems, this value per ton is expected to increase to the point of exceeding $1,300 – and it’s certainly only upwards from that point on as well.

In addition to this, the actual amount of cargo being transported from place to place is climbing as well. Back in that same year of 2013, the amount of cargo being transported throughout a 12 month span was only around 15 billion tons. But by the time

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A Look Into The World Of Shipping Here In The United States

Here in the United States, the industry of transportation has grown considerably over the course of recent years. It’s not any kind of surprise, after all, as the demand for this industry – especially the trucking part of this industry, to get just a little bit more specific – has continued to grow alongside of it, even ahead of it. From pharmaceutical logistics to industrial machinery transport services, there are many things that the transpiration and trucking industries of the United States now cater to and service on a regular basis.

This can be seen in the data that has been collected on the subject. There is no doubt about it that this data clearly shows a steady increase in cargo not only already happening but likely to continue on into the future as well. In fact, already 15 million tons of cargo were being transported back in the year of 20

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Are You Paying Too Much for Shipping?

Transportation software

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. As shoppers across the nation make their last minute purchases for the upcoming holidays, the trucking industry continues to deliver freight in a timely and cost efficient manner. Currently making up about 6% of economic activity, transportation?s core activities add up to a remarkably efficient industry that is a vital service to every other sector of the economy.
While most people think of receiving individual goods when they think of truckload shipping, parcel service failure refund companies are another major part of the trucking industry. Did you know that every shipment handled by the major delivery comp

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Three Easy Ways to Cut Costs in Your Shipping Department

Save time and money shipping and transportation

For many businesses and retailers, one of the biggest expenses is shipping. With the growing preference for online shopping and the necessity of shipping goods from place to place, it’s no wonder that a shipping department can be cutting into your bottom line. Here are a few easy ways to cut costs in your shipping department and make it more efficient.

1. Charge for Shipping
People love to get a deal on shipping, but it’s important to remember how much it’s costing you. Avoid offering free shipping and make sure to charge a fair amount for it. You might consider offering free shipping for purchases above a certain dollar amount, but otherwise you should add a packing and handling fee to the shipping cost.

2. Negotiate Pricing
This proc

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