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parcel shipping

While LTL shipping may have been the gold standard for shippers in the past, more shippers are starting to turn to a combination of parcel and less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping to cut costs and drive profits. However, the age-old rule of packages of less than 150 pounds being designated as small package or parcels is evolving.

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LTL shipping mistakes

Less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping is one of the most efficient ways to move shipments when you cannot justify the cost of a full truckload. Unfortunately, shippers may be losing money on LTL shipping if they do not know how to maximize efficiency and cost-effectiveness in each shipment. According to Joe Lynch, shippers face many challenges and problems in LTL shipping.

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capacity crunch

The shipping industry saw growth and expansion in 2014 when compared to the state of the industry since 2008. The economy was on the road to recovery, and more technology was being developed and deployed to increase the productivity and efficiency of fleets.

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logistics and freight

From cloud-based systems to transportation management, the state of the logistics industry is evolving to expand an increasing number of services. Meanwhile, the overall capacity of shipments is climbing higher, reports Jeff Berman of Logistics Management, and the driver shortage is becoming more essential as full truckload shipments decrease.