In 2013, the trucking industry transported nearly 15 billion tons of cargo. And if that sounds like an impressive figure, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that by 2040, that number is expected to increase to 18.79 billion tons. Much of this cargo is classified as LTL, or less-than-truckload cargo, and considering the fact […]

There are approximately 5.9 million commercial motor vehicle drivers operating across the United States right now, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Many of those vehicles contain LTL shipments, which are determined based on weight and the size of freight involved. LTL shipments (or less than truckload) is the transportation of small freight, […]