As the relocation industry grows and expands, competition becomes even fiercer and having a competitive advantage is essential to success. Some of the best examples of a competitive edge involve the use of highly trained labor for picking, packing and delivery as well as...read more
At Logistics, we want to make sure you understand every step involved in your shipping process. Today we’re going to look at the Bill of Lading. You’ve probably heard of a Bill of Lading or BOL, but do you know what it is? Let’s break it down – basically, a BOL is a legal...read more
When it comes to LTL shipping, there are a few things to keep in mind. One of the most crucial elements is the classification of your shipment. By having this information for your less than truckload shipments, you can get accurate quotes and minimize unexpected charges.read more
No one likes to be surprised by extra fees, but when it comes to shipping, there are many situations where additional charges may apply. At GLT Logistics, we think it’s vital that you understand these accessorial fees before you schedule a shipment, whether it’s an LTL or ...read more
How The Electronic Logging Device Rule Affects The Trucking Industry There are lots of regulations when it comes to transportation and logistics. One of the newest, the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) rule, was enacted by the U.S. Congress and went into effect on December...read more
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