The acronym “LTL” is not strange to those who are familiar with the shipping industry. However, people who are not accustomed with activities in the industry may find it difficult to comprehend the phrase “less than truckload.”
For those who do not know, LTL is a commonly used acronym that has been used in the industry for some time. However, it may be one of the best-kept secrets in the industry. According to third-party logistics company Access America Transport, less than truckload freight (LTL) simply implies that since the load of a truck won’t fit either full-sized trucks, a truck doesn’t require a 48-foot or 53-foot trailer.
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