I need some advice about how to price FTL vs. LTL. I've been told the rule of thumb is that LTL is 2x the cost of FTL per skid.
So for example:
FTL 1 skid = $100
LTL 1 skid = $200
Is this how you all price? Would it be possible for someone to teach me how to price?
We sell products that are about 100-150lbs of weight that we can't ship using UPS/Fedex Ground service because they get damaged frequently.
Can someone help us with a reasonable price?
Freight class most of the time is 77.5-85.
Origin - 07024, destination - nationwide.
Wondering if any other ltl drivers get any flack from
the forklift drivers getting tired of moving other freight
to get to theirs.
Yes, this happens because this run has a few
companies that don't have or refuse to use their
dock for whatever reason.
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Anyone have a rule of thumb for pricing LTL freight? I'm stuck in Houston and refuse to take pipe from those S**T holes and Mexican jerkoffs who can't speak a word of English. Ok ok, calm down.
Just wondering if any of you have an algorithm for coming up with a rate?
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For those that have done both, which do you prefer? I assume that it has alot to do with the company you are leased on with, but does the higher wait time and longer layovers of LTL kill the higher pay advantage you get, as opposed to containers, in which you get paid less and have to deal with...
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