Two men comparing shipping costs at a computer inside a warehouse.

How To Lower Your Shipping Costs – A Big Opportunity Most Shippers Miss

We’re all looking for ways to save our businesses money. And when we open our books to seek out opportunities, one place we all inevitably land is shipping and logistics. Why? Well, if your business ships any kind of volume, you probably see a big number in that column, and big numbers tend to stand out. So how do you …

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How is Freight Class Determined?

If you’ve ever shipped anything through a less-than-truckload carrier, you’ve undoubtedly encountered the term “freight class.” And if you’re like a lot of shippers, you might only have a partial understanding about what freight class actually is. To help clear up the picture, we’re going to explain freight class, show you how you can find it for goods you’re shipping, …

A forklift operator using FreightSnap's FS 5000 pallet dimensioner at a trucking terminal.

Why Transition to Automatic Freight Dimensioning

Ever since volumetric freight dimensioning became the standard form of measurement for the transportation and shipping industries, companies have been working to streamline the process and take advantage of its benefits. But, like any new process, the transition to dimensional weight measurement has caused a few headaches for companies making the change. Take a look at some of the most …