One of the most common items shipped today is machinery and machinery parts. As we have discussed in previous blogs, when shipping machinery or anything else LTL via common carrier it is important to determine freight class. Most machinery and machinery parts will be classified as Item 133300 with different sub numbers depending on the […]
PNGLC has been able to help engineers, pump and hydraulic manufacturers, as well as distributors in the hydraulics industry. We have the experience to identify proper freight class, to recognize which products require additional insurance due to their high value, and to manage various shipping methods (such as drop shipments and inbound shipments). Transit times […]
Retailers have had to make the shift in the last few years from calculating freight class based on value to calculating freight class based on density. Below is some helpful information about correctly classifying your retail freight to avoid unnecessary expenses and delays. Determine Density Since density plays a key role in determining freight […]
As reported in recent PNG Logistics Blog posts, on July 14, 2016, the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA) issued a supplement to the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) to become effective on August 13, 2016. The supplement was to publish a revised Uniform Straight Bill of Lading. These recent changes, approved by the NMFTA, […]
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