Less-than-load (LTL) shipments are a great way to boost your revenues. To take advantage of this lucrative market, though, you need the right LTL billing software. That’s one more reason to take TruckingOffice for a free 30-day test drive. With our product in your corner, you can manage every aspect of your LTL business efficiently and profitably.
What is LTL Shipping?
People and companies are buying more goods through non-local retailers than ever before. Jeff Bezos, the man behind Amazon.com, realized the potential of this form of commerce back in the mid-1990s. Today, his company is one of thousands that are selling all types of goods directly to consumers, including such heavy or bulky items as frozen foods, business equipment, furniture, and even motor vehicles. Many of these items are simply too large for UPS or FedEx to handle.
That’s where the big boys like you come into the picture. Whether it’s delivering a recliner to a guy in Butte, Montana; a crateful of computer monitors to an accounting firm in New York; a mint condition 1966 Mustang to a collector in Florida; or some must-have repair parts to an air-conditioning installer in Atlanta, LTL pickups and deliveries are a great option to supplement your primary revenue streams or as profitable stand-alone ventures.
To tap into this incredible opportunity, you need the right LTL billing software. That’s why we’ve added exciting new capabilities to TruckingOffice. With our system, you’ll enjoy features like these:
- The option to dispatch multiple loads from the same truck, whether they’re going to a single client or many different customers.
- The power to calculate different billing rates for each load depending on your fee structure for each type of freight.
- The ability to maximize the number of loads you carry at a given time, saving you from hauling around empty trailers.
Try our LTL billing software for yourself by taking TruckingOffice for a free 30-day test drive. You’ll be glad you did!