5 Reasons Container Shipping is Safe and Secure

Container shipping helps protect the vast majority of smaller products that are shipped. You’ve probably seen thousands of these intermodal containers in your lifetime, mostly on the backs of trucks. These are made to easily switch from truck to rail and ship without having to reload the cargo. Shipping containers…

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The Advantages of Working with Performance Plus Global Logistics

You need a freight management company that offers premium logistics and warehousing services. Fortunately, you don’t have to look past Performance Plus Global Logistics. Offering all of our customers the solutions you need to transport your assets around the world, we’re here to make your business run more effectively. Our…

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Guarantee Service Policy

Guarantee Service Policy Based upon individual carrier criteria factoring weather and/or uncontrollable service issues and circumstances. A minimum charge of $200 or 50% (whichever is greater) would then be assessed. To qualify for a credit due to a service failure, you must notify PPLUS of the service failure and request…

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Carrier Links

The follow links will allow you to track your shipment directly on the carriers website. A. Duie Pyle Transport Services AAA Cooper Aberdeen Express Averitt Express Beaver Express Benton Express Central Freight Lines Central Transport Con-Way Freight Crystal Motors Express Daylight Transport Dayton Freight Lines DHL Express DHL Global Forwarding…

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Freight Classes

Some common freight classes for the performance industry may include: Commodity NMFC # Freight Class Engines – in boxes or crates, released value not exceeding $5/lb. 120800-04 85 Transmissions or transmission parts 19940 85 Clutches or clutch discs 19940 85 Catalytic Converters 57170 85 Tires – pneumatic 157230 110 wheels…

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Freight Terminology

Freight Terms 3PL: Third Party Logistics Company BOL: Bill of Lading BILL THIRD PARTY: When shipper request the “bill to” as person other than shipper and/or recipient. BLIND SHIPMENT: When shipper and receiver are not aware of one another. BROKER: The person who makes freight shipment arrangements on behalf of…

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