See Less than truck load.
Listening Time Limit. The maximum radar range limit determined by the time between successive radar transmitter pulses, less any processing, gating or sampling times that interfere with the flow of desired signal intelligence.
A quantity of freight that does not fill an entire trailer; consequently, shipments from several different shippers are placed on a single trailer to complete the freight move.
A shipment that would not by itself fill the truck to capacity by weight or volume.
(Less-than-truckload) A shipment that occupies less space than is available in a truck or tractor-trailer.
The abbreviation for Less Than (Truck) Load. A less than truck load shipment is a shipment, typically from a single source, that does not fill an entire truck.
Less than a full truckload shipment.
Means a shipment that is "less than truckload". Cargoes from different sources are usually consolidated to save costs.
Less Than Truckload. A less than truck load is a shipment that requires less space than a full truck load.
See Less than Truckload.
Less Than Truckload: A quantity of freight that is less than required for the application of a truckload rate.
A logistics term denoting a segment of the shipping market, wherein volume of each shipment is less than the volume of a single truckload.
Less than truckload, shipments that do not fill a trailer and can be consolidated with shipments from other senders to save money.
Is an acronym for Less-Than-Load, meaning cargo that is not of the quantity to require an entire truckload (TL) by itself. Typically, an LTL shipment ranges from 100 lbs to 20,000 lbs. If you require a TL, please contact customer service at 866-633-8236 during business hours.
An acronym for "less-than-truckload" freight shipment. LTL shipments are manufactured goods or commodities that generally weigh between 10 and 10,000 lbs. and are tendered to the carrier as either loose boxes or parcels, or combined on wooden pallets generally weighing less than 10,000 pounds. LTL shipments are combined with other similar shipments from many customers to fill a trailer
A quantity of freight less than that required for the application of a truckload (TL) rate; usually less than 10,000 pounds. (see TL)
(Less-Than-Truckload) - This is a shipment that does not fill an entire truckload. Specialized carriers provide service exclusively for this type of shipment. These providersÂ¹ services are priced by weight and density, in combination with distance. Pricing is calculated based on cents per hundredweight rating. They also consider volumetric pricing, or dimensional weight pricing, if a commodityÂ¹s density is the issue. Their services are readily available in the U.S. and Canada. The National Motor Freight Classification standards are commonly used in order to identify the best pricing for a particular commodity on a particular shipping lane. Example: A 10,000 pound shipment of ball bearings takes up less space in a trailer than does 10,000 pounds of ping pong balls! Carriers commonly use a system of pricing that accounts for weight, as well as density, volume and distance.
Less Than Truckload. A term used by motor carriers to designate small shipments that are handled as loose pieces as opposed to full truckloads.
LTL stands for Less Than Load. A typical LTL shipment ranges from 100 lbs. to 20,000 lbs. For larger loads, you may need TL (truckload) service. Our customer service department can help determine which option you need.
Less than trailer load.
A quantity of freight less than that required for the application of a truckload rate. The historical definition of LTL freight is "shipments under 10,000 pounds."
Less-than-truckload, a shipment weighing less than the minimum weight needed to use the lower truckload rate.
Abbreviation for less than truckload.