With uShip, shipping freight is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1 | CREATE YOUR SHIPMENT LISTING in Canada
You must properly list your items for the most accurate bid. In order to determine what kind of freight service you need, first package and measure your freight shipment. List the number, size, and weight of the individual unit. Pallets, drums, crates and boxes are all commonly shipped by carriers, so you can use these common units to outline your freight shipment, as well as your freight class and load density if you know them. You should also include information regarding special requirements your freight has, like handling or permit requirements. The more detailed your freight listing, the more accurate price quotes you'll receive. Keep in mind that freight transporters offer several different services, including truckload freight (TL), less than truckload (LTL), expedited freight, and even international freight shipping through freight forwarders.
2 | CHOOSE THE BEST FREIGHT SHIPPING COMPANY in Canada
When your freight listing is live your listing will go into the marketplace. You'll start receiving competing quotes for your freight shipment from Canadian transporters. You can communicate with the transporters submitting these quotes, asking them questions and talking specifics regarding the quote and shipment.
Each freight shipping company a carrier profile on uShip. You can find their customer-rated feedback, safety records, and transportation history all in one place. Review the transportation history to see if they have moved anything like your freight before and check their customers' experience. Most carriers add some photos of their equipment, so you can see how your freight will be moved. Reviewing these profiles and talking to the shipping companies help you feel confident that you're choosing the best freight shipping company choosing the best freight shipping company for your shipment.
3 | FREIGHT SHIPPING & DELIVERY in Canada
Once you've selected your freight shipping company, you'll need to contact them directly to arrange details of your shipment and ask any remaining questions. You and the transporter will coordinate on pickup and delivery times and locations, as well as any third party contact information necessary. You should also agree upon payment terms at this stage. Be sure to let uShip know if you run into any obstacles during the freight shipment. We're here to help during every step.
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