Integrators Companies that provide door-to-door domestic and international air freight service. Typically handles many of the following tasks: purchasing, inventory management/warehousing, transportation management, order management.Own and operate aircraft, as well as ground delivery fleets of trucks. Interline Shipment Shipment moving from origin to destination via two or more carriers.Unlike freight forwarders, will not handle freight and owns no pickup/delivery equipment or storage facilities. Owns no vessels (ships), but provides ocean shipping freight-forwarding services.
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Shippers Association Not-for-profit association of shippers using collective bargaining and freight consolidation to obtain lower, high-volume transportation rates; similar to freight forwarding w/o profit motive. Only non-competitive shippers may associate, due to monopoly restrictions.
Trucking companies typically offer door-to-door service. Railroads do not, unless the shipper and consignee both have rail sidings. often package together door-to-door service through contracts with multiple carriers.
Consolidation Bringing together many small shipments, often from different shippers, into large shipment quantities, in order to take advantage of economies of scale in transportation costs.
In most systems, all outbound/inbound freight for a spoke uses the same hub, and thus larger shipment sizes are realized. Cross-dock Transportation terminal in which received items transferred directly from inbound to the outbound shipping dock, with storage only occurring temporarily during unloading and loading. LTL (Less-Than-Truckload) A trucking industry term; a less-than-truckload (LTL) shipment is when a shipper contracts for the transportation of freight that will not require an entire truck.
LTL shipments are priced according to the weight of the freight, its commodity class (which generally determines its cube/weight ratio), and mileage within designated lanes.
In-vehicle consolidation is when a vehicle makes pickups from many customers and consolidates freight inside the vehicle.