Recognizing the importance of sustainable practices, Jameson Logistics has integrated eco-friendly solutions into their operations. They prioritize the use of low-emission vehicles, such as electric trucks or those powered by alternative fuels. Additionally, we employ strategies like consolidation and load optimization to minimize empty trips and maximize cargo capacity, resulting in reduced energy consumption and carbon footprint.
In the complex world of freight shipping, various factors must be considered to ensure a smooth and efficient transportation process. One of the most critical elements is the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) code. Understanding and accurately utilizing NMFC codes can significantly impact the success of shipping operations, as they serve as a universal language that communicates essential information about the nature and handling of goods. In this post, I will delve into the importance of knowing NMFC codes when shipping freight and how they facilitate effective logistics management.
As an LTL shipper, you’re going to need freight quotes, and if you’re set up with us you can get it done with just a few clicks on our portal. There are around 200 LTL Carriers and no two are exactly alike. Our online self-service portal allows you to compare rates from the best carriers for your shipment and includes transit time details and cargo insurance if desired. This feature allows you to be certain you’re getting the best rate and service for your shipment.
TerraSmart has been utilizing Jameson Logistics for over 12 years to handle project shipments and more. One of the more recent awards winning TerraSmart projects is Maces Pond, located in Rockport, ME.
A flatbed is the simplest form of an open trailer style. They are also the most common. They are used for a wide variety of commodities, but typically you see them hauling bulk commodities that cannot be loaded inside a standard enclosed van trailer.