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    What is Flatbed Shipping?

    Flatbed Shipping is the transportation of cargo that does not fit or utilizes standard truck trailers, which is oversize in dimensions or which cannot be transported in a closed trailer environment. A flatbed’s structure allows forklifts and cranes to load...

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    Temperature controlled truck driving in Canada

    Tips for shipping temperature-sensitive goods

    Temperature-sensitive shipping is the transport of goods that are sensitive to climate conditions. Shipping temperature-sensitive goods is not a matter of merely keeping your items cool through transit. Extreme temperatures in each direction can cause spoilage, whether you're shipping pharmaceuticals...

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    Glossary of Freight Transportation Terms

    All-in Line Haul: FSC + Line Haul.   Backhaul (Head haul): The return movement of a transportation vehicle from its delivery point back to its point of origin.   Consignee: The consignee is the individual person or location that receives the freight being...

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    Truck Driving on a foggy highway at Ontario Canada

    When Driving In A Low-Visibility Situation You Should Follow These Tips

    Driving in Low-visibility and Bad Weather: Drivers often experienced limited visibility in adverse weather conditions such as heavy snowfall, downpours, thick fog and blowing dust or smoke. Your responsibility as a safe driver is to know how to adjust your...

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    What are Self-Driving Trucks?

    Self-driving trucks are also known as autonomous or "driverless" trucks. Autonomous trucks consist of sensors and software to control, navigate, and operate the vehicle, other technology would include features like emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping,...

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    INCOTERMS are commercial agreements shipping and transportation in international trade.

    What are INCOTERMS?

    The Incoterms or International Commercial Terms are a list of specific commercial agreements published by the ICC or International Chamber of Commerce related to international commercial law. INCOTERM represents an agreement that governs the responsibility of sellers and buyers while...

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    CIF and FOB are commonly used INCOTERM agreements used for shipping and transportation.

    Difference Between CIF and FOB?

    CIF and FOB are commonly used INCOTERM agreements. INCOTERM represents an agreement that governs the responsibility of sellers and buyers while shipping in international trade. The purpose of this system is to help orderly international trade by providing agreement structure...

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    Breakbulk Cargo in transport

    What is Breakbulk Cargo?

    Breakbulk is general cargo that does not fit in or utilizes common shipping containers or intermodal shipping containers. But it is also different from bulk shipping in which cargo such as grain or oil is transported. Breakbulk cargo is always...

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    Oversize Load Limitation in Ontario Canada

    Oversize Load Limitation in Ontario Canada

    In road transport, an oversized or overweight load is a load that exceeds the standard legal dimensions or weight limits. The legal size and weight limits may vary between countries and regions within a country. Here we will talk about...

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    What is Intermodal Freight Transport ?

    What is Intermodal Freight Transport ?

    Intermodal Freight Transport associated with the transportation of freight in an intermodal container, using multiple modes of transportation like ship, rail or trucks, without any handling of the freight when changing modes of transportation. This process reduces cargo handling which...

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    Flexitank in transportation

    What is Flexitank ?

    Flexitank is a bulk liquid storage unit, made of multiple layers of polyethylene with an outer coating of woven polypropylene. Flexitank is used for transportation of any non-hazardous liquids by simply placing them in a 20foot standard container, it basically...

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    Freight and Shipping in transporting goods

    Difference between Freight and Shipping

    Freight and Shipping are two interrelated terms in which you are paying someone to deliver what you have to send. But they are two different methods of transporting goods from one place to another where freight is something heavy or...

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    Importance of Transportation Management

    How Transportation Management Helps Your Company

    Transportation is known as the movement of the people, goods, and animals from one source to another. Transportation is important because it enables trade between humans, which is an essential part for the development of the civilizations. While Transport Management...

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    Things to Know While Transporting Dangerous Goods

    Things to Know While Transporting Dangerous Goods in Ontario Canada

    Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act and Regulations is to ensure public safety and remains focused on the prevention of incidents when dangerous goods are being handled, offered for transport or transported by road, rail, air, or water (marine). How...

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    Expedited Shipping in Transport industry

    What is Expedited Shipping?

    Expedited Shipping - What it really is ? Expedited shipping is the another shipping method of sending a parcel at a faster rate than would normally be customary. It is used by number of companies and businesses daily all around...

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    Freight Transport Between USA & Canada

    The United States and Canada have a very close trading relationship going back centuries. With the arrival of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), this relationship went even deeper. Today, on an average, the two countries have an annual...

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    Shipping of Frozen Items

    In the world of transportation, the transporting of frozen items or perishable items is the most challenging. To be sure, there is technology available to make these kinds of long-range transfers possible, but they are still tricky and need careful...

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    Understanding the Difference between FTL and LTL Shipping

    When shipping freight with Tenax Transport, there are various options available. It comes with the complexity of having to decide whether you want to ship Less-than-truckload (LTL) or Full Truckload (FTL). In North America especially, these are the two commonly...

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    How to Save on Your LTL Shipping

    Are you looking for ways to cut expenses on your LTL shipping? Less-than-truckload or LTL shipments involve freight deliveries that are small. In that, they are larger than parcels but aren’t big enough to fit an entire truckload. Such shipments...

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    What are the Shipping Procedures?

      The transport system in Canada serves a wide range of customer both small scale and large scale customers who are situated in around the North American region. The procedures associated with the shipping of goods using the Tenax Transport...

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    Critical Issues to Remember when Dealing with Transport Companies

    The transport company faces stiff competition from other rivaling competitors in the same line of business. Hence it's always necessary to treat specific matters with importance. Extra expenses do not fall under the category of the experiences customers want to...

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    How To Ensure Successful Transportation of Dry Goods

    In North America, we rely heavily on the transportation industry of goods across Canada and USA. For those looking to make a career in trucking, transportation of dry goods is a popular endeavor. It is so because our societies are...

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    What are the Transport Solutions for Dry Goods?

    For industries that supply dry goods to prosper in the global marketplace, they have to work together with shipping and transportation companies. North America has a strong consumer society, and thus there’s high demand for dry goods shipping. Trucks are...

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