LTL Freight


LTL trucking or “less-than-truckload” freight is a shipment that does not fill an entire truck. LTL shipping is a common way to ship freight over-the-road, but knowing how to define the correct classifications and options for your needs is not always easy. With our cutting-edge transportation management system (TMS), you get a complete cloud-based logistics management system all in one. From LTL shipping rates to document generation and tracking, when you entrust your company’s freight to BGI you get unparalleled convenience, control, and cost savings for domestic less-than-truckload shipping.

BGI has partnered with the nation’s best freight carriers to provide a wide variety of trucking services throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

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LTL Freight



BGI Worldwide has partnered with some of the best LTL freight carriers nationwide and negotiated the best possible rates. We offer customized tools for shippers to easily streamline and manage the LTL shipping process with features like instant rates, centralized access to your documentation, and shipment history

BGI’s online system empowers you to:

  • Generate less-than-truckload pricing
  • Book shipments
  • Create bills of lading
  • Create invoices
  • Review all of your activity
  • Track shipments

BGI keeps you in sync with your shipping status and monitors where your freight is at all times.

Contact us for more information and to schedule a demonstration of the platform.

Customized Instant Rates

We offer direct online access that allows for instant freight rates via our transportation management system (TMS).

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less-than-truckload freight rates are based on The National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) standard, differing from the way other freight transportation costs are calculated. All commodities fall into 1 of 18 classes between a low of 50 to a high of 500.

NMFC classes are based on four transportation characteristics:

  • Density
  • Stowability
  • Handling
  • Liability


Contact us for more information about freight shipping, or questions about classifying LTL Freight.