Sea, Air or Land: Understanding Transportation Modes and AlternativesSea, Air or Land: Understanding Transportation Modes and Alternatives


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Sea, Air or Land: Understanding Transportation Modes and Alternatives

Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Gina, and I love journeys. I can't even say I like to travel because in fact, I actually prefer staring out of train, boat or bus windows as the landscape or water rolls by. I also love the feeling of flying and the excitement levels in airports. However, I can't spend my whole life sitting in a transportation seat so I decided to start a blog about this passion. This blog contains everything I have learned about transportation, it looks at it from multiple angles and provides a fresh perspective. Please, read and enjoy!

Common Business Transport Services

When you are just starting out in a business in which you have to ship goods and products to your clients and customers, you will need to find a reliable transport service to get the job done. To help you decide which transport company best matches your needs, here are some of the most common types of things they offer your business. Less Than Full Load -- Less Than Full Load transport is also known as LTL transport and it refers to a shipping method in which your goods are loaded onto a transport vehicle with the goods of other merchants. Read More 

Money Saving Tips: How to Avoid LTL Freight Classification Errors

The financial consequences of frequent shipping of goods can be extensive, especially for small and growing companies. You must ensure that your operation is capable of long-term efficiency through promoting economical practices. One of the main aspects in Less Than Truckload (LTL) shipping which leads to unnecessary losses is the freight classification. LTL haulers have systems which help them to effectively categorise shipments and charge the rates according to the identified groups. Read More 

4 Surprising Advantages of Chartering a Bus for Company Outings

When planning a company outing, you may assume that each employee can and should simply handle their own travel arrangements. This might save you money on your plans for that outing, but can actually cost you money in the long run. There are many other advantages to chartering a bus for a company outing no matter its purpose. Note a few of those here so you know why it's the best choice for your company plans. Read More