LTL Trucking Company2018-07-02T18:08:58+00:00

LTL Trucking Company | Riteway Transports

Riteway provides a full range of Less Than Truckload (LTL) services. Demand for Less than Truckload (LTL) shipping has been growing for both manufacturers and retailers. As consumer purchasing behavior has moved from traditional brick and mortar stores with large inventories to “just in time deliveries”, shipping requirements are also changing.

LTL Trucking Company - Less Than Truckload (LTL) and (FTL) trucking services in CDA, Spokane, Nationwide

As a result of this shift in purchasing dynamics, businesses are requiring more frequent, smaller shipments from their suppliers.  Manufacturers also utilizing similar “just in time” production methods are experiencing a need for smaller, more frequent shipments as well.

Accommodating all types of industries, Riteway leverages its extensive agent network to satisfy the growing need for LTL shipping.  Our clients know that whether they require LTL or FTL capacity, they will benefit from Riteway ’s cost-efficient and flexible solutions.
Because we are extremely rigorous and selective about the agents in our network, we consistently ensure safe, on-time and optimally priced solutions for every mode of over-the-road trucking.

Less Than Truckload

LTL shipping stands for “Less Than Truckload”. It means that the shipment will not take up an entire truck. These types of shipments typically weigh between 100 and 10,000 pounds.

With an LTL shipment, you only pay for the space in the truck that you need. If your shipment only takes up one-third of the truck space, you only pay for one-third of the truck. The rest of the truck will then be filled with other small shipments from other companies. This makes LTL freight shipping a great budget friendly choice for small businesses not requiring large quantity shipments.

LTL freight shipments will often take a bit longer to reach their destinations. This is due to the multiple shipments on board creating frequent stops. If time is of the essence, you may want to consider Full Truckload (FTL) shipping.