LAVERDE TRUCKING INC.
We offer both LTL and FTL with the capability of carrying a wide range of loads. We handle and process all these shipping variables in order to provide the best solution possible for your business. From bobtails to 53’ trailers, we provide much more than delivering goods from point A to point B. Our drivers are familiar with all Airlines/CFS locations in the Los Angeles area,
With TSA certified drivers we are fit for any needs.
FTL (Full Truck Load)
FTL provides you with depending freight services throughout all states. Our fleet includes 53’ air ride dry trailers. In order to meet your delivery requirements, we offer special services such as team drivers. It’s generally pretty easy to know when your shipment needs to be shipped via FTL, but sometimes smaller shipments can also benefit from FTL freight shipping. If your shipment is high-risk, FTL may be the better option. This shipping method can be used when freight weighs between 150 and 40,000 pounds. From dry-van to flatbed and cross-border to heavy-haul, with Laverde Trucking, we provide the expertise, coverage, and technology to cut through the complexity of truckload shipping, so you can focus on your business.
LTL (Less Than Truckload Freight Shipping)
Shipments for LTL generate from 100 - 11,000 pounds or up to 13 pallets. LTL freight is usually picked up/delivered through airlines, distribution centers, & CFS stations. We offer nationwide affordable LTL shipping transportation. Small shipments that may need to ship across the states can be combined in one truck with other shipments that deliver near the same destination for different companies for lower cost in price. Not to mention the cost of savings, there are a number of benefits to shipping via LTL. Another
Factors that determine FTL/LTL shipping rates
A shipment that requires special handling or equipment (perishables, fragile, hazardous items) will likely lead to higher costs
Generally, the further the distance, the higher the price
The dimensions and weight of the shipment help determine the freight class, which directly impacts rates
LTL/FTL shipments can be expedited, typically for an additional fee