Less-than-truckload shipping is an infamously complicated spend category. That's due in no small part to the series of factors that help determine. These include cargo weight, pallet count, and - crucially - freight classification.

The National Motor Freight Classification standard includes 18 different type of freight classes. Ranging from high-density, low-value cargo to high-value low-density cargo, the system makes LTL spend management significantly more complicated than a system based on dimensional pricing would.

Want to learn more about the 18 different freight classes? Check out the infographic below.

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