Co-loading is the equivalent of ride sharing for freight transportation. It is the consolidation of shipments across multiple companies on the same transportation vehicles. Companies can consolidate truckload (TL) with less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments, or multiple LTL shipments together, or multiple TLs together to make co-loaded shipments
Co-loading makes sense for shipments that are handled in the same way. For example they are all palletized and are transported using the same type of trucks, such as dry vans. Also from the shipment size perspective, the sweet spot for co-loading are larger LTL shipments and smaller truckload shipments so we can mix them together. From the geographical standpoint, shipments that have origins and destinations that are in a close proximity have a higher potential for co-loading. From an industry perspective, it is easier to co-load shipments that are in the same industry, but that is not a requirement.
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