LTL Freight Carriers

We maintain an extensive base of LTL freight carriers that move shipments across North America. This list includes over 90 LTL carriers, including most of the Top 25 carriers which make up 90% of the LTL traffic in the US. Each LTL carrier covers different lanes throughout the country, which is why our company focuses on developing a carrier base that can assist every client, no matter their location. Our LTL freight carrier base offers services for:

  • Interstate Shipping
  • Intrastate Shipping
  • Local Shipping
  • Regional Shipping
  • National Shipping
  • Shipping between US, Canada, and Mexico

As stated above, we work with most of the top LTL freight carriers in the industry. Here is a quick look at some of the LTL carriers in our network:

When Southeastern Freight Lines made its first delivery more than 50 years ago, the mission of that driver was exactly the same as it is for each associate today: to meet or exceed the needs of every client every single time.

The YRC brand name is built on the distinguished heritage of Yellow Transportation and Roadway. YRC is a subsidiary of YRC Worldwide Inc., a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest transportation service providers in the world. YRC connects North American markets, delivering seamless 3-day and coast-to-coast shipping services. LTL services are provided throughout the United States.

From 17 strategically located nationwide terminals, Roadrunner provides outbound operations with full-state capabilities throughout the United States and Canada. RRTS is a single-source provider, offering LTL, Truckload, Expedited, and Specialized Service Solutions.

AAA Cooper Transportation ("ACT") is a family owned, non-union, regional less-than-truckload trucking firm serving 12 southeastern states and Puerto Rico, plus the industrial areas of Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Minneapolis. ACT has 78 strategically placed terminals in the Southeast to allow our clients to receive next day and two-day service between points.