Cheaper Freight Shipping services is based in the Raleigh, NC area. We strive to provide individuals and businesses throughout the United States with the most efficient freight shipping solutions available. We make every effort to ensure that our pricing is competitive and that we gain customer satisfaction through quality service and excellent rates. We welcome your business whether big or small.
Save on UPS/ FedEx small package shipping - for 3 years. Let us negotiate your small parcel shipping rates and lock in your rates for the next 3 years! If you spend over $200,000 per year in small package distribution costs, contact us to see what we can do for you.
Save on telecommunication products. We start by taking a look at the voice, data services and hardware you currently have in place, and what they are costing you. We will review your records & invoices from all your telecom carriers, identifying inconsistencies, duplication of services, and potential problems. We will then work with your carriers to find solutions & resolve disputes. If you spend $5000 or more per month on telecom products, contact us to see what we can do to help cut your costs.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Furniture, Vehicles, Boats, Motorcycles
- Special Care Items, Pets & Livestock
- Heavy Equipment, Food & Agriculture, Freight
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Products & Services
Cheaper Freight Shipping services has a large selection of local, regional and national partners that can help you achieve the right combination of transit time and price. We can help you with your shipment, whether big or small. Cheaper Freight Shipping provides freight shipping services for both business and residential shipping. Our association with a wide variety of freight carriers allows us to provide discount and reliable shipping for any service you need. Call us or visit our websitw to find out more!
From Our Website
Q: When Should I use a Common Carrier? A: If your package weighs more than 150 lbs, it is too heavy for a parcel service and you will need a common carrier. LTL (Less than Truckload) carriers will transport shipments weighing anywhere from 100 to 10,000 lbs and on 6 pallets or less. If your shipment weighs more than 10,000 lbs, it may take up an entire truck which means you will need a FTL (Full Truckload) carrier. Q: What is the Standard Procedure of a Common Carrier? A: The standard procedure is a truck driver backing up to a loading dock for the shipment to be loaded by the shipper then driving the shipment to the destination loading dock to be unloaded by the consignee.