GLC Trucking Services
Offering the best in ground transportation, our Trucking Services put all of your shipping and transport needs into high gear. GLC offers licensed and reliable transport from the first mile to the final destination, from heavy machinery to fragile items.
Our services include nationwide pickup and delivery, full-service consolidation and distribution, accurate and real-time online shipment tracking services, and port pickup and drop-offs for international cargo shipping. A variety of truck sizes are equipped to handle every need, from industrial-sized cargo to fresh produce and retail goods.
Let our Trucking Services take you on the road to business fulfillment with various quality and cost-effective shipping solutions.
- Full Truck Load (FTL)
- Less Than a Truck Load ( LTL)
- Drayage of Intermodal Containers
- Final Mile
- Temperature Controlled
- Over Dimensional
- Heavy Haul
- Time Critical
- Relocations/ Personal Effects
FAQ’s About Trucking Services
When should I choose LTL service over FCL?
LTL (less than a truckload) is a consolidation of multiple companies goods to fill a trailer. This service is a cost-effective way to transport small and medium-sized shipments, which would not account for a full truckload on their own. However, if shipping a commodity that requires special handling, is time-critical, or is of high-value, GLC recommends a dedicated truck regardless of the load’s size.
How is my freight class determined?
The National Motor Freight Traffic Association created the National Motor Freight Classification® (NMFC®) standard to establish a commodity’s transportability. The NMFC® has 18 classes, ranging from 50-500, and it classifies items based on four characteristics: Density, Stowability, Handling, and Liability. Proper classification of your goods is crucial as the lower the classification, the lower the rate. GLC will confirm your goods’ correct class and ensure that it placed correctly on the bill of lading for each shipment.
What does free time with a live load mean?
Free time refers to the amount of time the trucker will wait for the trailer or container to be loaded. After the free time has expired, an hourly detention rate will apply.