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Shipping 1-6 skids under 10,000 lbs? PWL partners with over 90 national and regional carriers across the U.S. and Canada to give you the lowest rates and full transparency on all your shipments.

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Looking for new strategies to cut costs, save energy and increase your supply chain efficiency on longer haul shipments? Intermodal shipping is on the rise and the PWL team gives you access to over 100,000 intermodal containers.

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Moving more than 6 skids, 5,000 lbs and/or taking up 12-32 linear feet on a truck? PWL compares LTL rates with volume/partial truckload rates to guarantee the best fit for your shipment at competitive rates.

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Working on a time sensitive shipment that requires immediate delivery? PWL provides services for urgent shipments all over the US via air, ground, and expedited LTL services.

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Having trouble locating available truckers to handle your full truckload needs? With thousands of strategic carrier relationships preloaded in our TMS software, PWL has the power to accommodate your shipments across the country and Canada quickly, safely, efficiently, and in a cost-effective manner.

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Need help sourcing carriers who service FCL and LCL shipments to and from ports nationwide? PWL works with the top qualified carriers in the industry to service all of the major ports nationwide.

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What To Know About Intermodal Transportation


Intermodal transportation can take several paths, but the most common application is a truck on both ends for pickup and delivery, with the long-haul accomplished via railroad flatcar service fo

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What is LTL?

LTL | Less Than Truckload Transportation

A shipment that does not require a full 48- or 53-foot trailer can be shipped via Less Than Truckload, or LTL. Shippers use this option, which can be cost-effective and environmentally fr

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As the Trucking Industry Explodes – Truckers Diminish…

As per the last report by the ATA: In 2013, the trucking industry revenue was $682 billion dollars operated by 1.3 million trucking companies registered with the US DOT. Of these, 725,179 are private carriers, 465,697 are for-hire carrier

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