LTL Shipping

Dedicated LTL Pricing Analysts

Dedicated, Manual Tracking Teams

Pro-Active Invoice Audit

Not all LTL tariffs are designed the same. Our team of professionals can dissect each one of your LTL shipments Cubic Capacity, Density, and Linear Foot needs to ensure we find an LTL carrier that can haul your LTL shipment without risk of absorbent Cubic Capacity or Reclass fees. This service allows us to identify places where freight CAN be moved standard LTL, where many other providers will automatically revert to Volume or Dedicated Partial Options because the freight “Looks too big for standard LTL.” Our deep understanding of each carriers specific tariff allowances help us identify cost-saving opportunities.

Leading the Industry

An Industry leader in the LTL niche, Rally Expedited delivers decades of experience navigating the complicated and un-predictable LTL market. By leveraging Hundreds of Millions of dollars in annual LTL revenue from our customers, we have one of the most robust carrier portfolios and some of the deepest discounts and unique tariffs in the marketplace. Large or small, time sensitive or “slow-boat” – we have the right carrier for the job, every time.


What is considered Standard LTL?

What is the Difference between Standard LTL, Partial LTL, and Volume LTL?

How do I get a Quote?

A Freight shipment can typically run standard LTL if it meets the below parameters:

  • Cubes
    – If the shipment takes up less than 750 Cubes, it can run standard LTL if it fits within that specific LTL Carriers Linear Foot Allowance. Some carriers only allow up to 10 feet of deck-space, while others will allow all the way up to 25 feet.

  • Density
    – If the Shipment is over 750 Cubes, it can still run standard LTL as long as the total density of the shipment is over 6.

  • Density Based Commodities
    – If there is a density based commodity (Such as plastics or rubber) – the density of each pallet needs to be run individually to determine the class of each pallets. The Class of the shipment cannot be determined by running the density of all skids combined.