Cold Chain Logistics: LTL

Quality delivery of refrigerated and frozen LTL (Less Than Truckload) shipments demands a higher level of expertise from your shipping partner. While frozen and refrigerated FTL (Full Truck Load) shipments typically pick up and deliver without multiple stops, warehousing and divided temperature controlled units, LTL shipments can and do require these additional steps resulting in a more sensitive and complicated cold chain. 

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Because LTL shipments are smaller–usually 1-6 pallets and under 10,000 pounds–they travel to their destinations with other shipments. This means more stops, more handling, longer transit times, and more opportunities for error. And everyone knows that there is little room for error in the specialized and highly regulated world of cold chain logistics.

At Pyramid Transport, we love the challenge of creating the most efficient and cost-effective solution for your frozen or refrigerated freight LTL shipments. But no matter what size your shipment is–one, ten, or 25 pallets–our cold chain specialists will make sure your chilled freight will arrive at its destination at the correct temperature because we monitor location, temperature, and security of your shipment every step of the way.

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Our experts have 25 years of experience in the never-boring, highly-volatile world of cold chain logistics. With over 5000 carriers in our database, we’ll match your freight with the best possible transportation.

We understand that each frozen or refrigerated shipment is unique. We ask the right questions and find the best answers. The transportation of frozen and refrigerated LTL is a risky business, but at Pyramid Transport, we’ve got your back!

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