Ground Freight

Logistics Term

Ground Freight Definition

Ground freight, or road freight transport, uses trucks, trailers, and other motorized options to ship cargo. Ground (road) freight is the transportation of goods using motor vehicles. Ground freight is a cheap option, and some factors influencing when the goods arrive include the distance between the pick-up and drop-off locations, routes, and seasons.

Ground Freight - In The Field

Ground freight of a full truckload is faster than that of a less-than-truckload because the driver doesn't have to stop delivering goods to other clients. Ground freight is offered using different types of trucks. The truck used is determined by the size and weight of the goods to be transported. Ground (road) freight is the most common way to transport goods.

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