Full truckload FTL
What is the difference between full truckload (FTL) and less-than truckload (LTL)? It is simply the amount of trailer space a single freight shipment requires. FTL fills up the entire space of a trailer while LTL is used when freight only takes up a portion of a trailer. EZ Loader TMS provides myriad tools to help brokers manage and provide important information to their customers for full truckload shipments: digital rate confirmations, digital carrier onboarding, auto-generated documentation (which can be sent directly from EZ Loader), and address and item books. It makes multi-stop loads easier to manage whether they are van, flatbed, or dimensional freight. Truckload shipment tracking and EZ Loader’s dashboards provide real time updates on truckload shipments and help users gain great visibility into their operations.