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We can help take the headaches of truckload services like full truckload shipping (FTL) off your plate. That includes sourcing capacity, scheduling appointments, freight quoting, optimizing routes, troubleshooting issues, tracking orders, and overall management of your full truckload shipments.

Our team is focused on finding you the right FTL carrier for the best value. That means reliable capacity that you can afford and the best possible outcome for your freight. Regardless of whether you need help with a special project, one-time order, or reoccurring shipment, we can help identify the best options and pricing available. Additionally, our vast carrier base is uniquely qualified to meet your retail and grocery transportation needs, and our specialized operational teams have the institutional expertise to help you deliver on challenging retail service demands. Gain access to our network of 25,000+ qualified carriers and let Fortio uncover the best capacity options.

Fortio Solutions can provide you with the elevated logistics service you need to meet production timelines, On Time, In Full (OTIF) and Must Arrive by Date (MABD) requirements while still providing competitive full truckload rates.


FTL Freight Tracking for Truckload Services 

With our specialized softwares and automated shipment updates, Fortio Solutions’ customers gain real-time visibility to the location and status of their orders. Our proprietary track-and-trace platform lets you follow the route your freight takes, providing check-in notes, and details along the way. Never again wonder about the status of your shipment.

In addition to increased load status visibility, our team can provide customers a full analyses of their transportation network. Our team will provide you with clear, easy-to-interpret data, and key performance indicators (KPIs) to help track your transportation network’s overall efficiency and spend.

Full Truckload Shipping 

Full truckload shipping refers to the use of a dedicated truck to move a shipment from one point to another. It can refer to both dry vans and refrigerated equipment.

Dry Van –Used when transporting goods that don’t need to be kept within a specific temperature range. Great for any shelf-stable product. When thinking of full truckload shipping, this is the idea that most likely comes to mind.​​

  • Equipment size – 53’ or 48’

  • Door types – swing, roll up, and lift gate

Temp Control/Refrigerated (Reefer) – Used when transporting freight that must be kept at a specific temperature to prevent spoilage or breakage. Often used for the transport of perishable food and beverage products or to protect freight from environmental conditions. Full truckload shipping is most often used when a shipper has enough freight to fill an entire semi, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. There are numerous benefits to full truckload shipping that make it appealing over other modes, even for smaller shipments. Learn more about partial shipping here.

Traditional Uses for Truckload Services​​

  • Orders that are 10 pallets or more

  • Shipments exceeding 15,000 pounds

  • Dedicated transport for expedited shipments

  • Long haul and short haul

  • Consolidation and multi-drop shipments

  • Drop trailer programs

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