Carrier Information for AAA Cooper Transportation LTL Terminal in Chicago,IL

AAA Cooper Transportation

AAA Cooper Transportation is a transporation solutions provider. This carrier offers less-than-truckload and truckload services. This carrier is a multi-regional service and has facilities in the southwest, midwest and southeast regions of the country.

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Address

4300 West 72nd St Chicago, IL 60629

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Phone

(773) 767-3887

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Email

customercare@aaacooper.com

Tips for preparing your LTL Shipment

Record your shipment dimensions and weight accurately to avoid overspending.

Make sure you package everything securely to avoid transit damage of your goods.

Prepare your Bill of Lading accurately.

Common questions about LTL

How are LTL freight rates determined?

LTL freight rates are determined based on a shipment’s weight, dimensions, freight class, origin and destination, fuel costs, and any accessorial charges. Every LTL carrier establishes its own base rates, but many are willing to negotiate discounts. It can be challenging to accurately compare LTL shipping rates just by looking at base prices or discounts because they’re almost always different from carrier to carrier, so it’s important to do thorough research or partner with a 3PL before you ship.

What’s a bill of lading?

A bill of lading (BOL) is a document that serves as a contract between shippers and carriers, a receipt for services, and a document of title. The bill of lading contains all the information necessary for the carrier to execute the LTL freight shipment and invoice it correctly, such as the name and address of the consignor and consignee, a description of the goods being transported, and the terms of the contract between shipper and carrier. The BOL should be provided to the carrier upon pickup, and a copy should be attached to the shipment itself.

What is the Difference Between FTL and LTL Freight Shipping?

The most significant difference between LTL and FTL is the size of a shipment. Less-than-truckload (LTL) only takes up a portion of a trailer, full truckload (FTL) fills it entirely. When shipping FTL, you are responsible for the total costs associated with the truck, driver, fuel, and other transportation costs. With LTL, you share those costs with the other shippers that have loads in the truck.

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