Carrier Information for Estes Express Lines LTL Terminal in Lakewood,NJ

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Estes Express Lines

The largest privately-held freight company in North America, Estes Express provides direct service to all 50 states. In 1931, Estes founder W.W. Estes first began hauling livestock in rural Virginia.

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Address

105 Lehigh Ave Lakewood, NJ 08701

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Phone

732-901-0472

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Email

LAKEWOOD@ESTES-EXPRESS.COM

Tips for preparing your LTL Shipment

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Packaging is available in a wide range of materials and styles. What you choose should be determined by the size, weight, shape, and fragility of the items in your shipment.

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Booking your LTL shipment online gives you the best opportunity to take advantage of deals, customize quotes based on your budget, and calculate your total costs with all the necessary information and additional fees included upfront.

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While price is certainly important, the cheapest rate and best rate are not always the same thing. The cheapest rate may look like the obvious choice, until unforeseen issues arise

Follow your freight.

Koho is digitally integrated with our carriers' tracking systems so you know where your shipment is at all times.

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Common questions about LTL

What is the shipment process?

The LTL shipping process consists of getting a quote, booking a shipment, packaging and preparing the shipment, pickup, transportation, and delivery. The details of the shipment are negotiated and determined when you receive a quote from an LTL carrier.

Can we track shipment by BOL number?

Every BOL issued has a unique number assigned to it, and entering the BOL number into most LTL carriers’ websites will provide the shipment’s most recent location.

How can I check my BOL number?

You can usually find the number at the top right hand corner of the bill of lading, next to the words 'BOL #'. The number is always made up of 4 letters (the carrier's code), followed by an “8, 10 or 12” digit code.

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