Carrier Information for Oak Harbor Freight Lines LTL Terminal in Newark,CA

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Oak Harbor Freight Lines

Oak Harbor Freight Lines is a regional carrier. It has facilities in Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. It offers both LTL and truckload shipping.

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Address

6700 Smith Newark, CA 94560

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Phone

(888) 623-1313

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Email

Tips for preparing your LTL Shipment

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Note any special handling or white glove services needed.

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Submitting an accurate description of your shipment when you get your quote is critical if you want to avoid additional charges on your freight invoice. The weight and dimensions should include all items, packaging, skids, and pallets used.

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LTL shipping involves a lot of moving parts that can cause potential delays. This makes it difficult to rely on estimated transit times, so it is important to keep track of your shipments.

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 does carrier location mean?

There are a variety of LTL carrier types, including local, regional, and national carriers. Different carriers operate or specialize in transporting goods to and from certain locations. Depending on where you're shipping and what route your shipment will take, some carriers may offer better deals than others.

Can you pick up a package at a carrier facility?

Freight terminals, or carrier terminals, are facilities where carriers can consolidate and organize shipments to be routed to their final destinations. Carriers have thousands of freight terminals across the country used for this purpose, and most of them can be used as places where shippers can drop off or pick up their shipments. Picking up or dropping off shipments at a freight terminal can save time and provide flexibility for shippers, and can save money on accessorial fees that may be required for a home or business delivery.

How many pallets is considered LTL?

Typical LTL shipments are comprised of between 1 and 12 pallets, and usually weigh between 150 and 10,000 lbs.

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