Carrier Information for Southeastern Freight Lines LTL Terminal in Harahan,LA

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Southeastern Freight Lines

For over 70 years, Southeastern Freight Lines has provided freight transportation. In addition to its own service centers in 13 states and Puerto Rico, Southeastern has a network of service partners that enables delivery throughout North America.

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Address

1525 Sam's Ave Harahan, LA 70123

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Phone

504-818-2411

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Email

customer.service@sefl.com

Tips for preparing your LTL Shipment

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The information you fill out when you obtain a carrier quote is transferred to the bill of lading (BOL). It should contain all the necessary information regarding the cargo’s description, origin, destination, and consignee.

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You should check on the location and status of your shipment frequently to stay on top of any potential delays, so you can adjust your expectations and adapt your supply chain, if necessary.

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Packaging your freight correctly is the best way to protect your items from damage and make them easier to transport.

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

Can you ship LTL without pallets?

While palletizing shipments is preferable, and will increase the transportability of the cargo, making your freight classification lower and less expensive, it is not required. LTL can accommodate many oversized, oddly-shaped, or uniquely-packaged shipments.

What is the average cost for a LTL shipment?

The average cost for LTL shipments will vary depending on the carrier, freight class, and other factors. Many LTL shipments will cost between $0.22 and $0.42 per pound, while some will fall into a wider range of $0.10 to $0.75 per pound.

How to Track LTL Shipments?

The first and most universal way to track your shipment through your LTL carrier is by using the bill of lading (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 logged location.

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