Carrier Information for YRC Freight LTL Terminal in Eugene,OR

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YRC Freight

Headquartered in Overland Park, KS, YRC Freight is an asset-based service provider with LTL service throughout North America. Parent company, Yellow Transportation, was founded in 1924.

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Address

3500 W 1ST AVE Eugene, OR 97402

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Phone

800-610-6500

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Email

customer.service@yrcfreight.com

Tips for preparing your LTL Shipment

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A freight quote is just that: a quote. It is only as accurate as the information supplied to obtain it, and it is not guaranteed to be the final price you will pay for your shipment.

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To avoid unnecessary rebills, make sure that you carefully record the weights, dimensions, and freight class of your cargo for your paperwork, indicate any accessorials you may need to complete a shipment, and communicate with your carrier and consignee to avoid any delays, missed pickups, or missed delivery windows.

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Additional services like liftgates, driver assist, and residential delivery can result in added charges on your freight invoice.

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 difference between cargo insurance and freight insurance?

Cargo insurance and freight insurance cover shipments transported via water, air, road, and rail. In the context of LTL shipping, cargo and freight insurance are used interchangeably.

What is the difference between cargo and freight?

While the terms are often used interchangeably, traditionally speaking, freight refers to goods moved overland via truck or train, while cargo refers to goods moved overseas via ocean carriers or aircraft.

How is cargo insurance calculated?

From general liability, freight classification, cargo, prior loss history, to a host of other factors, there are too many dynamics involved with each LTL shipment calculate the cost of cargo insurance with a simple formula. However, a base rate for cargo insurance usually starts the value of what you’re insuring. A percentage is then calculated based off a dollar value (usually in cents) to every $100 of the invoice total. That percentage will dictate the minimum cost of insurance.

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