If you're in the business of shipping goods via Less-than-Truckload (LTL), then you know that using the correct freight class is essential for calculating accurate shipping rates. We’ve compiled a list of different freight commodities and their associated freight class to help you estimate the cost of your shipment.
Please note that there are other factors that are involved with your shipment cost so use this information as a guide and let the experts at Koho help you understand everything you need to know about your LTL shipment.
Providing the correct freight class number is imperative to receiving an accurate freight shipping quote. Your freight class number is determined by dimension, density, stowability and handling. We’ve outlined some of the most common commodities to ship and their associated freight class numbers to easily look up the NMFC® code you need.