Nationwide Full Truckload Services
Titan Worldwide provides full truckload shipping services for businesses of all sizes and across all industries – nationwide and on time. Whether it’s FTL shipments or LTL shipments, you won’t find the same service levels, cost-effective solutions, or expertise at other trucking companies as you will at Titan Worldwide. We’ve streamlined the shipping process for maximum efficiency: TWW routes the trucks directly to their final destination with no stops between to ensure your freight gets to where it is going so it is on time, every time.
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Our Full Truckload Shipping Services & Capabilities
Whether your loads are standard, hazardous, or oversized FTL shipments, you can rely on Titan’s experience. With a network of thousands of authorized carriers and a dedicated team of Titans consistently tracking every shipment, you can rest assured with full transparency in our freight shipping.
Dry Van Shipping
Dry vans offer security and basic weather protection for your freight. Compared to other shipping modes, there is less risk of damage from handling with FTL freight because the driver will not have to move your cargo around other freight.
Our transport expertise spans the temperature-controlled arena and, in turn, becomes your advantage when using Titan’s freight shipping. We will match your products to the perfect trailer with the temperature ideal for the load. Quality assurance is more than just a benefit when it comes to refrigerated goods—it is a necessity.
Our intermodal logistics experts combine the right shipping modes to maximize efficiency, coordinating rail to truck transportation for the delivery of long-haul freight.
Flatbed, Step Deck, Lowboy & RGN
Does your FTL shipment contain heavy machinery, larger cargo, or tall freight? We can haul heavy or oversized loads of any size on flatbed, step deck, lowboy, or RGN trailers. We have drivers equipped with 2-axle removable gooseneck trailers all the way up to 14-axle trailers to carry some of the biggest equipment on the road. From bulldozers to heavy duty cranes — Titan can handle it.
High Risk/High Value Freight
If you have fragile or high-risk cargo to be shipped, FTL shipping is an ideal shipping method. Your goods will travel in one trailer from pick up to delivery, lowering the potential risk of damage during transfer.
Long & Short Haul Hot Shot Trucking
Shipping often means combating steep supply/demand imbalances and changes in the market on a daily basis. If you have a long or short haul FTL shipment you need delivered quickly, Titan’s Hot Shot Trucking services ensure our supply chain is in order to prepare for those fluctuations so you don’t have to join the battle.
If you own or lease a trailer and need a power-only hauler to move your freight, Titan will provide a fast and reliable trucker to get the job done.
Our hazmat FTL freight shipping services offer secure, certified shipping for hazardous materials in any DOT freight class. Our experts will help you navigate permits, ensure goods are properly packaged, and communicate closely with you every step of the way until the moment your cargo is safely delivered.
Titan provides expert solutions to meet your FTL shipping needs
Contact us today to discuss how our FTL shipping services can provide faster delivery and better rates than LTL shipping. We listen well and work together to create a truly successful supply chain with no weak links.
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Full Truckload Shipping Across All 50 States
As one of the most reputable FTL carriers, we’ve grown a network with vast reach, giving you global access for all of your shipping needs. Our priority is working with you to ensure your success in a competitive global market.
Full Truckload Shipping FAQ
What's the difference between FTL shipping and LTL shipping?
FTL shipping – short for full truckload shipping– is for shippers with enough freight to fill up an entire truck or trailer and the pickup and/or delivery time is critical. LTL shipping (less than truckload) is for shippers without enough freight to fill up an entire truck or trailer and there is flexibility with the pickup and/or delivery schedule. LTL freight is more common for small shipments of a few pallets.
Typically, FTL shipping is quicker than LTL shipping because the shipment goes straight to the final destination on one truck without handling other shipments and multiple locations along the way. LTL shipments generally have several stops before arriving at their destinations. Titan Worldwide can help you decide between LTL and FTL shipping to save money and suit your business needs. Read more about LTL shipping.
What is the maximum weight a truck can carry?
The average weight of cargo that a truck and trailer combination can safely handle is generally around 42,000lbs. to 44,000lbs. A dry van, which is an enclosed trailer, is able to carry around 45,000lbs. If you want a more accurate weight, it’s best to defer to the driver and ask what he is comfortable hauling. Anything more than this common 45k weight would need to go on a trailer with more axles such as a removable gooseneck (or RGN). Read more about trailer types.
Are FTL shipments faster than LTL shipments?
Actual transport time for FTL shipping is much quicker than LTL, due to the truck not having smaller shipments or other deliveries along the route.
Is FTL more cost efficient than LTL?
LTL shipping generally offers cost savings compared to an FTL shipment because the expense is divided between shippers. However, for larger shipments that can fill an entire trailer to near-full or full capacity, FTL shipment rates are more cost-effective.
What is cooperative outsourcing and why is it important?
Today, pressures continue to rise for organizations worldwide due to globalization and overall lack of proper talent in the supply chain industry. Cooperative outsourcing makes sense to bridge the gap.
With this type of planning, you are now entered into a relationship that gives you the power to add services and resources to your already existing platform that will create positive outcomes. Titans of the industry work hand-in-hand with your team, learning the ongoing challenges, quantifying the accumulated data, and creating evolving solutions to drive financial metrics. You ultimately have a team of Titans standing by to help with supply chain management all along the way.