These documents are necessary for dispatching service. These documents are essential for dispatching service.
Sheet Of Charges
Rate sheets are documents that provide information about costs for transporting cargo.
To calculate freight costs, most cases use weight increments up to 100 lbs. Freight prices are abbreviated “cents per 100weight (CWT)”.
There are many variables that affect freight rates, and more specifically LTL freight prices. Lower freight classes are more fuel-efficient because they have higher density, resist damage, and easier handling.
Load Confirmation Rates Agreement
Rate agreement and load confirmation are legally binding documents which contain information about the cargo to be carried and rates.
This is a confirmation that the price was agreed upon previously. The carrier then must sign the load verification agreement. It should then be returned to the broker or shipper.
Report on inspections and weighing procedures
A weighing and inspect document is a document detailing the results of inspection by the carrier driver to ensure that the freight’s characteristics match the description on its bill of lading.
A bill or Lading, also known as a BOL, is a document that must be used whenever goods are being moved. This bill of lading contains all information about the goods being transported.
There is a couple of main types of bills. Straight bill of delivery signifies that the carrier has paid all charges. An ordered bill of delivery indicates the shipper will deliver the bill to the carrier as soon the freight has been loaded onto a trailer.
The document will attest that the cargo meets NSC Standard 10 requirements. The carrier will sign the bill of lading.
A bill of lading is a legal and binding contract that sets out the terms and conditions of carriage. However, a bill can contain components like accessories.
Accessorials are vital to the contract of carriage as they cover services not included in the per-mile charging structure. “
Photocopy for delivery (POD).
This is the final step in shipping cargo. The recipient can digitally sign for the shipment’s receipt.
After you have received proof of delivery, it’s time to send it with your commercial invoice.
This section gives an overview of the most important pieces of documentation truckers must have to complete a shipment. Truckers can organize these papers using software that manages transportation.