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Category: Shipping & Freight Tips

Freight Shipping Tips for First-Time Shippers

Did you know freight shipping is an option that can save everyone — even first time, casual shippers — time and money? The average parcel carrier charges additional fees for heavy or oversized packages, but there are better options out there. A reputable trucking company or shipping company, such as Moto Transportation has a vast network […]

Vehicle Transportation Tips

Whether you have recently purchased a vehicle out of town or you are a dealer transporting multiple vehicles, it is important to take the proper care and attention to ensure your vehicle is received as expected. At Moto Transportation, we offer a vehicle transportation services that are designed to ensure the job is done correctly […]

Freight Shipping Tips: How to Package Your Freight

Knowing how to package your freight is important, not only for the safety of the contents but to ensure you are accurately billed and all your packages are delivered together. Also, if the contents are not properly packaged, you hold the risk that your freight shipment may be refused or damaged by the carrier. At […]

Tracking Your Freight Shipment

When it comes to freight shipping and receiving, one of the most important variables when selecting an appropriate transportation partner is the reliability of the partner’s tracking systems. Ensuring that all of your products reach their destination on schedule is important; however, unforeseen circumstances can often hold up the transportation process and add an unpreventable […]

Less-than-truckload Shipping in Western Canada

When used properly, businesses can significantly improve their bottom line with less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping. As one of the leaders in freight transportation across North America, Moto Transportation has the resources, equipment and experience to handle any type of less-than-truckload shipping in Western Canada. LTL shipping is a flexible, cost-effective method of shipping with many great […]

Cross-Border Shipping Checklist

There are many significant differences between domestic shipping and cross border shipping that must be carefully and thoroughly followed in order to ensure that packages are able to reach their destination properly. Moto Transportation has been handling cross-border shipping between Canada and the United States for many years and specializes in freight shipping between California […]

Advantages of the Air Ride High Cube Dry Van

If your business uses any type of dry van trucking services to transport important materials, it might be beneficial to consider the advantages of air ride high cube dry van equipment. Air ride suspension was designed specifically for transporting important shipments and is ideal for any type of fragile materials that need to be moved. […]

The Customs Self Assessment Program

Canadian importers are always looking for new ways to improve logistical capabilities and expedite shipping processes. The Customs Self Assessment Program (CSA Transportation) was developed as a way to accelerate the processing of low-risk imports entering Canada for approved carriers and drivers. The Customs Self Assessment Program benefits both importing companies and the Canadian Border Services […]

Dry Van Shipping: The Easiest Way to Ship Along the West Coast

With so many shipping options available nowadays, it’s important to understand which ones will yield the best results for your business. Whether your West Coast shipping needs are domestic or cross border, it’s important to consider the benefits of Dry Van Shipping. Here are a few of the many benefits associated with Dry Van Shipping: […]

When your shipment goes “In Bond to Canada”

What does In-Bond shipment mean? An in-bond shipment is an imported or exported shipment that has yet to be cleared by Customs. The in-bond shipment process allows for the goods to be moved or stored by the government, even if they have not been obtained approval by Customs. In-bond shipping can be done for a […]