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Definitions
These are our interpretation of trade terms and should not be considered an absolute statement of fact.
Truckload
There are many references to truckloads of merchandise. It could be a certain number of pallets or a hand stacked truckload of furniture. We would define a truckload of merchandise as a substantial quantity of merchandise that ships from one location to another without multiple stops. Low quantities of merchandise like individual pallets that ship with other individual pallets to different locations with multiple stops are referred to as LTL or less than a truckload.
 
A 53 foot truck can generally hold 26 pallets on the floor. Some pallets can be stacked on top of each other. This is called a double stack. You can get 52 pallets on the same truck on a double stack if everything fits just right.
 
 
 
 
 
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