What LTL freight class are computers in?


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The less-than-truckload freight class for computers is 92.5. This class also includes monitors, refrigerators and any product that weighs 10.5 pounds per cubic foot to 12 pounds per cubic foot.

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The National Motor Freight Traffic Association establishes freight classes through the National Motor Freight Classification. Each classification has a corresponding less-than-truckload, or LTL, freight class number. This standardizes the price for shipments for different carriers, warehouses and brokers. The factors that determine freight class are density and value, how easy the item is to ship, handling, and liability. Classifying a shipment correctly prevents wasted time over disputes and extra charges should the carrier reclassify the shipment.

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