Freight is classified using the item's density, as determined by its weight and dimension. Stowability, handling and liability are also considered when identifying freight classification. More »

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Freight classes are classifications that are used to identify shipments. These classes are based on multiple factors involved with a shipment including the weight, length and height. The shipment's ease of handling, dens... More »

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The National Motor Freight Classification is a motor industry standard providing a comparison of 18 classes of commodities moving through interstate, intrastate and foreign commercial systems. It is published by the Nati... More »

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The handling requirements, liability, the ability to stow the freight and the density in terms of height, weight and length determine the freight class of a shipment. Using these four characteristics of the shipment, the... More »

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Any item that is shipped by freight is given a designated shipping class number, which categorizes the item by type, height, length, weight and other measurements. There are 18 different freight classes ranging from 50 t... More »

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A National Motor Freight Classification table communicates the transportability rating of an item based primarily on that item's density. Other elements factored into the item's transportability include the handling, sto... More »

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A National Motor Freight Classification chart communicates the transportability rating of an item based primarily on that item's density. Other elements factored into the item's transportability include the handling, sto... More »

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