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Advanced Freight Consolidation & LTL Pooling

At InTek Freight & Logistics, we offer advanced freight consolidation and LTL pooling solutions, leveraging our MercuryGate TMS (transportation management system) to provide you a competitive advantage in rates and service for various loads and lanes, while you focus on running your business.

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Optimize your logistics costs and resources


Turn your shipping and logistics into a competitive advantage


Focus on running your business


Enhance your customer experience

Less than truckload (LTL) consolidation and freight pooling options can save time and money, but companies without the right technology and expertise often find themselves…

  • Confused about factors like class ratings, tariff schedules, service coverage maps and claims
  • Operating without a clear LTL freight consolidation strategy
  • Missing out on the best pricing options
  • Unnecessarily dealing with slower delivery times and late deliveries 

With an LTL freight consolidation strategy, a shipper is essentially converting its LTL volume to truckload. At InTek, we make this conversion seamless, leveraging our extensive national distribution center network opening an array of opportunities for improved service and simplified, reduced freight costs. Reduce your worries and benefit from consolidated freight shipping opportunities through our expertise and TMS technology.

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LTL Freight Consolidation By the Numbers

Up to 50%

Savings over traditional LTL


Fewer touches, reducing opportunities for damage


Faster delivery times when shippers consolidate freight

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LTL Consolidation


What Is LTL Freight Consolidation?

LTL freight consolidation combines multiple LTL shipments within a particular geographic region into a truckload or intermodal container that is then line hauled to a destination point. There, the shipments are broken down and shipped LTL for local final mile delivery.

The LTL freight pool process can involve multiple orders from the same shipper or distributor, or loads from multiple companies with nearby locations. Freight pooling is much like carpooling, but instead of a combination of people, it's consolidation of freight.


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Complete Guide to Truckload, LTL, Expedite pillar


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According to the US Department of Transportation, there are over 700,000 registered motor carriers and another 17,000 freight brokers. With so many options, it can be difficult identifying the “right fit” for your company.

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