package freight

package freight

[′pak·ij ‚frāt]
(industrial engineering)
Freight shipped in lots insufficient to fill a complete car; billed by the unit instead of by the carload.
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The consultancy's experts have helped them reduce G&A expenses such as merchant card fees, office supplies, packaging, factory consumables, chemicals, telecommunications and small package freight.
Like Wanderer, some can unload their own cargoes, others depend on port facilities while some even package freight as it is loaded.
Fitch believes UPS's ownership and recent investment in its facilities at the airport indicate a long-term commitment to its Louisville operations; however, Fitch views the airport's dependence on a package freight business that can fluctuate with the economy as a credit concern.
and its subsidiary, RPS, the nation's second largest ground carrier of small package freight.
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The Acclaim technology is a critical component to automate package freight sorting and routing.
Today, CNF is well positioned and uniquely capable of providing heavyweight as well as mail and package freight transportation, full logistics and mail sortation services, and by capitalizing on such trends as E-Commerce, outsourcing, integrated solutions and globalization.