Get more from less-than-truckload
With Uber Freight’s less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping, you have the flexibility to move goods quickly, conveniently, and at competitive rates.
Keep loads of any size moving efficiently
Streamline your delivery operations by moving partial loads with Uber Freight’s network of 150+ verified LTL carriers.
Book loads in advance
Instant quotes allow you to tender and book LTL shipments up to 30 days in advance.
Extend your capacity
Uber Freight’s reliable network of verified carriers is always there to help you get your delivery where it needs to go.
Get the best rate
Book confidently with quotes from multiple carriers on Uber Freight.
Simplify LTL shipping
Minimize input errors, easily create a tracking dashboard, and pay for LTL shipments on the same platform.
Maximize carrier capacity
Source from the country’s best, verified network of 150+ LTL carriers offering instant quotes, competitive rates, and transparent pricing.
Streamline your operations
Access LTL shipping with the same login, payment terms, and tendering experience as FTL shipping on Uber Freight.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, Uber Freight offers an LTL shipping solution through its Shipper Platform. You can book, manage, track and pay for LTL shipments directly from the dashboard. Sign up here.
Uber Freight quotes LTL rates with full transparency to help minimize input errors. We provide accurate quotes from the start, unlike some providers that show fees after the shipment is sent. That means no hidden fees.
Less than truckload (LTL) is a cost-effective and efficient shipping option to transport goods that do not require an entire truck. LTL can be defined as typically 6 pallets or less or generally up to 10,000 lbs. Learn more about LTL shipping here.
Unlike FTL shipments which can require an entire truck and weigh up to 20,000 lbs., LTL will not fill an entire truck, leaving space for other small shipments.
LTL tracking allows shippers to access real-time information about their shipments. The LTL tracking system provides updates on the shipment’s status, including pickup, transit, and delivery milestones. This information may include the current location, estimated delivery date, any delays, and proof of delivery. Learn more about how LTL tracking works here.