While there are many types of accessorial charges, the most important ones include detention fees, stop-off charges, lumper charges, layover charges, reconsignment charges, Truck Ordered Not Used (TONU) fees, and lift gate charges. A clear understanding of your supply chain will help you anticipate accessorial charges, allowing you to plan beforehand and keep freight costs under control.
Rejected freight can cause monetary losses as rejected shipments need to be moved to the spot market, where the rates are considerably higher, and this could challenge the reputation of your 3PL business. It is crucial to track the rejection percentage of freight as well as the number of loads accepted by carriers, so that you can monitor and analyze recurring patterns, if any.
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