The Essential Guide to NMFC's Minimum LTL Packaging Requirements  

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This free guide by the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA) shows you how proper packaging saves money, ensures safe delivery, and minimizes liability worries.

NMFC Minimum LTL Packaging Requirements

Less-than-truckload (LTL) freight is unique. It generally shares containers with other shipments and can be loaded/unloaded multiple times, subjecting them to a lot of movement. Ensuring the packaging meets standards is critical in ensuring claims are kept to a minimum, and freight arrives on time and safely. 

This comprehensive guide unveils the secrets to complying with the National Motor Freight Classification's (NMFC)® minimum LTL packaging requirements, to help you optimize your LTL shipments. 

If you're a packaging specialist at a shipping company, or a professional at a carrier organization who wants to better educate its shipper customers on NMFC's packaging standards, this guide is for you. 

Read the guide to learn:

  • How to efficiently and effectively pack your LTL shipments.
  • The exact specifications for different packaging types, from boxes to cylinders to prevent your freight from damages.
  • Proven strategies to protect your LTL freight and avoid liability issues and costly claims.

Click "Download Now" to claim your free copy to start protecting your LTL freight properly.



The National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC)® is the industry standard for LTL freight identification and classification. For more information visit


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