CROSS BORDER TRUCKING
ATA GLOBAL LOGISTICS CO., LTD. (ATA) provides cross border trucking both FTL and LTL to suit the customer needs.
We also preferable offer “One-Stop Service” to customer such as customs brokerage with various forms for tax privilege to recently hottest destination at Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam as we called “CLMV” through Thailand borders for each destination countries to deliver your cargoes punctually and accurately with a competitive budget.
CLMV customs borders
Thailand to Myanmar
- Shing Khon
- Pu Nam Ron
Thailand to Cambodia
- Baan Leam
- Nong Preu
- Baan Khoa Din
- Baan Pak Kard
Thailand to Laos
- Chiangkhong-Huai Xai
- Thungchang-Huai Khon
Thailand to Malaysia
- Songkhla-Pagang Besar
We can handle both domestic transportation and shipment to neighboring countries. Whether full truck load or less than truck load, capital or provincial, we can deliver cargo anywhere and anytime.
Our Land Transport Services :
High Value goods
Type of trucking :
LTL (Less Than Truckload)
LTL shipping stands for less than truckload, meaning that the shipment will not take up an entire truck.
With an LTL shipment, you only pay for the space in the truck that you need. For example, if your shipment only takes up one-third of the space on the truck, you only pay for one-third of the truck. The rest of the truck will then be filled with other small shipments from other companies, making LTL freight shipping a great choice for small businesses that do not ship in large quantities and are looking for something that is budget friendly.
LTL freight shipments will often take a bit longer to reach their destinations, due to the multiple shipments on board creating frequent stops. If time is of the essence, you may want to consider FTL shipping.
FTL (Full Truckload)
FTL shipping stands for full truckload, meaning that the shipment will take up an entire truck by itself. FTL shipments are typically used when there are ten or more palettes that need to ship.
It is generally easy to know when your shipment needs to be shipped via FTL, but sometimes smaller shipments can also benefit from FTL freight shipping. If your shipment is high-risk, FTL may be the better option.
FTL shipments stay on the same truck the entire time and are not transferred during transport, so there is significantly less risk of damage. This method of transportation is also much quicker than LTL, since only one shipment is on board and there will not be multiple stops along the way.
When deciding on the most appropriate type of shipment for your freight, always keep in mind the size of your shipment, your budget, how fragile the freight is, and how quickly you need your shipment to reach its destination. If you have a large shipment that is delicate in nature and needs to arrive quickly, FTL is your best bet. If your shipment is small, sturdy, and not in a time crunch, LTL will fit your needs.