Determining the correct NMFC (National Motor Freight Classification) is critical to successful shipping and controlling costs. The NMFC is used by carriers to categorize and identify freight to provide a rate to shippers. Are you aware of the upcoming NMFC changes which will take place in August?
In August, a number of NMFC changes will take place. Commodities such as pipe/tubing, glass windshields, sewing machines, cabinets, temperature-controlled shipping containers, water softeners, water filters, water purifiers, water filter tanks, dietary supplements, vitamins, deep fryers, hair dryers, boat or aircraft seats, air or hydronic furnaces, solar collectors, wax paper and paper cups will undergo a change in NMFC.
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