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August 31, 2021

A Comparison of LTL Freight Additional Service Fees (2021)

Business owner comparing LTL freight additional service fees as he prepares orders

If you use LTL freight carriers to ship your goods, you're probably concerned about costs. LTL freight charges can feel expensive, even when it's the most economical option. If you want to lower your shipping costs, spend some time comparing LTL freight additional service fees. Believe it or not, as much as three-fourths of your shipping costs can be made up solely of these fees. You may find terrific opportunities to lower your costs simply by picking the right carrier for the LTL freight additional service fees you routinely encounter.

What You'll Find in This Guide

This guide covers what ten of the most popular LTL shipping companies charge for each of the ten most common LTL freight additional service fees that e-commerce merchants encounter. The services and fees presented in this guide are for LTL freight shipments moving within the United States only.

Not an e-commerce merchant? Don't worry; these are still the ten additional services you're most likely to be concerned about.

Additional Service Fees Covered in This Guide

Collect On Delivery (COD)

Excessive Length / Over Length

Hazardous Material

Hold At Terminal

Inside Pickup or Delivery

Liftgate Pickup or Delivery

Limited Access Delivery

Notify Before Delivery

Residential Pickup or Delivery

Trade Show Pickup or Delivery

LTL Freight Carriers Presented in This Guide

Below is the list of carriers included in this guide. You can click on each carrier's name to access its Rules Tariff. A Rules Tariff describes how the carrier conducts its business, including the prices it charges. The LTL freight additional service fees identified in this guide were retrieved from these rules tariffs.

  1. ABF Freight

Effective: January 25, 2021

Last updated: June 28, 2021

  1. Estes Express (Accessorial Charges Chart)

Effective: November 30, 2020

Last updated: August 17, 2021

  1. FedEx Freight

Effective: January 4, 2021

Last updated: August 20, 2021

  1. Old Dominion Freight Lines (ODFL)

Effective: March 2, 2020

Last updated: July 1, 2021

  1. R+L Carriers (Quick Find Section Guide)

Effective: February 17, 2020

Last updated: August 8, 2021

  1. SAIA

Effective: August 6, 2021

Last updated: August 12, 2021

  1. Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL) (Special Service Charges Table)

Effective: March 1, 2021

Last updated: July 20, 2021

  1. TForce Freight (Formally UPS Freight)

Effective: June 1, 2021

Last updated: July 1, 2021

  1. XPO Logistics

Effective: August 16, 2021

Last updated: August 13, 2021

  1. YRC

Effective: January 6, 2021

Unfortunately, LTL freight carriers don't update their rules tariffs at the same time each year. Also, they often update them several times a year. You'll need to repeat your research a few times each year if you want to maintain an accurate view of the additional service fees.

How to Use This Guide

Entrepreneur researching LTL freight additional service fees that might apply to her business-1Don't rely exclusively on this guide for your research. While the guide may help you zero in on a carrier you might be interested in doing business with, don't use it as a substitute for the carrier's Rules Tariff. This guide summarizes information in the rules tariffs, and there may be additional details that are important for you to consider.

Your process for how to choose an LTL freight carrier should take many things into consideration, not just the cost of additional services. Use this guide as one of several resources you use to evaluate your best options.

The charges listed for each of the LTL freight additional service fees are the carriers' list prices. You should be able to negotiate discounts for the services you use most often. Ultimately, you're interested in the lowest price after the discount is applied to the base rate.

Carrier Rates for LTL Freight Additional Service Fees

Each of the ten LTL freight additional service fees you're most likely to encounter will be broken down individually. Following a brief description of each service, there's a table showing the minimum amount that each of the top ten carriers charges for the service and how they calculate the final fee.

To help maintain this article as a valuable resource for all, please alert us if you see a fee or comment that needs to be updated. The frequency of changes to the rules tariffs makes it a challenge to keep the information in this comparison up-to-date. You can notify us of any changes by sending an email to info@eniture.com.

Collect On Delivery (COD)

Collect On Delivery (COD) is a service that will allow you to ship an order prior to collecting payment for it. All the carriers in our round-up charge a percentage of the COD amount, and the fee is subject to a minimum charge. Estes Express is the lowest cost provider of the COD fee.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

>= $150

6% of COD amount, including appointment (at no additional charge); minimum charge of 150.00.

Estes Express

>= $100

6% of COD amount; minimum charge of $100.00 per shipment.

FedEx Freight

>= $149

5.90% of COD amount; minimum charge of $149.00 per shipment.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

>= $125

8.0% of COD amount; minimum charge of $125.00 per shipment.

R+L Carriers

>= $166.50

6.0% of COD amount; minimum charge of $166.50 per shipment.

SAIA

>= $149

6.0% of COD amount; minimum charge of $149.00 per shipment.

Southeastern (SEFL)

>= $85

6% of COD amount; minimum charge of $85.00 per shipment.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$95 - $5400

6% of COD amount; subject to a minimum charge of $95.00 and a maximum charge of $5400 per shipment.

XPO Logistics

>= $135.75

6% of COD amount; minimum charge of $135.75 per shipment.

YRC

>= $134

6% of COD amount; minimum charge of $134.00 per shipment.

 

Excessive Length/Over Length Fee

Carriers charge a fee when an item or handling unit exceeds a given length. The name for the fee varies, but Excessive Length, Extreme Length, and Over Length are the most common. The amount of the fee will increase the longer the length is.

For the carriers covered in this comparison, you'll begin incurring the fee when the length of your item or handling unit is 8 feet or more. Different thresholds exist that govern when each carrier increases its fee. There are also differences in the maximum length that each carrier will accept into their network.

Which carrier will appeal to you the most will depend on the length of the items you typically ship.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$100 - $2750.00

$100.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 11' in length.

$155.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 11' but <14' in length.

$215.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 14' but < 20' in length.

$400.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 20' but <= 27' in length.

$2750.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that >27'

Estes Express

$100 - $350

$100.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$150.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 12' but < 16' in length.

$200.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 16' but < 20' in length.

$350.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 20' but < 28' in length.

$500.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 28' but < 40' in length.

$750.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 40' in length.

FedEx Freight

$107 - $207

$107.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$207 per shipment with a dimension > 12' in length.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$125 - $300

$125.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$175.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 12' but < 20' in length.

$300.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 20' in length

R+L Carriers

$85 - $770

$85.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$150.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 12' but < 16' in length.

$250.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 16' but < 20' in length.

$385.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 20' but < 24' in length.

$770.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that is > 24' in length.

SAIA

$116.50 - $265

$116.50 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$169.50 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 12' but < 16' in length.

$233.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 16' but < 20' in length.

$381.50 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 20' in length.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$85 - $350

$85.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$150.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 12' but < 20' in length.

$250.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 20' but < 28' in length.

$350.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that > 28' in length.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$120 - $500

$120.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 12' in length.

$215.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 12' but < 20' in length.

$500.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 20' in length

XPO Logistics

$117.50 - $553.25

$117.50 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 11' in length.

$131.50 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 11' but <16' in length.

$242.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 16' but < 20' in length.

$553.25 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 20' in length.

YRC

$120 - $3,000

$120.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 8' but < 11' in length.

$300.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that => 11' but < 16' in length.

$600.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 16' but < 20' in length.

$1200.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that = > 20' but < 27' in length.

$3000.00 per shipment containing one or more articles that is > 27' in length.

 

Hazardous Materials

Goods that can harm people or the environment if not handled properly are hazardous materials or HAZMAT. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulates highway transportation of HAZMAT freight. HAZMAT freight needs special handling, which the carrier will charge you for.

The fees in the table represent the per-shipment fee charged by the carriers. Additional fees can apply if the carrier is required to obtain special permits from the states within which the shipment will be traveling. Be sure to read each carrier's Rules Tariff if you are shipping freight that will require additional permitting.

Old Dominion Freight Lines (ODFL) and Estes Express have the lowest HAZMAT fees at $30.00 per shipment.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$47.50

$47.50 per shipment per trailer in addition to all other applicable charges.

Estes Express

$30

$30.00 per shipment.

FedEx Freight

$37

$37.00 per shipment.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$30

$30.00 per shipment.

R+L Carriers

$46.20

$46.20 per shipment.

SAIA

$36.50

$36.50 per shipment.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$32

$32.00 per shipment.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$47.50

$47.50 per shipment.

XPO Logistics

$39.25

$39.25 per shipment.

YRC

$35 - $385

$35.00 minimum and $385.00 maximum per shipment. Not applicable from Mexico, Alaska, or US Virgin Islands.

 

Hold At Terminal

In some cases, holding a shipment for pickup at the delivery terminal can be more convenient and cheaper than having the freight delivered to the consignee's physical address. For example, later in this article, you'll discover that the fee for residential delivery can be hundreds of dollars. If your customer has access to a vehicle that can be used to retrieve the shipment from the terminal, the residential delivery fee can be avoided.

It may also be desirable to retrieve the freight from the terminal if the materials on the shipment are to be used by a traveling installation team or need to be available on a job site at a particular time.

Be forewarned, though; if the carrier has to store the shipment for any length of time, you'll be charged for Storage. Storage fees are charged daily and are usually subject to a minimum charge. If you use Hold At Terminal service, make sure you're confident about the receiver's willingness and ability to retrieve the shipment immediately after it arrives at the delivery terminal. Or that they will be paying for any storage fees.

LTL carriers are not consistent in how they refer to this service. In addition to Hold At Terminal, you'll hear the service referred to as Dock Pickup, Will Call, Service Center Pickup, and other similar phrases. While most of the carriers don't charge for this service, they may charge you to notify the receiver that the shipment is ready for pickup.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

($20) - ($40)

At the option of ABF Freight, the party performing the service may be paid an allowance of $0.50 per one hundred pounds of actual shipment weight, subject to a minimum of $20 and a maximum of $40 per shipment. (Restrictions apply.)

Estes Express

Free

$42.75 per shipment.

FedEx Freight

$61

When a shipment is consigned to Carrier's service center with instructions to hold the shipment at the service center for pickup.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$18

ODFL doesn't charge a fee for "Will Call" service, but it will charge you $18 to notify the consignee and schedule a pickup appointment.

R+L Carriers

Free

"Hold for pickup" must be written in the BOL special instructions, as well as the name and phone number of the individual who will pick up the shipment.

SAIA

$53

Shipments held at terminal for pickup will be assessed at a $53.00 notification fee.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$25

$25.00 per shipment.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$155

$155.00 per shipment.

XPO Logistics

$12.50

12.50 service charge for notification.

YRC

$16

$16 per shipment.

 

Inside Pickup or Delivery

When the carrier is asked to move all or part of shipments from or to positions beyond the point directly accessible or immediately adjacent to the vehicle, the Inside Pickup or Inside Delivery fee applies. Some carriers identify this service in their Rules Tariff as Handling Freight at Positions Not Immediately Adjacent to Vehicle.

Restrictions or additional charges may be incurred if you ask for the shipment to be located on a different floor than that at which the delivery is being made.

In most cases, you'll also pay a premium for Inside Pickup or Delivery to areas of New York City.

Old Dominion has the most affordable Inside Pickup or Inside Delivery fee, unless you challenge the maximum fees from SAIA or Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL).

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$140 - $1600

$14.00 per CWT. $140.00 minimum and $1400.00 maximum per occurrence.

For the borough of Manhattan (Zips 10001-10299):

$32.00 per CWT. $170.00 minimum and $1600.00 maximum per occurrence.

Estes Express

$100 - $1100

$10.25 per CWT for First floor/street level. $100.00 minimum and $1100.00 maximum. Each additional floor (above or below street level) is an additional $1.20 per CTW. $14.00 minimum.

For NY ZIPs 100-102, $14.50 per CWT. $110.00 minimum per occurrence.

FedEx Freight

$148 - $1487

$14.07 per CWT. $140.00 minimum and $1487.00 maximum per occurrence.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$80 - $525

$6.75 per CWT. $80.00 minimum and $525.00 maximum per occurrence.

For NY ZIPs 100-102, $14.50 per CWT. $99.00 minimum and $660.00 maximum per occurrence.

R+L Carriers

$166.50 - $1481.00

$16.70 per CWT. $166.50 minimum and $1661.40 maximum per vehicle.

SAIA

$121.50 - $630.50

$12.55 per CWT. $121.50 minimum and $630.50 maximum per vehicle.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$90 - $500

$7.50 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $90.00 and a maximum charge of $500.00.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$148 - $1240

Postal Codes other than NYC Metro Area:

$14.00 per CWT. $148.00 minimum and $1487.00 maximum per occurrence.

Postal Codes defined as the NYC Metro Area:

$26.75 per CWT. $135.00 minimum and $1240.00 maximum per occurrence.

XPO Logistics

$125.75 - $1065.25

$12.25 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $125.75 and a maximum charge of $1065.25.

YRC

$94.50 - $1100

$10.90 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $94.50 and a maximum charge of $1100.00.

 

Liftgate Pickup or Delivery

If your pickup or delivery site doesn't have a freight dock or a forklift available, you'll need liftgate service. A liftgate is a hydraulic platform used to raise or lower freight from or to street level.

The fee for liftgate service is determined by a rate per hundred pounds (CWT) and is subject to a minimum and maximum fee. Estes Express and Old Dominion lead the pack as cost-effective options. Which one is right for you will depend on your typical shipment and whether it is routinely subject to each carrier's minimum and maximum fees.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$185 - $450

$9.75 per CWT. Minimum $185. Maximum: $450.

Estes Express

$75 - $350

$4.95 per CWT. Minimum $75. Maximum: $425.

FedEx Freight

$154 - $506

$10.39 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $154.00 and a maximum charge of $506.00.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$80 - $275

$3.75 per CW., subject to a minimum charge of $80.00 and a maximum charge of $275.00.

R+L Carriers

$171.70 - $565

$12.00 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $171.70 and a maximum charge of $565.00.

SAIA

$131 - $305

$9.69 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $131.00 and a maximum charge of $305.00.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$89 - $225

$7.25 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $89.00 and a maximum charge of $225.00.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$150 - $468.75

$10.00 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $150.00 and a maximum charge of $468.75.

XPO Logistics

$191.75 - $468.75

$10.00 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $191.75 and a maximum charge of $468.75

YRC

$170 - $438

$7.00 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $170.00 and a maximum charge of $420.00 OR for specific ZIP Codes $8.30 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $250.00 and a maximum charge of $438.00

 

Limited Access Delivery

Some delivery locations, by their nature, lead to driver delays. In a commercial-zoned area of a city, a driver can make 3-5 stops in the time it takes to make one stop at a limited-access location. Because such locations impede productivity, the carrier charges extra.

Each carrier has its own criteria for what makes a limited-access site. Generally, they are places with one or more of these characteristics:

  • Aren't open to walk-in traffic during normal business hours
  • Don't have people readily available to receive the freight
  • Don't have a dock or platform to unload
  • Have security checkpoints that cause delays

Examples of places that are often considered limited access are:

  • Carnivals and fairs
  • Churches
  • Construction sites
  • Farms & ranches
  • Medical facilities without a dock
  • Military bases
  • Mines and quarries
  • Oil or natural gas fields
  • Schools without a dock

Old Dominion Freight Lines is the cheapest option for Limited Access Delivery until the weight of your shipment is more than 1545 pounds. If your shipments weigh more than 1545 pounds, Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL) is a more cost-effective choice, provided the shipment stays within its service area.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$155 - $495

$11.50 per service per CWT; $155.00 minimum and $495.00 maximum per shipment

Estes Express

$85

$855 per shipment.

FedEx Freight

$161

$161 per shipment.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$80 - $475

$5.75 per CWT; $80.00 minimum and $475.00 maximum per shipment

R+L Carriers

$166.50 - $1127.80

$11.50 per CWT; $166.50 minimum and $1127.80 maximum per shipment.

SAIA

$145

$145.00 per shipment.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$90

$90.00 per shipment or vehicle.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$125

$125.00 per shipment.

XPO Logistics

$145 - $170

Construction and utility sites subject to charge of $145.00 per shipment. Government Sites, Airports, mines, natural gas, & oil fields subject to charge of $170.00 per shipment.

YRC

$136

$136.00 per shipment.

 

Notify Before Delivery

When your consignee needs a heads-up on when the shipment will be delivered, the Notify Before Delivery service is what is needed. The fee for Notify Before Delivery is (thankfully) much more straightforward compared to other fees. In this case, XPO Logistics is the winner.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$56

$56.00 per shipment, including appointment (at no additional charge).

Estes Express

$30

$30 per shipment.

FedEx Freight

$61

$61.00 per shipment.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$18

$18.00 per shipment.

R+L Carriers

$74

$74.00 per shipment.

SAIA

$53

$53.00 per shipment.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$25

$25 per shipment.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$155

$155.00 per shipment.

XPO Logistics

$12.50

$12.50 per shipment.

YRC

$16

$16 per shipment.

 

Residential Pickup or Delivery

Whether you're the shipper or the consignee, all carriers have strict rules on the differences between commercial and residential addresses. Businesses operated out of private homes, apartment complexes, or dormitories are always considered residential addresses.

Mixed-use facilities are not as clear-cut, and carriers tend to rely on the address type identified by the USPS as the official arbiter.

Farms, ranches, and other such addresses, when they aren't classified as residential, are usually subject to the same nominal fee, although it will be described as a Limited Access fee or something similar.

Estes Express is the lowest cost provider.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$155 - $495

$11.50 per service per CWT; $155.00 minimum and $495.00 maximum per shipment. $185.90 minimum for ZIPs 70001 – 70499

Estes Express

$75 - $550

$8.50 per CWT; $75.00 minimum and $550.00 maximum per shipment.

FedEx Freight

$152

$152 per shipment.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

$80 - $475

$5.75 per CWT; $80.00 minimum and $475.00 maximum per shipment.

R+L Carriers

$166.50 - $1127.80

$11.50 per CWT; $166.50 minimum and $1127.80 maximum per shipment.

SAIA

$139 - $582.50

$9.69 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $139.00 and a maximum charge of $518.00 per shipment or $582.50 per vehicle if more than one vehicle is used to transport the shipment.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$94 - $575

$7.60 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $94.00 and a maximum charge of $575.00.

TForce Freight (UPS)

$125

$125.00 per shipment.

XPO Logistics

$138.725 - $680

$12.50 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $138.25 and a maximum charge of $680.00.

YRC

$144 - $555

$10.80 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $144.00 and a maximum charge of $555.00. 

 

Trade Show Pickup or Delivery

Resign yourself to the fact that shipping to and from trade shows is expensive. In many cases, unionized labor will dictate who you can use for trade show shipments. When unions aren't dictating your choices, expect to pay for the time your shipment is waiting in the yard for a dock to unload.

The fees below are charged because you are picking up or delivering to a trade show. Other fees can (and probably will) apply.

All carriers will rate your trade show shipments at a freight class of 125 unless the actual freight class is higher. Different minimum charges can be applied, and, in addition to the elevated freight class, you may also be charged other fees.

Charges for shipments to and from trade shows are the most complex. If you're concerned with these types of shipments, spend some time reviewing the Rules Tariff of each carrier you're considering and ask your carrier sales representative or customer service agent plenty of questions.

Carrier

Charge

Comments

ABF Freight

$76.83

$76.83 per service per trailer per shipment.

Estes Express

$35 - $60

$35 per shipment. $60 per shipment when origin or destination ZIP Code is 60601-60699 and 27260.

FedEx Freight

$212-$562 min.

$212.00 per shipment or $35.15 per CTW for Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY; Pier 92 Convention Center, New York, NY; Pier 94 Convention Center, New York, NY; McCormick Place, Chicago, IL; or Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI. $526.00 minimum.

Old Dominion (ODFL)

>= $250

Subject to a minimum charge based on the otherwise applicable pricing except the applicable class shall be 125, subject to an absolute minimum charge of $250.00.

For shipments containing commodities with an NMFC class higher than 125, the greater class shall apply.

An Additional Charge of $350.00 shall be applied to shipments originating from or destined to Washington, DC, ZIP 20001 and Atlantic City, NJ, ZIP 08401.

An Additional Charge of $150.00 shall be applied to shipments originating from or destined to ZIP code(s) 10001-10499.

R+L Carriers

>= $416

Subject to NMFC Class 125 Item 154630, or actual class if higher, with no discount and subject to a minimum charge of $416.00.

SAIA

$53 - $318

$6.88 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $53 per shipment and a maximum charge of $318 per shipment. Class 125 will apply to exhibition material.

Southeastern (SEFL)

$250 - $1200

$15.00 per CTW. Minimum $250.00. Maximum $1200.00.

TForce Freight (UPS)

>= $55

$94.00 for Postal Code 60601 - 60699. $107.00 for Postal Code 94100-94199. $55.00 for all other Postal Codes. Class 125 will apply to exhibition materials.

XPO Logistics

>= $218.50

$14.75 per CWT, subject to a minimum charge of $218.50 per shipment.

YRC

$69.95 - $500.00

$69.95 for shipments not DEG non-guaranteed shipments between all points except Alaska, Chicago IL, Rosemont IL, High Point NC, and Mexico.

$109.00 for shipments not DEG non-guaranteed shipments between all points and Alaska, Chicago IL, Rosemont IL, High Point NC, and Mexico.

$500 for shipments that are DEG non-guaranteed shipments.

 

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