Protecting Your Sealed Load    

Imagine this scenario: On Monday morning you picked up a load of food for a 3,000 mile trip from Los Angeles for delivery to Boston. After a week of traffic, 500 plus gallons of fuel and many restless nights away from your family, you finally arrive at your destination. You back your trailer towards a door and the receiver comes out to inspect your load. He takes one look and rejects the cargo because the seal is broken. The load is rejected and so are you. To view the rest of the article click here.