Joint Traffic

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Shipment of goods involving more than one carrier.

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What does Joint Traffic mean?

Joint traffic refers to the transportation of goods over a shipping route that is jointly operated by two or more carriers. Joint traffic allows carriers to share the costs and revenues of transporting goods over a particular route, making it a more efficient and cost-effective option for shippers. Joint traffic can be facilitated through joint routes, where carriers share the costs of operating a particular route, or through interline agreements, where carriers agree to transport each other’s shipments over their respective networks. 

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