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UShip.com Alternative Shipping Websites.

Fan’s of Shipping Wars know the premise of the show is based on nation wide shippers bidding on shipping contracts on uship.com. While this is great news for Austin based uship.com founder Matt Chasen, there are other shipping auction websites on the market today. Here is a list of uship competitors.

FreightQuote.com – The largest online freight broker in the the United States, Freightquote.com provides the ideal combination of dedicated service and solutions-driven technology. When you ship through freightquote you’re shipping with confidence. They currently employ over 1,000 individuals nationwide and annualized revenues exceeding $500 million. Founded in 1998 by Tim Barton, Freightquote.com delivers a vast array of shipping solutions.

ShippingQuotes.org - This site gives users access to several shipping carriers and multiple shipping rates and provides the cheapest shipping rate within minutes. Users get online shipping quotes from the nation’s top common shipping carriers are displayed for them to compare shipping costs and transit times.

www.CitizenShipper.com - Citizenshipper.com connects people who want something delivered with someone who can actually do the delivering. It can be anything, from a document, to a package, to something as big as a fridge!  If you are planning on traveling somewhere this weekend, why not deliver a package on the way to help pay for your gas?

 

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One Response to “UShip.com Alternative Shipping Websites.”

  1. How could you have left ShipAlmostAnything.com off this list? They are clearly the next intelligent choice for shipping. They have 900 qualified shipping servive providers specialing in a wide variety of commodity shipping including auto transport, pet transport, heavy equipment transport, boat transport just to name a few. Plus. they ar ethe only 100% free service out of all the other names you mentioned. My boss uses them all the time to ship freight. I have used them to ship my dog cross country. Here is their link for anyone interested:

    http://www.shipalmostanything.com/

    ShipAlmostAnything.com

    January 22, 2012 at 1:45 am Reply

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