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What is Short-Haul Trucking?
Short-haul trucking is short distance driving for transporting shipments within a 150-mile radius in a day and returning to home base at the end of each shift. Short-haul drivers usually drive between 150-250 miles for one delivery. As they are not driving on the road for weeks, they benefit from ample home time and work-life balance.
Local Trucking: Local trucking involves transporting smaller shipments traveling less than 100 miles. It involves moving products within neighbourhoods. It is more stressful than highway driving as it requires drivers to travel on city roads.
Regional Trucking: Regional truckers make trips usually between 100-250 miles. It has a predictable schedule than long-haul trucking that rarely repeats the same route.
Vehicle Routing Problem is a constant in the last-mile delivery business. It happens due to the delivery and resource constraints planners face while coming up with minimum-cost vehicle routes.read story
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