It’s week six of our “Shipping Price is Right!” contest on Facebook! What’s the cost to ship this 22-foot Catalina sailboat from Perry, KS to McCall, ID using uShip? The answer is $2,500. Here’s the shipment listing. Congrats to this week’s winner! Sailboats are notoriously difficult to transport. They’re long, wide,…Read more
It’s week five of our “The Shipping Price is Right!” contest on Facebook! How much did it cost to ship this rough terrain crane from Houston, TX to Jacksonville, FL using uShip? The answer is $8,497. Here’s the shipment listing. Congrats to this week’s winner! This heavy haul shipment traveled nearly…Read more
It’s week three of our “The Shipping Price is Right!” contest on Facebook! How much did it cost to ship this Link-Belt Hydraulic Excavator from Morrilton, AR to Eighty Four, PA? The answer is $3,614. Here’s the shipment listing. Congrats to this week’s winner! This shipment covered a distance of 927…Read more
This week, we posted our very first “How Much to $hip” contest on Facebook. So, how much did it cost to ship this piano coast-to-coast using uShip? … The answer is $1,002. Here’s the completed shipment listing. This piano shipment from Basking Ridge, NJ to Cupertino, CA had a route…Read more
Check out some of this summer’s hottest motorcycle rallies. Here are a few of our favorites. If you think there’s one we missed that should be featured, please let us know in the comments! Branson Motorcycle Rally May 20th – 23rd The Branson Motorcycle Rally is in it’s 9th…Read more
uShip.com is now the exclusive shipping partner for Motorcycle.com. Shipping price estimates from uShip are integrated into all listings so shoppers can get an idea of how much it will cost to ship their purchase. Motorcycle.com, owned and operated by Verticalscope Inc., is visited by more than one million users each month and…Read more
Freight Transport Will Grow 7.9% Annually Until 2012 (in Romania) Road haulage will surge ahead by an annual average of 9.5%. Inland waterway traffic will rise by an annual average of 6.0% as bottlenecks are removed from the Danube.