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We are ready to pickup and deliver any kind, any size and anywhere including Vancouver,Abbotsford,Burnaby,Surrey,Langley and all lower Mainland.

Any Group Size, Any Distance.

IPS is a local freight company serving the Lower Mainland and Fraser valley we provide curtain side services all year around.
We provide cooperative rates on all shipments.
Our management is available 24/7/365 to serve our customers as a local family owned business we nave 18 years of experience.
We are committed to our all customers quality services.

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Dont worry! We will secure any kind of your load which can be fragile,dangerous or needs to keep dry. We have all the arragements.


Quite performer,IPS did it well. You can trust this company.  Awareness, Consideration, Conversion and loyalty.. Best of luck.   

tps Corner Team

Best trucking company in abbotsford, BC. I am amazed with their services. Quite affordable and safe for your goods. 

Tekl Travelers

I am the regular customer. IPS Trucking is good for all seasons. Your goods are in right hands. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is freight rate in shipping??

freight rate (historically and in ship chartering simply freight) is a price at which a certain cargo is delivered from one point to another. The price depends on the form of the cargo, the mode of transport (truck, ship, train, aircraft), the weight of the cargo, and the distance to the delivery destination.

Is Freight the same as shipping??

Freight or cargo can be defined as the products or the goods that are being transported, usually for commercial gain via ship. However, this term is now being used to define commercial transportation of goods by any means be it by air, land via container trucks and other modes of transport.

Why do freight rates fluctuate?

Market forces are the main driving factor behind the freight rates fluctuations. Factors such as: fuel prices, distance traveled, terminal costs, etc. don’t influencefreight rates as much as supply and demand do. … That distortion resulted in increasing gap between supply and demand.

How is freight shipping calculated??
How to Calculate Freight Density for Shipping
  1. Measure the height, width, and depth of the shipment in inches. …
  2. Multiply the three measurements (height x width x depth). …
  3. Divide the total cubic inches by 1,728 (the number of cubic inches in a cubic foot). …
  4. Divide the weight (in pounds) of the shipment by the total cubic feet.

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