Shopify App : GoShip Carrier Rates

Goship LTL shipments

About GoShip Carrier Rates

SHIPPING MADE EASY : Get free, instant quotes on our easy-to-use shipping platform. Enjoy 24/7 self-service. Need assistance? Customer service support available.

GREAT RATES : Transparent rates with no hidden fees or extras. Compare rates and book within minutes. Insurance is also available.

GUARANTEED CAPACITY : Book it and relax, let our pre-vetted, quality service with a network of 55,000+ carriers do the rest.


Goship Carrier Rates

GoShip is a domestic (United States & Canada) freight shipping marketplace that provides affordable and simple full truckload and less-than-truckload shipping with an innovative and cost-effective approach. We work with all the major LTL carriers, and have over 50,000 FTL carriers on the platform.

GoShip is a completely self-service platform designed to simplify the process of finding and working with freight carriers without having to talk to a freight broker. We provide free, instant online quoting, easy booking and support to make your shipping as simple as possible.

Benefits of Shipping with GoShip

  • Instant, free freight rates & quotes
  • Custom solutions for your business needs
  • 24/7 access to platform and shipment tracking
  • Online shipment booking tools
  • Wide variety of services
  • Industry expertise
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Launch date
June 09, 2022
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