Archives for the month of: January, 2012

What makes your days Fly by??.

I like to work nonstop throughout my day. Most of the time I rarely stop to eat. I know that’sis bad, but it makes my day go by very fast. Sometimes I look up and half of the day is gone – feeling like I just started. I like to stay busy making sure my clients needs are met and requirements are fulfilled. I know that if I keep my clients happy they will continue to send me more freight. More freight for me means that I stay busy and staying busy makes my day fly by! ” Its a viscious Cycle” … that I like. LOL…

What makes your day fly by? What would you like to change about your workflow and process? Do you need anything else to be done that would make it easier? Let me know if there is anything that I can do to help. Remember me when you are thinking of your freight system!!!! But anyways its time to get back to preparations for tomorrows workweek…. Let me know if you need anything…

Chris Nze
Office 773.780.5365
Fax 773.289.0762


Well this is my first week as a blogger and I am excited. However I am not sure where to begin. So after careful consideration….. I guess I can start with The Pallet.

The first pallet was invented by Robert Braun in 1945 . In 1948, Sullivan Stemple made a pallet for fork lifts.

The first patents are listed here.
See the list below:

^ U.S. Patent 1,508,183, Hallowell, Howard T. 09/09/1924 “Lift Truck Platform” Drawing 2 resembles a skid.
^ U.S. Patent 2,148,150 Clark, Carl L. 02/21/1939; recognizably a modern pallet, though with steel stringers.
^ U.S. Patent 2,372,055, Braun, Robert H., March 20, 1945
^ U.S. Patent 2,455,197, Stemple, Sullivan Franklin 11/30/1948; includes a fork lift!

My thoughts.

To me the Pallet is in one Top 3 essential things to have when you have large things to move… Besides a Truck and or a forklift. Pallets make handling freight so much easier. A lot of new shippers don’t realize the time that is saved by palletizing their shipments. Pallets actually help freight stay in place during transit, this drastically reduces the likelihood of damage during transit.
Pallets allow users to quickly move and store freight and are used all over the world. If you are currently not palletizing your freight, you are exposing your loads to more damage and yourself to a lot more paperwork headaches.

My suggestion use them or be ready to do a lot of work and place a lot of phone calls – for damage claims and returns!!!!!!

Think about it-

– Ever wonder what happens to Pallets after a business is done with them?

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Pallets—> after the Docks….

Freightloadswithchris readers,

About me:

Hello World, My name is Chris Nze, Welcome to my Blog. ” freightloadswithchris”. I know, I know,  the title is not fancy at all  – but it really is the best way to describe my Blog.  I have been involved in freight shipping for a little over 3 years now and I have gained much insight on the needs of companies and clients during this time. I know I have a lot more to learn and hopefully My knowledge base will grow along with my blog.

This space is meant to be used as a place  for Freight industry professionals to come together and discuss all things freight.  I am hoping to give people from different industries a place to gain insight, share Ideas, vent, and most of all find solutions to issues they may face.

My Company – TOP Worldwide

I work for TOP Worldwide.  TOP worldwide is an E.L. Hollingsworth Company.  E.L. Hollingsworth is located in Flint MI.  E.L. Hollingsworth is a top provider for GM , Ford and Walmart.  As you might expect with this being MY Blog, I will be offering my companies services to those that might see the benefit of working with me.   With that being said, I would like to extend the opportunity to take a look at the TOP worldwide LTL system by clicking the link below.

TOP Worldwide has phenomenal LTL System Demo that you can check out by clicking the hyperlink.

Also if you are interested in getting your own login, click the hyperlink in this sentence.

Readers responsibility:

When it comes to my Blog, feel free to comment, share opinions, give advice, promote your products and services, and almost anything you want…  Just remember this is a professional site-so disrespect to other readers that might leave comments  is prohibited.  I will ban you!!!-said – Im my “Thunderous GodlyVoice” LOL…  No need to fear though, I doubt if a logistics blog will stir up that much emotion.  But hey, you never know….

Well anyways enough of being a net nanny!  Welcome to the first post of many more to come.  Thanks for stopping by and enjoy!



Chris Nze



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