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Freight Bill

Also known as a freight or shipping invoice, it serves as a record of the transportation services provided and the associated charges.

What is a Freight Bill?

A Freight Bill is generated by the carrier or trucking company and is typically sent to the shipper or consignee for payment purposes. It contains essential information about the shipment, transportation details, and financial transactions, making it a vital document for both parties involved in the shipping process.

A freight bill will include any accessorial charges that were made, along with detailing any changes to the original agreement. Freight bills should be audited by shipping companies against the original agreement to ensure they are free from errors. 

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