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Stop Off Fee

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A stop off fee may be charged if your shipment is split between two delivery locations.

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What is a stop off fee?

A stop off fee is assessed by the trucker if a shipment is split between two delivery locations.

If your shipment is split between two delivery locations -- for example, if half of the shipment is being delivered to Warehouse A, and the other half will be delivered afterward to Warehouse B -- the trucker will charge a stop off fee.

In some cases, the trucking company will bundle their stop off fee into the Pickup & Delivery charge.

If applicable, a stop off fee will appear on your Flexport quote or invoice as a destination charge.


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