Air Freight

No matter the size of your shipment, Interloc is committed to getting it where it needs to go. With Interloc, we handle your parcel delivery like any other major freight shipment — thoroughly and professionally. 

Less than truckload shipping (LTL) is used for the transportation of small freight or when freight doesn’t require the use of an entire trailer. This shipping method can be used when freight weighs between 30 and 15,000 Kilograms. There are several benefits to shipping via LTL.

Benefits of Air shipping

  • Airport to Airport
  • Domestic, Regional & International
  • Fleet Freight (FFR)
  • Next Day/Normal (NOR)
  • Overnight Express (ONX)
  • Same Day Express (SDX)
  • Charter

Air Freight

Interloc offers several road freight solutions for our customers. This ranges from dedicated line haul between Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, East London and Port Elizabeth through the use of 6, 12 and 18-meter trucks. All trucks are driven by dedicated crews and are under constant satellite and in-cab cameras. 

Same Day Express

Interloc offers a same-day-express option where collection and delivery take place on the same day to certain major centres. Please contact our local call centre should you wish to make use of this service.


Common LTL shipping questions

Airport to Airport

Interloc Freight Services will transport from an airport of origin to an airport of destination. This service requires the shipper and consignee to either collect or delivery the cargo to one of the Interloc airport facilities

How does LTL work?

 LTL shipping operates on a hub and spoke model. Through a combination of Interloc branches and hubs for the distribution of the cargo

Should I ship a parcel or LTL?

If you are shipping over 30 kilograms, consider LTL. Shipping LTL with Interloc freight services means you receive competitive rates and expert advice.

Dedicated Load

Interloc Freight Services through its portfolio of solutions can offer dedicated loads as a once-off or regularly to and from customers facilities.