Commodities that do not need protection from the elements goes on a flatbed. The most common sizes of trailers are 48′ long or 53′ long. Regular flatbeds can accommodate freight that is 8’4″ tall, while a Stepdeck has a lower deck height and can take up to 10′ in height. Both are 102″ wide .
Big and heavy. Most often, a heavy haul load will be some type of construction machinery such as excavators and bull dozers. Our heavy haulers are some of the best in business and extremely skilled at getting large items into tricky spots for a safe an on-time delivery.
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Dry vans are the preferred shipping method for commodities that can not get wet. Electronics, pallets of boxes, textiles and canned goods are some examples of freight that needs to ship in a dry van.
Dry vans come in lengths from 28′, know as a pup trailer, up to 53′.
Your shipment has it's own wheels and we provide the truck to move it. All types of trailers including 5th wheel R.V's, boats on trailers are no problem.
Hot Shot trucks serve multiple purposes in the transportation industry. A hot shot is a smaller truck capable of servicing areas that larger trucks can not maneuver. Hot shot is also used for faster service of last minute cargo with critical delivery time frames. These open deck trailers can be up to 50′ long and can handle cargo ranging from very small up to 27,000 pounds. Most of our hot shot trucks are 4 wheel drive.
We offer transport for a variety of vehicles on multiple trailer types including enclosed trailers. We are well known for the safe and damage free shipment of high end vehicles, classic cars and show trucks. We ship vehicles across the country