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Our truckload service is divided on separate divisions like dry van, flatbed and reefer (temperature controlled). Each division has its own freight broker agents who are specialized only for that division, which means personalized customer service and real-time updates for your shipment.
As a separate branch in our company, we give you the best LTL services which are fully managed by our LTL experts.
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Dry van trucking is the most common type of freight shipped by commercial trucking companies. Designed to carry palletized, boxed or loose freight, dry vans aren't temperature-controlled (unlike refrigerated “reefer” units) and can't carry oversized shipments (unlike flatbed trailers).
Flatbed trucks are often used for carrying oversized loads or products with unusual shapes. Even if your business doesn't require you to move what might be considered generic hauling materials like crates or steel, flatbeds are essential in the world of towing, agriculture, or dumping.
Reefer container is short for refrigerated or temperature controlled container. A reefer container is a type of shipping container that remains its cargo cool. Reefers are therefore used for transporting food like fruit, meat, fish, vegetables and dairy and non-food products like flowers and pharmaceuticals.
Less Than Truckload, commonly referred to as LTL, is a mode of surface transportation that, like full truckload, uses semi trucks, but hauls multiple shippers’ freight together on the same trailer.
Shipments that are larger than LTL but less than a full truck trailer are considered partial truckload. Partial truckload shipments usually range from 8 to 18 pallets, 8,000 to 27,500 pounds, and occupy more than 12 feet of linear space in a trailer.
Large shipments that do not require a full truck trailer and that are typically 6 or more pallets, weigh over 5,000 pounds, or occupy more than 12 linear feet in a trailer can be considered volume LTL.