Whether your business requires dry van, flatbed, reefer, or specialized equipment, we’ve got you covered. Our experienced team has moved everything from food to aircraft and will communicate with you every step of the way.




Dry van is the most common form of transportation in the U.S. The typical dry van is 53 ft. long (but comes in a variety of lengths) and can haul up to 45,000 lbs. of cargo. At 102”x 636” they can haul 26 standard sized pallets but are also commonly used for floor loading products such as paper rolls.


Short for “refrigerated” these units are the trailer of choice for food products (but can serve a variety of commodities) because of their ability to keep products at the appropriate temperature. Still usually 53 ft, these will also hold 26 pallets, but it can be a tight fit due to the space consumed by the refrigerator unit found at the nose of these trailers.




Flatbed freight is where we got our start as a company! Often used to haul building materials, these trailers usually come in at 48’ with a load capacity of 48,000 lbs. These trailers have no roof or sides, which makes them great for loading large shipments. The nature of their design also makes it possible the load/unload them from the sides. Being open means your product will not be as protected from them elements, but commodities are regularly tarped to prevent any damage.


The lower brother of a flatbed trailer, these trailers run low to the ground to accommodate taller shipments. While they are similar to flatbeds in most ways, these trailers are not dock height. These trailers are most prevalent in the construction industry.


The convenience and loading capabilities of a flatbed, and the protection of a dry van. These trailers are suitable for both dry van, and flatbed freight. They feature a retractable cover that can keep your freight safe while still providing access to side loading/ unloading




Most prevalent in the agriculture industry, these trailers are often used to haul grain and pulverized materials. They have the capability to store products in three separate tanks which can then be pumped out.


There are various uses for the end dump trailer. It’s claim to fame being the ability to raise it’s trailer from the nose to quickly offload bulk commodities.