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Hauls up to 45,000 lbs of dry goods, packaged or loose. Most are 53 feet long and equipped with air-ride suspension.
Freight can be loaded and unloaded from all sides. Common equipment includes chains, bindings, straps, and tarps.
Often used for loads that are too high to transport on flatbeds. Typical equipment includes everything you see with flatbeds, as well as ramps and load-levelers.
Hauls 43-45,000 lbs and keeps perishables and other goods within a designated temperature range. Available in 48 and 53 feet, the reefer unit generally takes 2-4' of length in the nose of the trailer.
For heavy and over-dimensional freight, RGN's, lowboys, and double-drops are commonly used for farm and construction equipment.
A tarp-on-frame cover that rolls back for loading and unloading so cargo is accessible from three sides of the trailer.
A straight truck, also called a box truck, has a single frame, and range from 10 to 26 feet in length and 6 to 8 feet tall.
Power-Only and "tow-away" trucking is typically performed with customer-owned trailers including both empty and loaded dry vans, flatbeds, portable equipment, and machinery.