Dry vans are the typical tractor-trailer you see on the road. Dry vans are capable of hauling a variety of commodities, freight can be floor loaded but they are generally used for skidded freight. Dry vans can only load at dock level or with a forklift and pallet-jack. Blanket service, which involves wrapping freight in blankets to prevent damage, is available upon request.
Refrigerated trailer with insulated walls and a self-powered refrigeration unit. Most commonly used for transporting food. Can only load at dock level or with a forklift and pallet jack.
Straight trucks are primarily used for local LTL or cross-border moves. Straight trucks carry cargo in its body mounted to its frame, and the body is not removable. Temperature-controlled straight trucks are available. Optional Tail-Gate is offered for moves when a dock isn’t present or available (job-site, residential, specialized deliveries).