Dry Van, Conestoga Flat Bed and Local Freight Transportation throughout the Midwest, South and Southeastern U.S.
DRY VAN FREIGHT
The dry van trailer is the most common and traditional way to transport goods across the country. This is our specialty. All of our dry van trailers are 53 feet for maximum shipping volumes. We also provide plate trailers to give you maximum cube and inside width. Our trailers are also outfitted with E-Track strapping systems to ensure your cargo is safely secured during transportation.
CONESTOGA / FLAT BED FREIGHT
We offer two types of trailers - a Mac 53 foot Quick draw retractable flat bed with a California spread axle; and a 48 foot Quick release Conestoga flat bed with a permanent spread. These specialty trailers feature a durable self-tarping system to protect flatbed freight from the elements. These trailers allow your freight to be accessible from both sides, rear and also crane accessible from the top.
LOCAL SHUTTLE SERVICE
With our shuttle service, we can dedicate our drivers and equipment to your local needs. If you have repeated freight that needs to go to and from warehousing facilities in Central Wisconsin, give us a call so we can lend a hand. Schedule us as you need us, whether daily, weekly or as a temporary fill if you have employees on vacation.
We offer tailored services for individual customers. Spotting services include dedicated drivers and specialized equipment to move trailers within your facility. We manage the details so you don't have to. And we have plenty of equipment to accommodate multiple customers at the same time.
LAST MILE DELIVERY: CENTRAL WI
Customers often ask if we can assist them with last mile deliveries within central Wisconsin. The answer is YES! We understand it's vitally important to get your products delivered to the appropriate destination. We can complete the delivery so your drivers don’t have to. Give us a call at 715-355-1902 and tell us more about your logistical requirements.
RETURN FREIGHT / RE-LOADS
We regularly look for return freight. From points in the Midwest, South and Southeast, if you have freight heading to Wisconsin, we can help. Our dispatchers can arrange the details.