Flatbed - Global Trade Magazine
  February 20th, 2015 | Written by

Flatbed

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WHETHER ROLLED STEEL, LUMBER OR SOMETHING UNIQUE TO YOUR BUSINESS, THESE FLATBED CARRIERS HAVE YOU COVERED.

• ACME TRUCK LINE
Operating around the clock, Acme can handle upwards of 9,000 loads of oilfield, general commodities and expedited freight each week through 50 service markets in seven states.

• ANDERSON TRUCKING SERVICEs
The largest specialized and flatbed shipping company in North America, Anderson makes more than 7,500 on-time deliveries every month utilizing more than 800 trained owner-operator and company drivers.

• BOYD BROS. TRANSPORTATION
Hauling primarily steel products and building materials throughout the eastern two-thirds of the United States, Boyd Bros. serves high-volume, time-sensitive shippers that demand time-definite delivery.

• CRST INTERNATIONAL
A leader in the flatbed field since 1928, CRST continues to grow capacity through its commitment to freight diversity, which has them hauling everything from tractors to stadium scoreboards.

• J.B. HUNT
Offering its customers a comprehensive menu of flatbed services, J.B. Hunt utilizes thousands of carriers and company-owned flatbed and curtain-side trailers, assuring both capacity and safe delivery.

• MACKINNON TRANSPORT
MacKinnon’s heavy flatbed team is an industry leader in the heavy sector and its tandem flatbed team offers premier service throughout New England, the Eastern Seaboard and as far west as Texas.

• NEW ENGLAND MOTOR FREIGHT
This regional stalwart is continually investing in upgrading its company-owned terminals and modernizing its fleet, especially with state-of-the-art technology and information systems to ensure customer satisfaction.

• PLS LOGISTICS
Flatbed service is at the core of PLS and enables the company to offer customers numerous opportunities to simplify their supply chains through one of the largest flatbed networks in North America.

• ROEHL TRANSPORT
Roehl’s Curtainside Division offers the protection of a van with the unloading flexibility of a flatbed. Drivers cross-trained in van and flatbed operations allow shippers to maximize the flexibility of the universal curtainside design.

• UNIGROUP LOGISTICS
With an on-time delivery performance of 99.8 percent and a cargo and delay claim-free percentage of 99.9, it’s little wonder UniGroup was named recipient of the Fleet Safety Award by the Specialized and Rigging Association.

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