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  • Central Freight Lines

    • With more than 5,000 tractors, trailers and delivery trucks, not to mention specialty equipment, Central is well-known for its versatility and commitment to safety. In fact, a recent hazardous materials conference hosted at Texas A&M featured Central’s innovative “hazardou
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  • Covenant Transport

    • More than 800 teams drive some 5,000 miles a week, and more than 75 percent of Covenant’s fleet is hazmat certified. Transporting hazardous material is a point of emphasis for the Chattanooga, Tennessee-based carrier celebrating its 30-year anniversary.

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  • FLS Transport

    • With facilities located across the U.S. and an active database of more than 37,000 carriers—it engages more than 10,000 qualified carriers each year—FLS is relied on by heavy industries such as oil, gas and energy.

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  • R+L Carriers

    • All R+L employees are compliant with state and federal regulations for handling hazardous materials and, mindful that shippers need to be compliant as well, the company developed a Hazardous Material Compliance Checklist for clients which R+L staff can assist with.

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  • Reddaway

    • Nearing its 100th anniversary in the Northwest, Reddaway’s more than 3,000 employees follow a comprehensive approach to hazardous and chemical shipping that includes pre-shipping analysis and technological know-how to ensure that materials are safely delivered.

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  • YRC

    • YRC ships non-regulated chemicals and regulated hazardous materials throughout Canada and the U.S.—including Hawaii and Alaska—and, through easy online and mobile tracking technology, clients are able to keep track of their shipments.

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Written by Haylle Sok