What’s the maximum weight I can ship per truck?

While weight is a critical factor in how we quote shipments, the “volume” and type of products you need to ship also play a crucial role. We’re happy to discuss your shipments in detail, and will work with you, strategically, to insure your quote is both competitive and custom tailored to your needs.

How much more does it cost to ship refrigerated goods?

Refrigerated product is typically slightly more expensive to ship than dry product. Refrigerated trucks require more fuel to operate, resulting in slightly more overhead for the shipping company. However, with our established local and domestic route deliveries, your shipments may qualify for additional discounted rates.

When it comes to stacking pallets, how high can I go?

Pallet stacking heights can vary. Product type, trailer requirements and specialty handling needs may all play a part in determining pallet height and stacking parameters.

When shipping full truckloads, how are many pallets can I include?

Pallet size, equipment and weight requirements are all calibrated when determining maximum truck capacity. Our delivery specialists will work closely with you to gauge each shipment’s maximized options.

When requesting a quote, how do I accurately calibrate the shipment’s weight?

It’s important to accurately disclose your shipment’s weight and volume when requesting a quote. Not sure about either? We’ll help you determine maximum weight and volume per truckload to insure your final quote is both highly competitive and accurate.

How low do your vehicle temperatures go?

Our refrigerated cargo van temperatures go as low as 35-40 degrees °F, while our refrigerated bobtails offer temperatures as low as 0-15 degrees °F.