Flatbed shipping

Flatbed Shipping

Flatbed shipping is sometimes necessary for large size cargo or shipments that require special handling. Sometimes, you need to ship equipment that does not fit in dry van equipment;  Find the flatbed equipment you need quickly and easily. Don’t waste your time looking for flatbed shippers. Just on call will do the job.

Flatbed Trailers are one of the most widely used trailers; in the trucking industry, due to their versatility. You can load from the top, sides, or rear of the trailer making it a key asset to the flatbed trucking industry.

A Drop Deck Flatbed is a platform semi trailer with no sides, no roof and no doors, and it has two deck levels.
The floor drops down after it clears the tractor unit. The lower deck allows for hauling taller loads than a regular straight floor flatbed.
Drop Decks are also known as Step Decks & Lowboy trailers. The video below shows each component of a drop deck trailer.

With Extensive experience in Flatbed shipping, Your cargo will move from point A to Point B Seamlessly.

Customized options to move your flatbed freight:

  • Receive service for basic flats, step decks, double drops, RGNs, maxis, over dimensional, overweight, expedited, and flatbed LTL equipment to haul your shipments.
  • Expect reliable pickup, careful handling, and on time delivery.
  • Work with a single flatbed specialist from start to finish for consistent service with someone who knows your business.
  • Trust experts in flatbed shipping to handle your over dimensional and overweight loads.
  • Gain tracking to all of your freight—including flatbed.
  • Identify additional savings.
  • Reduce Carbon emissions.

Flatbed Extendable Trailers…are available. They’re not usually utilized unless you’re hauling extra long cargo. You can haul up to 4 feet on the back-end, past the rear of the trailer, doesn’t need to be flagged. And 2 feet if there is no headache rack in the front. Most Flatbeds do have a headache rack, but if they don’t, you can go 2 feet in the front, 4 in the back, legally.


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