TranMazon provides truckload shipping services for small to enterprise level business supply chains and government entities throughout the US, Canada and Mexico. We also arrange international shipments. From matching your load with the right truck and great truckload freight rate all the way to delivery, our team of truckload freight shipping experts will see to it that you are covered from A to Z whether you require the capacity of a full or partial truckload.
Through our extensive network consisting of thousands of carriers, we have access to a wide range of equipment types including flatbeds, enclosed trailers, reefer trailers, rail freight, double drop trailers, RGNs, step decks, as well as stretch trailers that can haul oversized truck freight.
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Using a dry van carrier is best matched when transporting normal packaged freight that has no specific
instructions or special requirements.
When you need to ship refrigerated, frozen, or temperature-sensitive items, FreightCenter can help arrange safe, freight refrigerated transport for you.
When shipping larger manufacturing and construction equipment, choosing a flatbed carrier will often provide the best solution with its flat, open bed trailer.
When a load needs to be closer to the ground to accommodate forklift loading and unloading, step decks or drop deck trailers are the best equipment for the job.
Removable goose neck (RGN) refers to trailers with very low decks that can be used for hauling freight that can be driven onto a trailer.
The Benefits of Truckload
Truckload shipping is usually best suited when a freight shipment exceeds 5,000 to 10,000 pounds, depending on the commodity being shipped. This service is also ideal for commodities that are unpackaged or may require refrigeration, climate control, flatbeds or other special accommodation for oversize or overweight shipments. Truckload freight is not the least expensive transportation option, but it can be much faster than LTL freight because it requires no truck transfers (e.g., unloading and reloading of your shipment).