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08/01/2022
dry van shipping
Dry Van Shipping: Pros, Cons, and Rates

Dry van shipping is one of the most popular, reliable, and enduring shipping forms. Shippers choose dry van trailers because they protect freight from the elements, provide security, and offer versatility. But what is dry van trucking, when and why should you choose to offer dry van shipments, and what are the pros and cons?

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07/14/2022
flatbed vs dry van
Flatbed vs Dry Van: Which is Right for Your Business?

When it comes to your freight shipping needs, there are a lot of choices out there. But for those in the transportation industry, it often comes down to which trailer is the best for the job. Dry vans and flatbed trailers are the two most common. But when it comes to dry van vs. flatbed,

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03/24/2022
trucking freight rate
How to Calculate (& Find) the Best Truck Freight Rates

Calculating the best freight rates can be complex. While you need to be competitive, you also need to be profitable. It’s tricky to constantly weigh supply and demand, offering competitive rates that still make you money. You need to take into account your fixed costs of doing business. These are the expenses you’ll pay every

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03/17/2022
dry van rates
Dry Van Freight Rates: What Truck Drivers Need to Know

Good for a variety of shipping needs, dry vans are one of the most common trailers on the road today. While not climate controlled, dry vans are easily secured and protect goods from the elements. Shippers choose different types of dry vans depending on the cargo. Sometimes shippers need more than one truckload for shipping,

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03/03/2022
Driver using a control panel.
Dry Van vs. Reefer: Which is Best?

The question of whether a dry van or a reefer is best depends a lot on the lanes you work in and the type of cargo you carry. There are fewer than a quarter as many reefers on the road in the United States compared to dry vans, specifically, 400,000 reefers and 1.7 million dry

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05/01/2021
power only trucking
Power Only Trucking

If you’re in the trucking business, you may have heard of power-only trucking. But exactly what does power-only mean? Power-only trucking happens when a trucking company provides only a driver and a tractor. The trailer is provided by the shipper, a third-party logistics company or, sometimes, through a lease option. In some cases, the trucking

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