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Refrigerated Trucking: Pros, Cons, and Best Practices

reefer freight

Refrigerated trucking companies provide a valuable service for our country. By transporting fresh produce, groceries, medical supplies, and other temperature-sensitive goods, refrigerated trucks make it possible for stores to keep their shelves stocked and consumers to buy what they want. A significant percentage of the trucks you see on the highway are refrigerated trucks (reefer

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

5 Factors that Impact Reefer Freight Rates

reefer rates

A common load type involves a “reefer truck” designed for loads that need to be temperature controlled during the shipping process. These loads can include anything from refrigerated items like produce and other perishables to frozen foods or even medical supplies. Because reefer trailers are more expensive to run and maintain, reefer load rates are

Reefer Freight: What It Is, Pros and Cons

reefer freight

If you’ve been around trucking for a little while now, or even if you’re just starting, you’ve heard the term “reefer freight.” Reefer freight is one of the pillars of the trucking industry. A large percentage of the transport trucks running across the highways are reefer trucks. What is reefer freight? The “reefer” in reefer freight

Dry Van vs. Reefer: Which is Best?

dry van vs reefer

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 less than a quarter the number of reefers on the road in the United States compared to dry vans, specifically, 400,00 reefers and 1.7 million