Mid-Atlantic Intermodal Drayage Trucking Company

As a trucking company in the Mid-Atlantic, Evan Transportation realizes the importance of intermodal drayage to our clients. With its numerous port cities, the busy eastern seaboard sees a huge amount of traffic from container ships, importing and exporting goods and facilitating international trade. Our clients need access to these ports, whether they’re shipping their product halfway across the world, or if they’re waiting on a container ship bound delivery. In both cases, we can help you get your goods where they need to go.

Evan Transportation trucking company provides intermodal drayage throughout the Mid-Atlantic to better serve the needs of our clients. Our drivers are TWIC certified, which allows them access to the ports in this area, and makes it easy to deliver and transport container-bound cargo from these ports. Don’t let your shipment get stuck in port waiting to be picked up. Let Evan Transportation handle all of your intermodal drayage needs on the east coast’s Mid-Atlantic seaboard.

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Evan Transportation was founded in 1992 by Jerry Wolfarth, who at the time had over 25 years of experience in the trucking and transportation industry. The initial operation consisted of a few trucks and drivers who were dedicated and professional. The goal of the company was to provide excellent, dependable service.

If you need materials and products moved in the Mid-Atlantic region, contact Evan Transportation. We hire professional drivers with excellent driving records, and maintain a fleet of trailers and vehicles that are reliable and ready to roll. We service the following areas:

  • New Jersey

  • Delaware

  • Maryland

  • Central Pennsylvania and points east

  • West Virginia (eastern part of the state)

  • Northern Virginia

  • Richmond

Contact us today for all of your freight shipment needs or call us at 443-673-3365

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