Posts Tagged ‘flatbed trucking’

4 Amazing Ways To Find Flatbed Loads

Thursday, September 16th, 2021
4 Amazing Ways To Find Flatbed Loads Evan Transportation

The early bird gets the worm but the early trucker gets prize pick of the available flatbed loads.

Success, when you make a career as a trucker, requires a lot of careful attention and work. Managing your own business, even if it is only your truck, requires managing all of your costs and maximizing your income. When this requires you to find your own loads, it can be daunting and stressful. It is a competitive world and you need to always be on your game to stay ahead of the competition. Even if you do drive for a company, it can still be a stressful experience to make sure that you’re getting as much good business for yourself as you can.  Here are four great tips for finding flatbed loads.

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Instances of When Flatbed Service is Regularly Used

Friday, August 14th, 2020
Instances of When Flatbed Service is Regularly Used

Beyond the transportation industry, those in manufacturing, construction, and agriculture will, at some point, need flatbed service to conduct some aspect of their operations.

Flatbed service calls for a flatbed truck to transport loads that are either oversized or in unusual configurations. Beyond the transportation industry, those in manufacturing, construction, and agriculture will, at some point, need flatbed service to conduct some aspect of their operations. Whatever products you need hauling for your business, think about whether the load size or weight may make shipping with a trailer an unnecessary difficulty. Instead, consider using a flatbed service to move your load like so many others regularly do. (more…)

4 Trucking Truths About Flatbed Service

Thursday, September 12th, 2019
4 Trucking Truths About Flatbed Service

Flatbed service is a special type of trucking. Here are 4 truths about it.

Flatbed service is different than your typical trailer-hauling type trucking. With flatbed shipping, the freight is not enclosed in a dry van or temperature-controlled trailer. The freight is neither loaded or unloaded from docks. Instead, the goods are typically taken to its designated site and can be unloaded from all angles of the flatbed. You usually see flatbeds transporting oversized construction materials, machinery, or vehicles like cars.

Flatbed hauling entails some special considerations in the trucking industry. Let’s take a look at some of the truths about flatbed service.

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