The “reefer” in reefer freight is an abbreviation of “refrigerated.” If you need to maintain the cargo temperature in transport, you ship it in a reefer truck. Reefer loads come in full or partial trailer loads and less than truckload (LTL) lots.
Most of the time, you’ll find food products, manufacturing chemicals, or pharmaceuticals shipped in temperature-controlled conditions. There are three main categories of temperature-controlled freight: frozen, refrigerated, or maintained (heated).
Dry van shipping is one of the most popular, reliable, and enduring shipping forms. Shippers choose dry vans because they provide protection from the elements, security, and versatility.
Dry van trailers come in a few different sizes. The most common dry van dimensions are 48- and 53-foot-long trailers. Most of these trailers are a maximum of 8.5 feet wide, 110” high, and can carry a legal maximum of 45,000 pounds with 26 different pallet positions.
Flatbed trucks are known for their versatility. They can haul different types of cargo with little effort. Because of how they are structured, flatbed truck trailers can transport taller and heavier items.
Specifically, flatbeds are ideal for oversized cargo and freight that can’t be easily loaded into or carried by enclosed vans.
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