Industry Leading Dry Van Services
Dry Van Nationwide and Local Solutions
Dry van trucking is the most common type of freight shipped by commercial trucking companies. Go Freight Hub has multiple rate options and strong transport lanes that are sure to cover your trucking needs.
Once you hand off your freight, we begin dispatching and setting up your load with your consignee. Go Freight Hub provides you with updates throughout the entire process, allowing communication with the driver via our proprietary technology.
Go Freight Hub Dry Van Advantage:
- 110 Power Units
- 110 Dry Van Trailers
- Last Mile
- Airport Delivery
- Nationwide 48 States
Does your team require 3PL training or specific service compliance? With digital and physical resources available, our employees can guide you into becoming a logistics guru. Maybe you have an emergency and require a professional to arrive on-site to help? We provide 3PL specific consultations, helping manage costs for operators.
Reduce the cargo handling aspect minimizing time and costs for all your goods transportation with our railroad intermodal network. With modular systems and strategic relationships in place, we can help speed up your shipments while maintaining normal rates. Our evolving technology allows us to provide innovative approaches in this 3PL sub-sector.
Go Freight Hub serves all clients in North America, South America, Latin America, and the Caribbean Islands; with a comprehensive set of services that reach wide ranges, our employees can help you with your cargo needs on a global scale. Educate yourself on both the domestic and international 3PL markets through our blog, or contact us here to learn more about our 3PL services.
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