Dry Van Trucking
Does your freight require temperature control? Dry van trucking is one of the many transportation services we broker at PDQ America.
These “boxes on wheels” are the most common type of freight transportation in America. Dry van trucking differs from refrigerated trucking in that it lacks temperature control.
Accommodating both local and over-the-road routes, dry van trucks are used for transporting non-perishable foods and beverages, building equipment, clothing, and more. One of the advantages of dry van trucking is that cargo is protected from bad weather, possible damage and theft.
The maximum length allowed for a dry van truck is 53”. A dry van trailer can haul up to 45,000 lbs of cargo or 26 standard pallets.
We can help you with your dry van trucking needs. Complete this form to receive a freight quote from PDQ America.