Dry van trailers are used in a variety of industries. In fact, dry vans are utilized more than any other trailer type, providing a convenient solution for many kinds of cargo.
What Kinds of Pallets Are Used for Freight Shipping?
Most companies use pallets to ship their goods at some point or another. Be it for a one-off less-than-truckload shipment, or a full truckload dry van load, palletizing your products is a convenient way to..
The Trucking Industry in January 2023: What you should know
Whew, we made it through another year in the transportation world. And that’s nothing to shrug at. To say the least: the last 12 months have been trying for many supply chains.
What Equipment Do Semi Truck Drivers Usually Keep On Hand?
The trucking industry is reliant on its equipment. And, man, there are a ton of different equipment types. From class-8 semi trucks to 53-foot trailers, jeep/stinger dollies and 3-axle RGNs, “equipment” means..
Retail Peak Season 2022: What to Expect and Planning Tips
Retail freight never stops moving. Consumer goods (the end products sold to customers) never really fall out of demand. Instead, recent history has shown an uptrend in consumer spending in our nation.
An Overview of Dunnage in Freight Shipping: Definition, Common Types and How to Make Sure You Have Enough
Whether you ship open-deck freight or commonly use a dry van, there’s always “something else” to consider. Even if your company moves cargoes regularly, it’s nearly impossible to learn everything there is to..
7 Alternatives to Using a Liftgate to Load Your Full-Truckload Dry Van Freight
As a company that has offered enclosed dry van service since 1983, Anderson Trucking Service (ATS) is familiar with the phrase “I need a 53-foot van with a liftgate.”