You've got deadlines and if your refrigerated shipping provider isn't reliably picking up and delivering on time, it can hurt your bottom line. Even worse, did they set the reefer trailer to the wrong temperature and now all of your food is spoiled?
Is it too much to ask to have a temperature-controlled shipping partner that can handle the basics?
Find a temperature-controlled shipping service that plans ahead as you do. Anderson Trucking Service (ATS) understands food and beverage transportation and the unique demands of shipping temperature-controlled freight — including the basics you'd expect from any reefer shipper. Consistently meet your deadlines — even during your peak seasons.
Just like the changing seasons, your shipping demands come and go. So you want a refrigerated shipping carrier that can keep up when your demand heats up. At the same time, you don’t want a shipper breathing down your neck when you don’t need them.
ATS has the size and scale to keep up with your seasonal demands, while still providing a customized experience every time. When you need one point of contact for a one-off shipment or a team to handle your large project needs, we’ll be there.
Temperature-controlled shipping services are available through ATS Logistics Services, Inc., a full-service transportation brokerage and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Anderson Trucking Service, Inc.
In this guide to food and beverage shipping, you'll find:
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