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Delivering in a Time of Crisis
Truck owner-operators and freight agents are in the spotlight as they transport much needed supplies being used to protect first responders in the United States from coronavirus (COVID-19).
Harnessing the Wind One Superload at a Time
According to Meyer, a combination of technology, experienced owner-operators and agency staff, and coordination with the customer have made moving each wind-power superload a success.
Supporting the United States military is part of daily operations at Lee’s Services and Storage LLC. The independent Landstar agency has more than three decades of experience moving multi-load projects for the DoD.
Objective: Project Logistics
Shasko and his team secured a wide range of transportation modes for the project, including: truckload capacity, air, ocean and rail intermodal services. After weeks of planning and collaboration with TPS, a logistics plan was in place for the year-long plant construction projects.
Bravo Zulu Landstar: Veteran's Memorial Move
The A-7’s transport from Pocahontas, Arkansas, into Jacksonville is part of the first phase in constructing a National POW/MIA Memorial and Museum on the decommissioned Navy base.
Mission Possible: Alaskan Logistics Challenge
When independent agency Crosson Logistics was approached by its customer to pick up a load by truck in Juneau, Alaska and deliver in Washington State, the agency team turned the “impossible” challenge into a solution.
A Show Stopping Load
When it comes to assuring the company’s Innovation Roadshow is in perfect condition during its annual tour of North America, Daikin Applied relies on Landstar.
A Superload Challenge
When the pieces of a logistics puzzle are extreme in size, the challenge requires the support of the Landstar network and the company’s unique ability to tailor a proportionate solution.
A Jurassic Adventure
Morris, a BCO fleet owner of Steed Trans Inc., used crates, straps and blankets to coax 20 interactive animatronic dinosaurs into vans and transport the reptilian replicas from the Columbus Zoo in Ohio.