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Moving Truck-Racing History
Drivers may talk about seeing the Bandag Bandit on display in Walcott, Iowa, but few can boast about hauling the famous racing truck that set a land speed record of 151 mph in 1988.
Tracking the Batmobile
The replica of the Rambler Batmobile from the Christopher Nolan Batman film trilogy was secured behind Landstar BCO John Turner’s Kenworth T-700.
Haul Helps Re-discover History
Approximately 150 years old – that’s the age of the cannons and Civil War-era artifacts Landstar BCOs hauled from Savannah, Georgia to Texas A&M University, northwest of Houston.
Big Meals on Wheels
“What’s under that tarp?” That’s the question Landstar BCO Victor Clark heard asked over and over again while hauling a certain heavy load 420 miles across the country.
Moving High-Risk, High-Value Cargo
Coordinating the transport of large, heavy, high-value, and time-critical project cargo is a specialty of the Charlotte Express Center Inc., an independent Landstar agency owned and operated by Ike Tate.
Landstar Case Study: Transportation Management Solutions
“I can do that as a Landstar agent. We can make it so you don’t need to hire a transportation manager,” Johnson told the customer – an industrial manufacturer of mining, ship building and energy power equipment.
Landstar Case Study: Combined Solutions
Landstar independent agency Artisan Logistics is bringing a world of different services to a worldwide manufacturer of heavy machinery.
Muriel's Journey: Unique Solutions Move Historic Aircraft
The world’s last original 1935 Lockheed Electra L-10E twin engine airplane, called “Muriel,” made her way across the United States from El Cajon, California to Atchison, Kansas this summer thanks to custom solutions provided by Landstar.
Windmill Blade Trailer Enhances Landstar Capacity
The trailers, made by TransMaster Trailers extend 199 feet, allowing BCOs to haul the industry’s longest windmill blades. The trailers themselves weigh in at 49,000 pounds and are able to haul a 36,000 pound windmill blade.