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A Really Tall Heavy Haul
The creator turned to independent Landstar agency WW Transport Inc. and Landstar Business Capacity Owner (BCO) Ronald Shaw, who has 21 years of experience hauling heavy and overdimensional freight with his double-drop trailer.
How to Move a Heavy Haul Masterpiece
The agency, L-5 Transportation Inc., has provided transportation services for RWI’s parent company, Tri-Mer Corporation, for the last 30 years. When faced with the new challenge from their longtime customer, the agency was prepared.
Mission Dream Chaser® - Giving a Spacecraft a Road Test
Seasoned in coordinating the transport of high-security freight, independent Landstar Agent Lori Brackus at CJXL Transport (LPB agency) in Conifer, Colorado, started planning for the spacecraft’s move months in advance.
What Is In The Landstar Van? Pieces of History
Some priceless wartime artifacts were secured inside this Landstar dry van – irreplaceable items used by the many men and women who, as they served our country, were captured and held for years in captivity.
What Is In The Landstar Van? A Replica of A Glacier
While it is impossible for someone to physically move a real glacier, when it comes to moving a replica of these natural wonders, it just takes a little Landstar know-how.
What's In The Landstar Van? Industrial Kitchen Equipment
When the time came to move to a new location, it took three dry vans to transport the industrial kitchen equipment that filled a large warehouse.
Collaborating for Safety: Landstar’s M.U.S.T. Program
Landstar’s Mutual Understanding of Safety Together, or M.U.S.T. program, brings Landstar agents and safety team members together with customers in a joint effort to get freight delivered safely, on-time and damage-free.
Anyone involved in moving heavy or oversize loads knows that some take more effort than others. That was certainly the case with a 94,000-pound scissor-lift platform that stretches 110-feet long and spans 24 feet 6 inches – taking up 2 lanes.
Months before the move, NASA turned to Landstar Agent Jim Robinson who put his team at Specialized Transportation (STR) into motion to start coordinating the confidential move.