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Trucking a Ship
It would be impossible to haul an entire ship on a truck, even for the most experienced owner-operator with a super heavy duty truck, but Joe Donovan, Landstar business capacity owner (BCO), Million Mile Safe Driver and Roadstar® honoree, came close.
21 Days with Cirque du Soleil
Seventeen dry vans and one step deck hauled all of the lighting, sound and rigging equipment, sets, stages, costumes and props for the event.
Moving a Superload Takes Experience
When Landstar had to move oversized freight through five states, it developed and executed a plan for a safe delivery.
SkyCam Scores With Landstar
Tackling the logistical challenges associated with variable destinations and quick turn-around times called for some creative plays in transporting the SkyCam gear during the 2017-2018 football season.
Huey B: Moving Vietnam War History
Landstar Business Capacity Owner (BCO) Wayne Bennett hauled the 1962 Huey B model helicopter from Warsaw, New York, to the Northeast Alabama Regional Airport.
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.