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3 Critical Questions About Oversize/Overweight Shipments
Although your supply chain may not require oversize/overweight shipments on a regular basis, there will likely be a time when the need arises. If this level of specialized shipping is not within your comfort zone, you should turn to the expertise of a heavy haul carrier to guide you rather than trying to handle it on your own.
Powering a Superload
TLG Transport Inc. uses computer-aided design (CAD) software to predict the best transportation route for superloads.
What Every Heavy Haul Shipper Needs to Know
If your company does not have the resources or expertise to manage over-weight and/or over-dimensional moves, and you don’t bring in a heavy haul specialist who does, you could be setting yourself up for failure.
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.
What's On That Flatbed?
Whether hauling a replica Viking ship, a statue of Abraham Lincoln or one of these other specialized hauls, we’ve got you covered.
Transporting Specialized Freight Across the Border
Heavy or specialized loads present their own unique set of challenges for shippers handling cross-border trade. Pre-trip planning on this type of freight is critical.
Moving Marilyn Monroe
Moving this 26-foot tall, 34,000-pound statue of Marilyn Monroe, called for just one owner-operator with many years of experience.
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.
Podcast: Qualifications of a Specialized Carrier
Landstar’s Vice President and Chief Safety & Operations Officer Joe Beacom explains the qualifications a shipper should look for when choosing a heavy/specialized carrier in this podcast from Inbound Logistics.