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We are a Flatbed Trucking Company. Flatbed Trucking is a segment of the Trucking Industry which specializes in moving freight using a Flatbed Trailer. As the name suggests, the Flatbed Trailer has an entirely flat, level ‘bed’ with no sides or roof. This allows for quick and easy loading of goods. Flatbed Trailers are used to transport Heavy Loads that are not vulnerable to inclement weather, such as Construction Equipment, and also for abnormal loads that require more space than is available within a closed body.
If you’re planning to move very large freight such as construction equipment, building supplies, or any other over-dimensional freight, you’ll most likely need the services of a flatbed trucking company. Flatbed trucking is the freight forwarding industry’s answer to mega-structural transportation. If this is your first time to use a flatbed trucking company, you should have some basic knowledge on flatbed loads and types of flatbed trailers before looking for flatbed services in your area. If you need to move Dry Van or Refrigerated Freight go to FreightMonster.com.
Flatbed Trailers consist of just a load platform or floor, removable side railings, and a bulkhead to protect the tractor in front in case the load shifts forward. As a rule of thumb, flatbeds can carry almost anything that can be stacked or strapped down. Flatbeds can also have side kits that enable them to carry sand, gravel, or any other powdery commodities.
Generally, transportation by Flatbed Trailer is preferred when the freight being shipped is too large to be transported in a van trailer. Flatbeds are also the preferred mode of transportation if easy access to the load is desired from all sides of the trailer.
Flatbed trucking is often involved in transporting over-dimensional loads. Freight is considered oversize when its dimensions are greater than the standard legal load size and weight. In the United States, over-dimensional loads are freight units measuring more than 8 feet 6 inches in width.
For example,flatbed trucking companies are needed to transport the following items: