What types of freight does Werner Enterprises transport?


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Werner Enterprises transports a wide range of commercial goods for a variety of companies in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Werner temperature controlled units are capable of transporting frozen products, fresh produce and pharmaceuticals requiring special storage temperatures. The company offers bulk transportation for grains, seeds and feed stock.

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Werner Enterprises has three types of service vehicles for transporting goods over short and long distances, including its 48 state van, temperature control unit and flatbed. The company's 48 state vans are its most popular service vehicle choice for customers. Its fleet of TCU trucks is regularly operated in conjunction with on-site management and uses special equipment. Flatbed trucks make up its longest-running service, and the company maintains a fleet of hundreds. Flatbed truck drivers are equipped with tools such as binders, chains, straps and tarps to handle all sorts of large items.

Werner Enterprises' fleet of van trucks is organized into four geographic markets: East, West, South and Midwest. The average haul for vans is over 750 miles, and the company uses high-caliber drivers to deliver goods in a timely manner to various destinations. Its temperature controlled trucks are equipped with technologies such as satellite tracking, Internet tracing and Qualcomm communications. Customers can store goods in Werner Enterprises' warehouses for short or long periods.

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