When trying to determine which expedited trailer service you should use, it’s important to know the difference between expedited dry bulk and expedited high-capacity drive vans. Luckily, we can break that down for you.
While these two options differ, they are alike in one way: both are suited for the same loads, allowing shorter delivery times and service quality that rivals regular shipping methods.
Expedited dry bulk is best suited for delivery of larger loads, typically consisting of granular dry materials, such as sand, clay, and cement. As markets for these dry materials go up, there’s an increased demand for dry bulk trailers to transport them. Right now the cement markets in the US are growing, which makes it even more important that this cement is delivered quickly and with great attention to quality.
Expedited high-capacity dry vans are more suited for materials that aren’t going to expire or be affected by differences in temperature. The scope of what can be delivered through expedited high-capacity dry van trailers is wider than expedited dry bulk trailers, including fragile products that require special handling. Where we stand apart in expedited dry van transportation is our EDI electronic system that allows our clients to track their products throughout their transportation cycle.
Whether dry bulk or dry van transport is better for your needs, we ensure that your products are delivered correctly, in good condition, and in a timely manner that rivals our competitors.