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Motor Carriers listings:
800-366-6361
CRST Malone
506-375-4401
Day & Ross Inc.
Dayton Freight Lines, Inc.

Dayton Freight Lines, Inc. is a private, union-free, LTL freight carrier headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. With 49 Service Centers in the Midwest, Dayton Freight offers shippers 1 or 2 day service to thousands of points throughout a 13 state area. Founded in 1981, they are the 16th largest LTL carrier.

6450 Poe Ave.
Dayton, Ohio 45414
United States
937 264 4060
800 860 5102
www.daytonfreight.com

954-888-7000
DHL Express
337-237-8471
Dupre Transport, LLC
732-940-7200
Eastern Freightways Inc.
336-668-3358
Epes Transport System, Inc.
804-353-1900
Estes Express Lines
234-310-4090
FedEx Custom Critical, Inc.
800-393-4585
FedEx Freight
214-819-5581
FFE Transportation Services, Inc.
402-592-5455
Ford Storage & Moving Co.
920-563-0800
Fort Transportation & Service Co., Inc.
920-563-0810
Fortrans, Inc.
614-351-3333
FST Logistics, Inc.
780-414-2850
Grimshaw Trucking Ltd.
580-234-4663
Groendyke Transport Inc.
319-545-2728
Heartland Express Inc.
Holland
253-537-9455
Interstate Distributor Co.
479-820-0000
J. B. Hunt Transport Inc.
570-558-5100
Kane is Able
602-269-2000
Knight Transportation
Landstar logo
Landstar System, Inc.

Providing transportation management solutions including: truckload, LTL, heavy haul/specialized, expedited, intermodal, global air and ocean services, cold chain, freight optimization, complete shipment visibility and carrier selection. Landstar customers have access to more than 53,000 transportation capacity providers. New Cross Border Logistics Center open in Laredo, TX.

13410 Sutton Park Drive South
Jacksonville, Florida 32224
United States
877-696-4507
www.landstar.com

715-926-4216
Marten Transport Ltd.

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