Full Truck Load Shipping

Full truckload shipping, commonly known as FTL, is a form of shipping where a truck is wholly dedicated to one shipment. This type of transportation is beneficial for time-sensitive deliveries, shipments that are large enough to fill an entire container, or products that require minimal handling or transfers. With over 30 years in the industry, 18 Wheels has learned to fully capitalize every mile on the road, allowing our clients to incur savings while keeping their business and freight moving forward.

Our trucking fleet of over 350 trucks, 550 trailers, and chassis allow us to provide a single-source solution for our customers. We’re based in Vancouver, but we specialize in a variety of container deliveries all across North America. We can offer a range of transportation options such as dry van, temperature-controlled, open deck, flatbed, RGN, step-deck, over-dimensional, and heavy haul. With our FTL freight shipping, we help you maximize your truckload freight capacity. This leads to even greater benefits, such as excellent productivity, cost savings, and increased buying power. At 18 Wheels Logistics and Transportation, we care about our clients’ goals, and we do our part to contribute to their success.

Our goal here at 18 Wheels Logistics and Transportation is to help our clients get their products in the hands of consumers in top quality condition. Even with the array Vancouver trucking companies, our company stands out amidst the sea of competitors. In addition to transportation, 18 Wheels Logistics is one of the most dominant companies in the packaging, warehousing, and distribution industry in Vancouver and its surrounding areas. Our experience and expertise in full truckload shipping service allow us to provide the most seamless, secure, on-time, and safe transportation of your valuable products.

Contact 18 Wheels today to learn more or request a quote for our FTL freight shipping services. We’ll go above and beyond to ensure your goods reach their final destination in the same condition they left.