Domestic LTL Carriers and International LTL Delivery Carriers

US Special Delivery: (800) 821-6389

Do you need an LTL Carriers service? Contact us today to find out how we can help you!

Domestic LTL Carriers and International LTL Delivery Carriers

US SpecialRegional (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Northern Illinois, Northern Michigan)

  • Skilled, responsive, and professional team members to assist you with all of your shipping needs
  • Strong commitment to safety and compliance with special attention to CSA scores
  • Efficient, reliable service
  • 99.78% Damage-free delivery
  • 99.75% Billing accuracy
  • A customer-friendly website with online tracking, rate quotes, and Web BOL’s
  • Freeze protect services at all US Special terminals
  • Guaranteed AM & PM service Available
  • Hazmat Certified Drivers
  • One and two-day direct service points
  • Next day delivery to major markets
  • Competitive rates
  • A modern, well-maintained fleet
    • Air-ride trailers
    • Lift-gate trailers
    • Heated trailers (freeze protection)
  • Multiple US Special terminals to effectively support our regional volume of freight
    • Cheboygan, MI
    • Iron Mountain, MI
    • Milwaukee, WI
    • Green Bay, WI
    • Minneapolis, MN (Hammond, WI)

National & International Special Delivery Service

US Special Delivery: (800) 821-6389

US-SpecialNational & International

US Special Delivery also provides timely service to the entire US, Canada, and Mexico through a dependable network of partner carriers.

  • Specialized customer care representatives skilled in handling your national and international shipping needs
  • Customizable delivery service
  • A comprehensive network of partner carriers (click link)
  • Easy tracking to final delivery at any location
  • 99.75% Billing accuracy
  • Competitive rates

LTL Delivery

LTL delivery shipments typically weigh between 151 and 20,000 lb (68 and 9,072 kg). Our LTL carriers use “hub and spoke” operations where small local terminals and larger more central terminals are the hubs (also called Distribution Centers or DC’s). Spoke terminals collect local freight from various shippers and consolidate that freight onto enclosed trailers for transporting to the delivering or hub terminal where the freight will be further sorted and consolidated for additional transporting (also known as line hauling). In most cases, the end of line terminals employs local drivers who start the day by loading up their trailers and heading out to make deliveries first. Then when the trailer is empty they begin making pickups and return to the terminal for sorting and delivery the next day.

LTL Carriers

Other Logistics Services:

Air Freight