Dry van jobs utilize the most common type of truck trailer to transport the widest variety of freight. It is estimated that forty one percent of all truck trailers today are of this type. Simply described as a large container on wheels, the dry van truck is around fifty three feet long. Dry van trucking companies are usually looking for individuals nationwide with a commercial driver’s license to transport dry, non liquid freight.
Dry van trucking has an edge in that the trailers can attach to other tractors quickly and easily. The fifth wheel coupling system works through a ball mounted underneath the front end of the trailer and a socket on the rear axel of the tractor. This allows for the efficient transfer of trailers and the freight they transport.
As with dry van logistics, the dry van trailer has also been modernized. The inclusion of translucent roofs allows for sunlight to enter the trailer to ensure a safe loading and unloading process.
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