Trucking Services


Truck Types we can provide:

Belly Dump

Bottom dumping truck. Material is place on the ground in a wind row (linear pile). The key advantage to this type of truck is the fact that it does not need to stop to dump its load. These haul approximately 23.5 tons of material.

Double Belly

Similar to a standard 40' belly dump. Material is deposited on the ground in a wind row(linear pile). The advantage these have to standard belly dumps is their extreme manuverability on jobsites. They have a much smaller turning radius. These haul approximately 25 tons of material.

Side Dump

These trucks offer hydraulic rams that tilt the dump body onto the side, which spills the material to the left or right side of the trailer. The biggest advantages with these types of dump trucks are that they allow rapid unloading and carry more weight than other types of dump trucks.

Super Dump

A Super dump truck is a straight dump truck equipped with up to 4 sets of liftable, load-bearing axles rated as high as 13,000 pounds. These extra axels increases the gross weight allowed under the federal bridge formula, which sets standards for truck size and weight. Depending on the vehicle length and axle configuration, Superdumps can be rated as high as 80,000 pounds GVW and carry as much as 26 tons.

End Dump

A semi end dump is a tractor-trailer combination wherein the trailer contains a hydraulic hoist which lifts the front of the trailer vertical. A typical semi end dump has a 3-axle tractor pulling a 2-axle semi-trailer. The key advantage of a semi end dump is rapid unloading, and ability to deal with a variety of different materials. A key disadvantage is that they are very unstable when raised in an area that is uneven or off level.