Refrigerated Trucking we specialize in the transport of refrigerated cargo LTL. Chilled or frozen, one palette or twenty-four. It provides services to 32 states in the south, southeast, midwest and east coast weekly. Consistent service in these areas twice a week (most of the transporters that transport trucks do not load during the weekend, we also load on Tuesday).
When you move your fresh or frozen cargo with Wescoast Enterprise LLC, you are working with dedicated professionals who make your load our business. Our fleet consists of new and replaced equipment every 5-6 years, which allows us to be more reliable and have fewer breakdowns. Our service excellence includes:
Timely delivery of LTL Excellent safety CSA classification 24 hour contact with our drivers 24 hours contact with dispatch and operations We only use experienced and professional drivers Weekly consistent delivery program.
Why choose us?
Due to our mastery of fast response times, we can provide unparalleled delivery and customer service to increase the life of your temperature sensitive product. We make things easy for refrigerated transport programming, and we are always flexible because, let’s face it, things happen.
Through our advanced temperature control systems, we closely monitor the temperature to ensure the integrity of the cold chain. Throughout the entire shipping process, we provide transparency with real-time tracking of your product and a dedicated team just for you.
We also offer:
Package deliveries: we support pick and pack operations and deliver parcels / homes directly to consumers, and include routing, labeling and package delivery organization.
Westcoast Enterprise LLC we are experts in night deliveries, including traditional deliveries of the second day and from one day to the next.
We take advantage of our current relationships with reefer truck companies and with our parent company in order to obtain the best price. Our safe, hygienic and reliable refrigerated and frozen transport allows us to keep our costs even lower, so you can watch how to do more, not how to spend less.