Transportation and Drayage Options Ideal for Your Business
Uncommon Carrier’s close proximity to all NY and NJ Metro ports benefits you for your import/export container requirements. Our company-owned fleet of “any size” tri-axle chassis combined, with the necessary overweight permits, will handle all types of ocean containers (20′, 40′ and 45′) that are up to 10,000 pounds overweight. We also provide a daily service to/from all the major container freight stations in the New York and New Jersey port. From full-container load (FCL) to less-than-container load (LCL), your shipments can be picked up and delivered expediently to any destination in the continental United States, or taken to our distribution facilities for further processing such as load refurbishment, container stripping, or cross-docking.
Our FTL (Full Truck Load) shipping is ideal when you have enough product for a full load, if you have a partial load but you prefer a dedicated truck, have high risk packages, or when time is an issue. Our LTL (Less than Truckload) ground freight transportation services save you money by combining shipments from multiple customers when demand for your products is average or stable, and is ideal for small business.
Licensed and Certified
Uncommon Carrier is licensed to handle hazardous, alcohol and in-bond shipments. Uncommon Carrier’s company drivers are trained and certified to handle hazardous domestic or ocean shipments with the care and professionalism they deserve. We handle all types of hazardous materials with the exception of explosives.
Featured by the Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers
“One of our greatest assets to customers is our drayage service from the NY and NJ ports,” says Tim Shea. “We continue to update and enlarge our fleet of tractors and chassis, both standard and tri-axle, to provide the prompt, responsive service to which our customers are accustomed to receiving. Our ability to handle containers that are overweight, contain hazardous materials or alcoholic beverages, or are in-bond, has allowed us to meet the needs of a wide variety of customers.“
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