Seasoned in coordinating the transport of high-security freight, independent Landstar Agent Lori Brackus at CJXL Transport (LPB agency) in Conifer, Colorado, started planning for the spacecraft’s move months in advance.
The agent analytics tool provides Landstar agents with detailed data and graphs pertaining to the agent’s specific business. Agents are able to access key performance indicators, review current data, and set goals for revenue, shipment and margin.
Some priceless wartime artifacts were secured inside this Landstar dry van – irreplaceable items used by the many men and women who, as they served our country, were captured and held for years in captivity.
While it is impossible for someone to physically move a real glacier, when it comes to moving a replica of these natural wonders, it just takes a little Landstar know-how.
When the time came to move to a new location, it took three dry vans to transport the industrial kitchen equipment that filled a large warehouse. The requirements included trailers equipped with vertical e-tracks and logistics straps for securement.
Independent Landstar Agent David Rilee has an extensive background in heavy-haul sales. He left his previous company of 18 years to join the Landstar family in 2017. “I wanted to align with a well-respected company.” explains Rilee.
Dan Lawry (LFS) is new to heavy-haul transportation, but not to the Landstar network. An existing customer was disappointed with its heavy-haul carrier and asked Lawry if he could handle the heavy-haul freight.
Landstar’s Mutual Understanding of Safety Together, or M.U.S.T. program, brings Landstar agents and safety team members together with customers in a joint effort to get freight delivered safely, on-time and damage-free.