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    Trucking Companies in Shippensburg

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    Business Listing   BOOZ Milk Transport Inc - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 423-5740

    Business Listing   Cressler Trucking Inc - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 532-6315

    Business Listing   Egolf Brothers Trucking - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 530-5056

    Business Listing   Hull Larry C - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 532-5367

    Business Listing   Lurgan Leasing - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 532-2268

    Business Listing   Shippensburg Leasing Corporation - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 530-1248

    Business Listing   Wadel Lamar K Septic Service - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 530-0582

    Business Listing   Walnut Bottom Transport - Shippensburg, PA - Phone: (717) 477-8232

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    Helpful Definition for: Trucking Companies

    Trucking companies in Shippensburg lead in the provision of scheduled bonded trucking services within the States. Their services are customized to meet a customer’s specific requirements and guarantee time sensitive over-night deliveries. They have a vast network of distributors thereby enhancing their efficiency and customer service. The salient features of their trucking services include special rates for bulk movements, customs clearance and documentation formalities, large fleet of bonded trucks of various specifications and capacities, specialized trucks with air-ride suspensions catering to highly sensitive machineries, open top and side loading trucks catering for odd-sized and over-sized cargo, increased security during transit, and a high standard of mandatory preventive fleet maintenance that keep trucks in top condition.

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