Too often we find this industry is stuck in old ways. With old equipment and old mindsets that lead to broken partnerships, the trucking industry faces a massive problem. We believe in bringing back the respect and dignity that the indsutry once had, and that begins with our partnership with you. Let us show you how different we are, and earn your trust the way it's meant to be earned.
From Headload, to Expidited, to Blanket Wrap to LTL, we offer you every service you could need, and we do it without losing any time!
As a premium LTL transportation provider in the marketplace, Zip Xpress offers service from Michigan to the West Coast, Southwest, Southeast, East Coast, New England -- 37 states -- and western Canada. The service to you through Zip Xpress is premium because it is quicker and safer than what is offered through larger LTL common carriers. Our 100-percent Air-Ride Equipped, asset-based carrier services are safer – as in gently, expertly handling your materials – because we don’t use the sometimes chaotic “hub and spoke” or intermodal systems that other LTL carriers do. This greatly reduces any unnecessary re-handling of your shipment during transport. Our drivers are all company employees we proudly refer to as our Road Pilots.
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