Licensed and Insured Hemp Transportation!

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    jon wilcox
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    It’s that time again… and if you are like most hemp farmers, then you are stuck with the hassle of setting up shipping for you hemp customers. We would like to ease that frustration by offering the fastest, most reliable, and most importantly SAFE way to get your product delivered to your customers!

    We offer Full truck load service, Less than truckload service, Lift-gated service and just about anything you would need! We can even source a FLEET of trucks to move those larger orders!

    We have used 48′ flatbeds with tarps, 53′ reefer vans, 53′ vented vans, sprinter vans (just a small van that can move 1 or 2 pallets quick and easily!) and straight box trucks (28′).

    Call us today to get a quote! We always try and give you the best deal possible which is why we shop it out to over 70,000 certified and insured carriers! We will match you up with the best carrier possible!

    Jon (269) 331-9905 jon@fidefreight.com
    Zach (269) 908 9995 zach@fidefreight.com

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    More questions you may have:
    Is it legal to ship hemp? https://fidefreight.com/2019/10/01/biomass/
    How do I ship my company’s hemp? https://fidefreight.com/2019/10/03/shipping-hemp/
    What are the required documents to ship hemp? https://fidefreight.com/2019/10/09/transporting-hemp/

    Certified to operate in the United States! $100,000 in Cargo insurance per load. We can boost this number to match the value of your cargo!

    Sprinter Van: Can fit about three 48 x 48 skids with over 5000lb of cargo.

    Dry Van: Enclosed, 53′ long and 8.5′ wide, can carry up to 45,000 lbs. Best for product that is enclosed in super sacks or bulk bags. Cost would be about

    Reefer Truck: Enclosed, temperature regulated, 53′ long and 8.5′ wide, can carry up to 44,000 lbs. Best for product that is enclosed in super sacks or bulk bags and requires a certain temp (60 degrees and above).

    Flat bed: Not enclosed, 53′ long and 8.5′ wide, can carry up to 48,000 lbs. Best for compact bales. Cost would be about

    We will answer any questions you might have and guide you on what documentation you must have for each load!

    Cheers!
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