are there any strictly DNH w/Preloaded trailer OTR fleets out there?

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  1. Loudstacks

    Loudstacks Light Load Member

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    Any strictly DnH with preloaded trailers outfits (hazmat, dry van, reefer, etc - any box) so runners can run efficiently? w2 strictly no shady 1099 euro Gary IN GoodFellas! NO LTL
     
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    Hawkeye72 Light Load Member

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    Walmart? Schneider also has dedicated Walmart drivers.

    Fremont Contract Carriers says 72% drop and hook.
     
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    RussianBearTruckeR Medium Load Member

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    Wmt will supposedly suspend all 3rd party cross dock hauling and bump up their white shirt private fleet to do this exclusively..
    3rd party will still be able t
     
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    drvrtech77 Road Train Member

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    I cannot see that happening anytime soon…
     
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    I’m odd and not a big fan of drop and hook at times. Sometimes I’d rather sit at a warehouse for 45 minutes than swap to a preloaded trailer that may or may not be missing a mud flap and a freshly picked up bolt in a tire. But anyways...

    I did a short stint with heartland express. Majority of all loads were pre-loaded and then store deliveries, so unloaded in a timely manner. Lots of Lowe’s, Tractor Supply, etc. Miles weren’t great though and lots of short hauls, so probably not what you want.

    Danny Herman has a long length of haul and a decent amount of drop and hook from what I’ve heard and they stay south so Winter isn’t as much of a hindrance. Pay scale is a little lackluster, but no Winter and 1000-1500 mile runs regularly seems like an enjoyable way to drive OTR.

    I’d assume JB Hunt intermodal is majority drop and hook.
     
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