Chemical tankers are rarely no touch all of the time unless you happen to get on something dedicated. Though on the loading end it usually is. On delivery at chemical plants it is usually no touch too. At other places you may have to hook up hoses and open the valves. Wherein Georgia?
I will assume from all the above that by "no touch".....you mean basically that the driver is not involved with the loading or unloading process for the tank's contents.
Your best bets for that (in Georgia) would likely be Indian River's newer terminal, in Cordele, GA (for you out-of-state readers, that's pronounced, "Kor-deel"...here in GA)....or you could contact Early Trucking Company ("ETC" on their trucks)....based in Arlington, GA:
Thank you for your reply!
Yes, no touch meaning basically that the driver is not involved with the loading or unloading process for the tank's contents.
I would prefer local (home daily), but I will definitely check them out now.
Thank you so much.