Nationwide Full Truckload Services

TWW provides on-time, full truckload shipping services for businesses of all sizes and across all industries – nationwide. With these types of needs, TWW will route the trucks directly to their destination with no stops in between to ensure your cargo gets to where it is going so that its on time, every time.

What is a Full Truckload (FTL)?

A full truckload, commonly referred to as a FTL, is a shipping mode in which the entire truck is dedicated to a single shipment.  There are several advantages to this mode of transportation including:

  • Better shipment rates for cargo that are large enough to fill an entire shipping container or trailer’s deck space.
  • Full truckloads are much less encumbered by their size or their weight restrictions.
  • Transportation transit time is much shorter, as the truck has no other pickups or deliveries along the route.
  • By utilizing this shipping mode, there is less chance of damage from handling – meaning the driver will not have to move the load around to fill other client’s cargo.

Truckload Equipment Options

Choose from a variety of options, including:

  • Dry vans
    Offer security and basic weather protection for your freight.
  • Intermodal
    Using rail transportation to maximize the efficiency of long-haul freight.
  • Flatbed trailers
    Open trailers designed to haul products that can’t be loaded in a dry van.
  • Refrigerated units
    For shipping temperature-sensitive products.
  • Power only
    When you own or lease a trailer and need a power-only hauler to move freight.

Full Truckload / Dry Van

Whether a standard, hazardous or over-sized shipment – you can rely on Titan’s experience.  With a network of thousands of authorized carriers and a dedicated team of Titans consistently tracking our shipment, you can rest assured that you will have full transparency in your loads.

Flatbed / Step Deck / Hot Shot

Shipping flatbed or step deck cargo often means combating the supply/demand imbalances and changes in the market on a daily basis.  Titan makes sure to improve our supply chain in order to prepare for these fluctuations so that you don’t have to join the battle at all.

Lowboy / RGN

Shipping heavy machinery or taller cargo?  We have drivers equipped with 2-axle removable gooseneck trailers all the way up to 14-axle trailers to carry some of the biggest equipment on the road.  Whether its a fire truck or heavy duty crane – Titan can handle.

Refrigerated / Temp Controlled

Our transport expertise spans over the temperature controlled arena and in turn becomes your advantage to using Titan.  We will match your products to the perfect trailer with the temperature that is ideal for the load.  Quality assurance is more than just a necessity when it comes to refrigerated goods.


Long and short haul


High risk/high value

Specialty services: Hazmat/mutli-stop/power only

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Titan provides solutions customized to meet your needs

Understanding your requirements and objectives is important to us. We listen and work together to create a truly successful supply chain.

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What is the difference between FTL and LTL shipping modes?

The full truckload (or FTL) mode of transportation is for shippers that have cargo that can fill up a container or trailer and the pickup and/or delivery time is important.  The less than truckload (or LTL) mode of transportation is for shippers that have cargo not able to fill up an entire trailer or container and there is flexability in the time frames for pickup and/or delivery.  Typically, FTL is quicker than LTL because the shipment goes straight to the final destination while avoiding stops along the way.  LTL shipments generally will make several stops before hitting their destinations.  Read more about LTL shipping.

What is the maximum weight a truck can carry?

The average weight of cargo that a truck and trailer combination is generally around 42,000lbs. to 44,000lbs.  A dry van, which is an enclosed trailer, are able to carry around 45,000lbs.  If you want a more accurate weight, its best to defer to the driver and ask what he is comfortable hauling.  Anything more than this common 45k weight would need to go on a trailer with more axles such as a removeable gooseneck (or RGN).  Read more about trailer types.

What is cooperative outsourcing and why is it important?

Today, pressures continue to rise for organizations worldwide due to globalization and just overall lack of proper talent in the supply chain industry. Maybe cooperative outsourcing makes sense to bridge the gap.
With this type of planning, you are now entered into a relationship that gives you the power to add services and resources to your already existing platform that will create positive outcomes. Titans of the industry work hand in hand with your team, learning of the ongoing challenges, quantifying the accumulated data and creating evolving solutions to drive financial metrics. You ultimately have a team of Titans standing by to help with all supply chain management all along the way.

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