Numerous industries regularly use hazardous materials, including flammable liquids, explosives, and gases, and create nuclear waste. These industries depend on Titan Worldwide, a leading hazmat trucking company, to transport these potentially dangerous but high-demand materials. Transporting hazardous materials requires fully-trained hazmat truck drivers who prioritize safety, understand the importance of compliance with regulations, have received certification training, and believe in keeping humans and the environment from harm.
Titan is well-equipped and experienced in hauling hazardous materials. And let’s face it, you want the best hazmat transportation trucking companies handling your flammable gases, radioactive materials, or chemicals. Our stellar reputation in the trucking industry also applies specifically to hazmat transport. So, trust your hazardous materials shipments to the Titan team, their equipment, and an experienced lineup of hazmat drivers.
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I have used Titan several times to transport semi-trucks and trailers across the country. I have worked specifically with Meaghan Mock and she is amazing. She asks all the right questions and is cool, calm, and collected. She is also very quick to respond to any questions or situations during the transport of the equipment.
Very Fast and professional work. Takes care of our high end clientele.
I used Titan Worldwide to hotshot a forklift from South Dakota to Wyoming and was very happy with their service. The pickup and delivery went smoothly, with no issues or hiccups. Our branch received their forklift within a day. The whole process was fast and easy, from the price quote to offloading. Big thanks to Ashley Hawkins. A+ service and professionalism.
Titan has been a great partner for all of my vehicle transport needs. Fast quotes, excellent communication, and competitive prices. I will always email Titan first! Meagan is always fast to respond and extremely helpful!
Great to work with, show up on time, know their business.
I work for a major insurance company, and Titan Worldwide has been our primary long haul provider for over 5 years. They continue to offer unrivaled customer service and reasonable pricing. Titan is capable of handling the most complex of jobs with expert precision. Meagan, in particular, has been wonderful. She is always available to provide bids, and does an excellent job of keeping us informed throughout the transporting process. I would highly recommend Titan to anyone in need of long distance vehicle hauling.
Titan is very communicative and great to work with. Providing the most affordable pricing to their customers and diverse in what they handle as far as heavy equipment freight goes. They're not scared to take on some new projects and get stuff done. Some of my favorite people to work with. If you don't work with em change that.
I have had nothing but absolutely positive experience working with Meagan and the team at Titan Worldwide. Meagan was very receptive to my schedule changes and was fast to respond back and coordinate the new alternatives. We will definitely work with them again for our freight needs.
Very smooth transaction. Megan was super helpful. Pick and delivery was flawless.
Randles Cheese LLC
Titan brought us a truck we bought from California. Everything went smoothly and everyone was very nice and professional. Highly recommended!
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Our Hazmat Trucking Services & Capabilities
Titan will transport your dangerous shipments–even a time-sensitive load–with safety as our top consideration. Our team of seasoned employees, including the fully-trained truckers we choose, will ensure that every truckload of hazardous materials receives the care it demands and that all regulations are followed to the letter.
Remember, each hazmat truck driver has a hazmat endorsement, requiring TSA background checks, a written test, and a DOT medical exam. Besides the hazmat endorsement, most drivers have a tanker endorsement on their CDL license. Only the best fill our hazmat trucking jobs.
Here are some of the hazmat cargo Titan has transported on our tankers, dump trailers, and trucks in the United States and Canada:
You will find various chemicals in many industrial workplaces. They might be liquid, like benzene, or liquid, like chromium. Either way, we will transport them.
Hazardous gases are toxic and reactive, meeting one of these definitions: flammable (methane), highly toxic (arsine), toxic (ammonia), or oxidizer (nitrous oxide).
Radioactive materials can be harmful to humans. Some of these occur naturally, such as radon or uranium, while others are produced, including plutonium and einsteinium. We have the equipment and experience to haul them safely.
Nuclear waste is a byproduct of nuclear reactors, research facilities, fuel processing plants, and hospitals. It is also generated in large amounts when atomic facilities are decommissioned and dismantled.
Titan provides expert solutions to meet your Hazardous Material Transportation Needs
Contact us today to discuss how our hazmat transportation services can provide faster delivery and better rates than less experienced hazmat trucking companies. We listen well and work together to create a truly successful supply chain without weak links.
A Hazmat Trucking Company Operating Across All 50 States
As one of the most reputable hazmat trucking companies, we've grown a network with a vast reach, giving you global access to all of your shipping needs. Our priority is working with you to ensure your success in a competitive global market.
What are the four hazardous materials classifications?
What are the nine hazmat classes?
Class 1: Explosives.
Class 2: Gases.
Class 3: Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
Class 4: Flammable Solids.
Class 5: Oxidizing Substances, Organic Peroxides.
Class 6: Toxic Substances and Infectious Substances.
Class 7: Radioactive Materials.
Class 8: Corrosives.
Class 9: Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials.
What is the most common method of transporting hazardous materials?
Customers prefer their hazardous materials to be transported via ground transport, and cost and convenience are typically cited as the top reasons. Railroads are a slow and safe way for shipment, while air shipping is fast but quite costly.