Energy Transportation opens in Texas

By D.Ann Shiffler05 November 2010

Energy Transportation, which for 25 years has been serving the heavy haul, crane and trucking markets in the Rocky Mountain region of the USA, has opened a new logistics management office in Fort Worth, Texas. The expanded location will provide Energy Transportation and its customers with increased access to services at the gulf ports and across the Midwest. Energy is also expanding its services to include single billing for railcar loading and unloading, shipment management, trucking to final destination and crane service for unloading and setting.“Energy’s goal is to make transportation simple from origin to destination,” said Shelli Short, business development and logistics manager at the new Texas office. “With increased use of multi-modes of transportation and crane service, Energy’s simplified approach to freight management makes us your one-stop for all your transportation and crane needs.”

Energy Transportation Inc. offers specialized transportation for oversized and overweight loads, primarily serving the construction, mining, gas processing, power generation and wind energy industries, operating in all 50 US states, as well as Western Canada. Energy Transportation operates specialized truck-tractors and heavy-haul trailers, as well as dual lane transport up to 27 axles, with load-handling capabilities in excess of 500,000 pounds.

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