Deliver it safely, seamlessly, and on schedule, that is what our customers demand for their shipments. ARL Transport LLC responds with the ARL Network of companies, five specialized divisions structured to address and accommodate unique logistics needs.
ARL Transport LLC is a trusted name in the intermodal and drayage industry, and a recognized Independent Agent-operated and Independent Business Associate-driven company. With more than 42 terminal locations serving domestic rail and ocean ports in the U.S. and Canada, ARL Transport LLC's broad and diverse capabilities encompass dry vans, flatbeds, project freight, warehousing, equipment rentals, and dedicated permits. Every one of our services is backed by innovation, safety, and our solid reputation for excellence.
Superior customer service is ARL Transport LLC's calling card, from single point of contact, to MIA Safety Services, to an ever-growing database of over 7,000 highly skilled, prequalified carriers. We also go the extra mile for the environment by utilizing SmartWay Transport, a U.S. EPA-developed program that targets fuel-efficient technologies and strategies proven to significantly reduce airborne emissions and help freight companies save money.
When looking for a transport company to move your valuable commodities in a timely and efficient manner, remember that the road to a coordinated, successful transfer begins with ARL Transport LLC.
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In 1956, Congress provided funds to build the Interstate Highway System, an extensive network of highways and freeways that linked major cities across the continent. The addition of Interstate Highway System also made it possible for the trucking industry to grow substantially in the late 1950s and early 1960s and trucking has come to dominate the freight industry in the latter portion of the 20th century.
The trucking industry has affected the political and economic history of the United States in the 20th century. Before the invention of automobiles, most freight was moved by train or horse-drawn vehicle.
Did you know the first tractor trailer was invented in 1914 by Charles Freuhauf, who was a German-American blacksmith.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) was established by an act of Congress, signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on October 15, 1966. Its first secretary, Alan S. Boyd, took office on January 16, 1967. The department's first official day of operation was April 1, 1967.
Did you know that Trucking achieved national attention in the 1960's and 1970's, when songs and movies about truck driving were major hits?
A division of the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulates nearly all aspects of the trucking industry. Truck drivers are limited by the number of daily and weekly hours they may drive, the roads and highways they may drive upon.
In 1982, the Surface Transportation Act was created, stating that interstate highway trucks cannot have a total weight of more than 80,000 pounds.
Did you know that a truck going 55 mph will take twice the length of a football field before it can stop?
Did you know ARL is CTPAT certified and has been since 2009?
Did you know ARL was voted Swift Carrier of the year in 2011, Landstar Drayman of the Year in 2010, Eastern Regional Carrier of the Year for NYK in 2009, and Intermodal Drayman for CH Robinson in 2009/2010?
Did you know ARL services all 48 states including Alaska & all Canadian Province?
ARL has warehouse capacity in Pittsburgh, PA and Cleveland OH.
ARL has transported artifacts from the Twin Towers in New York City.
ARL has over 42 intermodal Rail and Port locations in the US and Canada.
Partner Name: ARL Transport, LLC
Doing Business As: ARL
C-TPAT Account Number: 52717338
Business Type: Highway Carrier - U.S. / Canada
Account Status: Certified, Non-Importer, Validation Completed
Legal Name ARL TRANSPORT, LLC
Doing Business As ARL
Telephone Number 412-507-3027
Fax Number 412-507-3031
Owner Type Corporation
Business Start Date 12/08/2008