Commercial Transportation Services

Reliable, efficient, and on-time commercial transport from Dynamic Dedicated with utmost care.

Streamlined Commercial Freight Service Booking

We understand the rush, so we made booking freight services with Dynamic Dedicated a simple and straightforward process. Skip the complications, book your shipments with confidence at Dynamic Dedicated.

Specialized Freight

Get the best transportation services that fit your business needs.

What We Ship

If you have unique shipping needs, we’ve got your back. We deliver most anything, contact us to confirm items.

Where We Ship

Dynamic Dedicated ships throughout the Midwest. Contact us for route details.

About Our Drivers

Our drivers have years of experience. Know you’re getting trustworthy drivers with Dynamic Dedicated.

How To Become A Driver

If you are 24+ years old, have 3+ years of experience, and have Class A, apply today.

Reliable Freight Services for Any Shipment

We offer a comprehensive range of transportation solutions tailored to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Whether it’s hauling goods across state lines or delivering freight locally, our fleet of modern and well-maintained trucks ensures timely and secure delivery every time.

Efficient & Reliable Transportation Services

Get seamless freight services from our dedicated professionals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about our freight services, insurance, and safety measures.

You can either book a freight service by contacting your dedicated salesperson by phone or by requesting a quote online.

Class A CDL:

This license is required for any driver operating a vehicle that has a gross combination weight rating (GCWR) of 26,001 pounds or more, provided the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the vehicle being towed is more than 10,000 pounds. Class A license holders can typically operate tractor-trailers, truck and trailer combinations, tank vehicles, livestock carriers, and flatbeds.

Class B CDL:

This is required for a driver operating a vehicle that has a GVWR of 26,001 pounds, or a vehicle towing another vehicle that weighs less than 10,000 pounds. Class B license holders can usually drive straight trucks, large buses, segmented buses, box trucks, and dump trucks with small trailers.

Class C CDL:

This license is designed for vehicles that do not meet the criteria defined in Class A or Class B but are intended to transport 16 or more occupants (including the driver) or hazardous materials (HazMat). Class C license holders can commonly operate small HazMat vehicles, passenger vans, and combination vehicles not covered by Class A or B licenses.

Dry van freight refers to the most common type of freight shipment, transported in large, enclosed trailers commonly referred to as “dry vans”. These trailers are designed to protect the cargo from external elements such as weather conditions, ensuring the safe delivery of goods. Dry van freight is non-perishable and can include items such as furniture, electronics, and clothing. These shipments are usually on pallets, making it easier for loading and unloading operations.

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