Do you need a list of the top trucking companies in the Midwest? Below we’ve featured 15 and have summarized their businesses.
1. Beelman Truck Co.
Frank Beelman, Sr. founded Beelman Truck Co. in 1906. Today, the third-generation company in East St. Louis, Illinois, currently has Frank “Sam” Beelman, III in the management team. Beelman Truck Co. has more than 700 power units and has some of the most reliable drivers and dispatchers.
Beelman Truck Co. uses industry-leading aerodynamics for optimal airflow and fuel efficiency. Likewise, a highly-skilled maintenance team ensures tractors and trailers work as intended. Equipment for the trucks includes pneumatic tanks, aluminum end dumps, tipper trailers, and steel side dumps.
The trucking company has truck terminals in five Illinois cities: Indianapolis, Springfield, Marion, Carlyle, and St. Libory. If you’d like a quote, scroll down the website and fill out a form. Similarly, phone numbers for its corporate, sales, safety, recruiting, and dispatch departments are available at the bottom section.
2. All Truck
Situated in La Grange Highlands, Illinois, with a terminal in Chicago, All Truck has been around since 1978 and was established by CEO Mathew J. Alagna Jr. It only had one truck back then but now has more than 300 trucks and over 1,500 trailers. Also, All Trucks specializes not only in local but also regional transport.
All Truck offers private fleet conversions to help businesses save resources and spend less time worrying about driver regulations. Also, it has short-term and long-term dedicated hourly services, which include straight trucks, spotting services, and tractors.
The Illinois-based trucking company has central dispatch systems running 24/7 to help clients having a surge of orders. Similarly, the flatbed service offers a variety of trailers to safely transport cargo. Lastly, All Truck has intermodal drayage, logistics consulting, and on-site transportation management.
All Truck has different phone numbers for its corporate office and Chicago terminal. For any queries, you can send an online form — and it includes an option to subscribe to the newsletter and to receive special offers.
If you’re in Indianapolis, Indiana, check out Venture. As a full-service logistics company, it’s been around for at least 25 years and remains under private ownership to this day. Venture creates logistics solutions in Indiana and beyond, assisting even companies in Canada and Mexico.
Venture transport services utilize more than 5,000 tractors and trailers. Likewise, companies can request over-the-road or dedicated trucking services. For regional and over-the-road trucking, Venture provides everything from local shuttle services to two-day operations.
The company has full ownership of its wide-ranging equipment and its drivers are taken in as employees with superb benefits packages. The average age of its tractor fleet is just 2.5 years and its tractors are all equipped with tracking and several safety features.
If you want to know more about its trucking services and logistics solutions, you can contact Venture by calling or submitting an online form. You can also scroll below the same page for links to its Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter pages.
4. Indiana Transport
Indiana Transport in Elkhart, Indiana, is a trucking company boasting more than 45 years of combined experience in the industry. President Charlie Roeder, Vice President Kabe Jessup, Business Manager Tom Roeder, Director of Operations Kyle Pateros, and General Manager Willy Will lead the team.
The company has more than 1,600 power units to effectively transport huge volumes of assorted goods, equipment, and entire vehicles. Its trucks are built to transport boats, utility vehicles, travel trailer RVs, cars, buses, fifth-wheel trailers, and others. Plus, its services are competitively priced and fully insured.
For comments and suggestions, you can email, call, or send a form to Indiana Transport. Likewise, it has a fax number and two additional locations in Indiana, namely, Goshen and Middlebury. You may request a quote online as well.
5. Keane Thummel Trucking
Keane Thummel Trucking in New Market, Iowa, is a family-owned and family-operated trucking company. It was established in 1980 and has built a solid reputation for safety and reliable customer service. Today, Keane Thummel Trucking serves not just Iowa but 47 other states in the US.
The interstate trucking company doesn’t stick to old vehicles and equipment. Thus, its oldest tractors are only from 2014. Keane Thummel Trucking ensures that its drivers have the newest equipment, including the EpicView TV system. Its Peterbilt tractors also utilize PACCAR engines for the best fuel efficiency.
You can contact Keane Thummel Trucking by phone or online form submission. Consequently, you can scroll down below the contact page for directions to its office. Lastly, Keane Thummel Trucking has links to its Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest pages.
6. Simon’s Trucking
Located in Farley, Iowa, Simon’s Trucking is a family-owned trucking company. Having been around since 1946 with just two trucks, it now has 115 tractors and more than 300 trailers. Led by President and CEO Roger Simon, Simon’s Trucking continues to be a leading transporter in the US and Canada.
Simon’s Trucking has a van and refrigerated freight service, made possible by the company’s 200 vans and 30 refrigerated trailers. You can choose from single trips to dedicated trucking. Likewise, Simon’s Trucking offers hoppers and belt trailers, tankers, warehousing, and cross-docking.
Simon’s Trucking has two phone numbers available along with its fax number. The company indicated its home office address and mailing address as well. Moreover, you can use the contact form whether you want to ask about sales, operations, safety, or recruitment.
7. Butler Transport
Founded in 1988, Butler Transport in Kansas City, Kansas, is a reliable transportation provider that cares not only for its clients but also its drivers. Its employees enjoy company values that include safety, home time, family, respect, and accountability.
A distinct feature of Butler Transport is its proprietary transportation and logistics app. Likewise, some of its sustainability efforts are idle reduction technology, single wide-based tires, improved freight logistics, automatic tire inflation systems, and weight reduction strategies.
Butler Transport is always interested in accepting new people to its driving team. If you’d like to apply, check either the quick app or the full app. If you want to inquire about its services, scroll down for the directions, email address, and phone number.
8. Hutt Trucking Company
Hutt Trucking Company in Holland, Michigan, was established in 1985. Starting as a humble trucking business, it’s now a major supply chain services provider with more than 50 trucks and 120 trailers.
The company uses industry-leading equipment and information technology to help its transportation team transport cargo — including temperature-controlled goods. Hutt Trucking Company has route optimization, dedicated fleet billing, satellite tracking, electronic commerce, and order consolidation.
For additional information on Hutt Trucking Company, simply call or use the contact form. To request a quote, fill out the form on the right instead. There, you’ll have to indicate your contact, shipping, and information along with the equipment you need. Fax and email details are available at the bottom.
9. Mid Minnesota Trucking
Situated in Rush City, Minnesota, Mid Minnesota Trucking is a family-owned trucking company that was combined with Broding Contracting Inc. in 2008. Apart from servicing clients in East Central Minnesota, the company also caters to interested entities in the Twin Cities.
With the help of its professional drivers, Mid Minnesota Trucking can help you with full truckload, local cartage, and LTL (less than truckload) shipping. The company also offers dedicated routes, personalized services, same-day delivery, and liftgate pickup and delivery services.
Mid Minnesota Trucking has its phone number listed at the top, middle, and bottom sections. Of course, you may email the company instead or visit its Facebook page. If you’re unsure whether Mid Minnesota Trucking serves your area or not, visit the service area page.
10. Waller Truck
Jack Waller founded Waller Truck in 1959. Located in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, the trucking company now has at least 200 trucks and more than 650 dry vans. President and CEO Bob Waller stands by the company’s traditional values such as honesty, fairness, and quality.
Apart from transporting industrial, automotive, and consumer products, Waller Truck can also handle hazardous materials. It has four general services: logistics, shipping, shuttling, and brokerage services. Waller Truck has trailer drops in cities across the US and clients can track their goods anytime.
For those interested in Waller Truck and its services, a local number and toll-free number are available. If you choose the latter, the contact page lists the functions for each number you press. Also, Waller Truck has a fax number, contact form, and a separate link for those who want to apply for a trucking position.
11. H&M Trucking
H&M Trucking was established in 1987 and initially prioritized grain transportation and freight brokerage. Today, the business led by owner Randy Mueller and Executive Vice President Dale Cook serves not just 48 US States but Canada as well.
Its dry van services utilize 53-foot vehicles equipped with air-ride trailers. These allow dry vans to easily transport everything from food ingredients to electronics and consumer goods. Likewise, H&M Trucking has hopper services and can carry both non-hazardous and hazardous materials.
H&M Trucking has a comprehensive contact page. Apart from listing its office and operations address, it has toll-free, local, and after-hours phone numbers. Seven departments have their own fax numbers, and contact details for the leadership team and the staff are available as well — and you can request a quote.
12. Hoffman Trucking
Hoffman Trucking in Jamestown, North Dakota, travels an average of 7.4 million miles each year in 48 US states. It’s built a solid reputation for its use of late-model trucks and trailers along with top-of-the-line equipment. Similarly, Hoffman Trucking is known for its expansive repair centers and dispatch centers.
The transportation team can handle pneumatic dry bulk hauling and long-haul or over-the-road services. Thus, companies that need to transport entire machines can rely on Hoffman Trucking to do the job. In addition, the business conducts oil hauling and aggregate services — including sand and gravel hauling.
For contact details, scroll down the Hoffman Trucking website. You’ll find OpenStreetMap directions to its office there. Similarly, email, phone, and fax information, along with links to its Facebook and Twitter pages, are included. Any suggestions and queries can be sent through the contact form.
13. Cowen Truck Line
Situated in Perrysville, Ohio, Cowen Truck Line has been around for at least 46 years. It’s a family-owned and operated trucking company that prioritizes timely deliveries and cargo safety. Companies don’t have to worry since Cowen Truck Line is fully-bonded, fully-insured, and ICC-licensed.
Its trucking services include the following: drop trailer services, ship tracking and EDI (electronic data interchange) service, dedicated fleets, team driver operation, multi-stop delivery services, and 53-inch high-volume van-type trailers.
Cowen Truck Line has a main phone number, a local number, and another one dedicated to logistics. You may also use its fax number or visit the office. Just scroll down the website for the contact information. To know the possible cost of a specific service, request a quote online.
14. Habeck Trucking
Habeck Trucking in Belle Fourche, South Dakota, started in 1999 and is both licensed and prorated in 48 US states. It acknowledges itself as a relatively small trucking company, which is why it has competitive rates and a superb on-time delivery rate of 99.9 percent.
You can avail of its trucking services whether you only have a partial load or need to deliver multiple loads in different locations. Habeck Trucking is always looking to introduce more services. Thus, the business has also acquired dry vans and pneumatic trailers.
To avail of its transportation and brokerage services, contact them by fax or phone. All contact details are at the bottom of its website.
15. Jeff Foster Trucking
Jeff Foster began Jeff Foster Trucking in 1981. By 1986, the company received its operating authority. Today, its headquarters is in Superior, Wisconsin, and it’s always eager to train promising individuals to be part of its driving and office team — and it even has a health and wellness program for employees.
The company has five trucking service categories: flatbed & dry vans, petroleum, forestry, heavy haul or oversized, and liquid and dry bulk transport. Jeff Foster Trucking has more than 180 late-model tractors and over 300 trailers of varying types. Plus, it has electronic billing, GPS, and EDI features.
Jeff Foster Trucking has two phone numbers, with one being toll-free. Like many trucking companies, it has a contact form and has social media links — namely Facebook and YouTube. Office directions are at the top of the contact page while quote requests and employment opportunities are below.