At Transhorn, we specialize in ground transportation – FTL, LTL – Dry Van, Reefer, flatbed, Hotshot, Roller Bed etc. and have a private fleet of over 100 trucks

Full Truck Load(FTL)

FTL or Full TruckLoad is the transport of goods that fill up a full truck, or a partial load shipment occupying an entire truck. Bulk foods are typically shipped by FTL. FTL is contracted to one customer. It's faster and more expensive.

Full Less Than Truck Load(LTL)

Less Than Truckload shipping aka LTL shipping is the transport of goods that do not take up the entire available space on the truck. LTL freight combines shipments from multiple customers. Typically slower delivery time; less expensive.

Dry Van

A dry van is a type of semi-trailer that's fully enclosed to protect shipments from outside elements. Designed to carry palletized, boxed or loose freight, dry vans aren't temperature-controlled (unlike refrigerated “reefer” units) and can't carry oversized shipments (unlike flatbed trailers).



Reefer Freight

Reefer freight refers to refrigerated and temperature controlled freight movements and equipment used to transport perishables or other temp-controlled freight. All freight modes, meaning FTL, LTL, intermodal, rail, ocean and air have reefer freight services available.



A flatbed is a type of truck that has an entirely flat, level “bed” body with no sides or roof. ... When freight is being shipped that could not be easily loaded into a van due to weight, length or unconventional size, it can be loaded onto the open deck of a flatbed more easily.


Hot shot trucking (AKA hotshot trucking)

Hot shot trucking (AKA hotshot trucking) involves hauling smaller, more time-sensitive LTL loads within a specific timeframe, and usually to a single customer or location. ... Instead of keeping expedited shipping vehicles on standby, hot shot hauling jobs are distributed to various drivers through load boards.