Roehl drivers keep America rolling by hauling loads that power our economy. Click on the map below to see some of the freight and locations impacted by Roehl drivers.
Roehl Refrigerated picked up a load of ice cream and delivered it to Florida, where it was ultimately transferred to a boat en route to Puerto Rico. We control the temperature of frozen foods like ice cream with our state-of-art refrigerated trailers. This particular load was kept at -20 degrees Celsius so it can be enjoyed as it was intended!
c. Roehl Flatbed & Specialized delivered high-end windows to the newly built Santa Clara Stadium in 2013. The windows are part one of the largest environmentally conscious building projects. The stadium is recognized by the US Green Building Council and will host the 2016 professional football championship game.Close
Roehl Flatbed & Specialized moves the iconic and beloved children's character, Thomas the Tank Engine, around the United States and Canada so that he can delight families in person. The life-size version of the little blue engine is moved using Removable Goose Neck trailers (RGNs), which allow him to ease onto and off railroad tracks at museums and other locations.
Thomas the Tank Engine is a trademark of Gullane (Thomas) Limited and its affiliates.Close
Roehl drivers haul equipment that American farmers need. Our Removable Goose Neck trailers (RGNs) with structural, pull-out style outriggers, load and unload crop sprayers, some as large as 14 feet wide, that are used to keep vegetables growing strong and insect-free, and that means more food on American tables.Close
Roehl Refrigerated delivered loads of fine Swiss chocolate truffle bunnies to various store and distribution center locations during the Easter season. Because chocolate is very sensitive to temperature, humidity and the absorption of different aromas, proper transport and storage is critical. Our state-of-the-art refrigerated trailers maintain the fine chocolate flavors by controlling those variables.Close
Sometimes the delivery of a load is critical to a major sporting event. That is the case with this flatbed load of flooring. Roughly eight million viewers saw this floor and the basketball celebrities that played an All-Star game upon it.Close
Roehl's Van Division hauls load of an extremely popular sports energy drink in our 53-foot cube trailers. Most van loads (95%) are no-touch. In cases where loading or unloading is required, Roehl pays for others to do that (lumpers). And on a hot day, they might enjoy replenishing their electrolytes with one of these drinks!Close
This very specific piece of heavy equipment travelled from the woods of Northern Wisconsin to the bright lights of New York City. Roehl Flatbed & Specialized hauled the over-dimensional load to a movie set where it was used to create special effects. After filming was over, we picked up the new star and brought it home.Close
There is real power when Roehl hauls an electrical control building â€“ one that is 48 feet long, 16 feet wide and over 15 feet tall! Transporting such unique freight is one of the benefits of driving with Roehl. Our safety and claims record means our customers trust us with some very valuable loads. While Roehl drivers help delivery America's freight, these electrical control buildings help deliver America's power.Close
Roehl's Van division delivers loads of siding used in new home construction and existing home remodels. Our drivers bring products like siding that help build the American economy and represent a vital part of the American dream of home ownership.Close
Thanks to Roehl drivers, consumers have access to water heaters, and that means warm showers, clean dishes and so much more.Close
Canoes made in Maine are transported to sporting goods store locations across the country so people can use them to fish, paddle and enjoy nature. Roehl van drivers deliver tranquility, opportunity and entertainment with every load.Close
Medical supplies from South Carolina are transported to Minnesota by drivers in Roehl's Van Division. Those supplies are critical for the care and treatment of injuries and diseases.Close
Delivering products like juice drinks is a little like delivering happiness, one load at a time. Roehl van drivers often move products that appear on the shelves of your local stores.Close
Many great products and great brands are delivered by Roehl drivers every single day. Drivers in our national van fleet haul loads of lawn mowers to stores and distribution centers around America.Close
Drivers using our state-of-the-art refrigerated trailers haul temperature-controlled (and driver-friendly) dairy products across the country that ultimately finds the tables of the American people.Close
Muffins and other frozen foods are hauled every single day in our Refrigerated division by drivers operating the very latest equipment, including very quiet and technically advanced refrigerated trailers.Close
Most of our refrigerated freight is driver-friendly, with pick-ups at production facilities and deliveries at distribution centers.Close
Our Van division drivers haul a wide variety of no-touch freight, like sporting goods that the America people use for entertainment and exercise.Close
The next time you receive a wrapped gift, consider where it came from and how it got to your destination. Roehl van drivers may have hauled the gift itself and the paper used to wrap it!Close
Some Roehl van freight is an unfinished product that is used to enhance or create new products. Soda ash is used to create products as diverse as soap and detergent and glass and paper. Our drivers deliver loads that processing plants need to compete their products.Close
As you pick up and deliver interesting freight, you’ll haul the products we need to sustain our quality of life, stay competitive in a global market and help millions enjoy the American Dream.