Labor Day Weekend Line haul schedule: The Line haul will not run overnight Sunday Sept 6th. Line haul will run overnight Monday Sept 7th with freight available for recovery on Tuesday 8th.
All freight picked up/dropped for line haul on Friday Sept 4th will be available at their respective destinations on Tuesday 8th.
Labor Day Weekend Local Stations schedule: Stations will operate normally on Friday Sept 4th, will close Labor Day Monday 7th and re-open for business on Tuesday 8th. (Unless prior arrangements have been confirmed for activity during the Holiday weekend).
All Stations are open as normal, but taking full Health and Safety precautions. We will require anyone entering any of our facilities to have their temperature taken and to complete a ‘Covid Questionnaire’ (See Procedures and Questionaire at the bottom of Forms section – scroll to bottom of page).
Please note that we will add a PPE charge of $1.50 per HAWB/Per Driver to offset what have become very significant costs in keeping our teams sanitized and available to you all. This charge will be effective as of Mon May 25th and added to each bill from that date.
We remain fully operational and at full staffing, hoping to maintain that and look after all our people. We are supporting medical equipment moves and installs, and are still running all points offering local P&D, Specials, Hotshots and Commercial White Glove – 2 Man Inside deliveries – Residential only to the door, Container loading/unloading – PMC breakdown and build up, Cross dock, warehousing, lite storage available. CFS services and all stations continue to operate as normally as possible.
We are still running our LTL/Linehaul Sunday – Thursday nights.
Please reach out to all Stations to confirm what you need and we will endeavor to fully support you.
4710 Belle Oaks Drive, Ste 104, Charlotte, NC 28208
The Charleston Station has now moved into a brand new 26,000 sq. ft. facility located at 4279-P Crosspoint Drive, Ladson, SC. Please reach out to Craig Mercer with your cartage and warehouse needs.