As one of the largest hazmat shipping companies in the United States, we are uniquely positioned to ensure safety and compliance for a wide range of hazardous material shipping concerns.
With so much at stake, you need to know you can trust your hazmat shipping company. At Landstar, we not only have a logistics network that can handle all manner of hazardous materials, but we also have the regulatory knowledge to make sure we do everything by the book.
Our experts can review your hazardous materials to come up with a complete plan for shipping it safely while also staying within the guidelines of the federal and state laws that govern the transportation of the material. We are continually monitoring the regulations to make sure we are up to date with the latest requirements so our clients can always rest assured that we are operating within the bounds of the law.
There is a lot that goes into being a responsible shipper of hazardous materials. When you hire Landstar, you can expect great service.
Handling and transporting hazardous materials comes with a lot of risk. You have the risk of personal injury and property damage. If you fail to meet the demands of regulators, you also have the potential for fines. Beyond that, there is the reputational damage that can occur when you violate regulations or have an incident that causes damage to persons, property, or the environment.
When you go with Landstar, you know you have one of the top hazmat shipping companies in the nation. We take great care to protect our clients and to make sure we are doing things the right way. Our network currently has more than 9,000 hazmat certified drivers and more than 7,000 tanker endorsed drivers. With a network this large, we are ready to handle your hazardous material shipping needs seven days a week, 365 days a year.
At Landstar, we understand that there is some concern when you hand hazardous materials over to a shipping service provider. That is why we go out of our way to make sure we not only meet regulatory and industry standards, but we aim to exceed them.
We require all of our trucks have and maintain the appropriate certifications. Along with that, our hazmat department is always reviewing our practices to look for ways we can improve processes and reduce the risk of incidents. We can even help our clients to review their process to make sure they are meeting their regulatory obligations and to help them minimize the risk in the handling, storing, and transportation of hazardous materials.