Services

Bulk Transportation Services

We provide safe, on-time bulk transportation of liquids and hazardous materials, specializing in chemical transport and base oil and lubricants.

We also provide dedicated fleet service for all types of hazardous and non-hazardous loads in bulk tankers or dry van trailers to companies that wish to out-source their transportation and logistics requirements.

New and Late Model Fleet

Andrews Logistics is privately owned and asset-based. Our fleet includes more than 240 new and late model Peterbilt and Kenworth tractors. We deploy more than 500 trailers, including single insulated stainless, single- and multi-compartment aluminum, crude oil and high capacity methanol tank trailers, as well as 48- and 53-foot by 102-inch dry vans to meet your precise package or bulk transportation requirements.

International Service, Award-Winning Safety

We provide service throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada, with 13 terminal locations coast-to-coast, including two of the region’s largest bulk transport terminals, in Aliquippa, Penn., and Deer Park, Tex. Our comprehensive training program and outstanding safety record (Heil Trophy winner) allow us to carry high-limit insurance, for your added protection.

Technology-Based

We use TMW integrated with PeopleNet On-board computers to track our resources and customer shipments nationwide from our Southlake, Texas, headquarters. Electronic logging is in place on entire fleet of drivers.

We also can provide a customized set of reports to help you manage your business as well. Andrews Logistics is electronic data interchange (EDI) capable.

Service in Mexico and Canada

We provide door-to-door service into Canada and Mexico. For deliveries in Mexico, our employee drivers load company-owned tankers in the U.S. and transport them to border crossings, where partner carriers in Mexico take over and deliver our tankers to your customers. In Canada we have operating authority, which enables our drivers to move shipments in and out of Canada themselves.