HotShotTrucking.com is a ground transportation service committed to upholding the highest standards of the shipping industry. A division of AirFreight.com, HotShotTrucking.com was founded to address the specific challenges and needs of land-based logistics. We provide quality shipping services to clients of all stripes, and are particularly adept at working with energy companies. For these and all other businesses, we are happy to provide emergency freight solutions in response to shipping shortfalls, as well as standard shipping services for ordinary operations.
In providing these services, HotShotTrucking.com makes safety our first priority. We recognize that shipping services are only valuable if the items being transported arrive intact. For this reason, we take pains to anticipate all of the dangers that can arise on the road, preparing for each one ahead of time. By investing in the best vehicles, people, and planning services, we minimize the chance that any harm will come to your goods before they reach their destination.
Once safety has been assured, HotShotTrucking.com focuses on maximizing speed and consistency. From traffic congestion to road damage to vehicle breakdowns, there are many sources of delay that can occur along any route. We look out for all of them, using alternative routes and centralized guidance to keep our trucks from falling behind schedule. In this way, we not only provide quick deliveries, but we ensure that our shipping estimates are as accurate as possible, so that you can make effective, viable plans for your items.
HotShotTrucking.com never hesitates to take your order. No matter what items you’re shipping or where you need to deliver them, we pick them up in a matter of hours and head for the destination at the best possible speed. You can count on us to ship your items on time and keep your business thriving.
HotShotTrucking.com has pioneered a foolproof shipping strategy to meet all our emergency and standard orders swiftly and safely. This strategy involves:
HotShotTrucking.com has been able to deliver clients' orders so safely and consistently in large part thanks to the innovative ideas and sterling leadership of our founder, Dan Boaz. Drawing on more than three decades of experience in the transportation industry, Dan first created AirFreight.com. He has since founded HotShotTrucking.com thereby extending into the trucking industry offering services into every avenue of modern logistics.
Dan’s insight into the trucking industry comes from his experience working in it at every level. He started his career in 1985 as a UPS truck driver, and from there worked his way into management. He eventually reached the rank of Industrial Engineer, and later took on similar roles at Associated Global Systems and Vital Express. This gives him a wealth of expertise into how to run a successful ground shipping company. As a former driver, he knows the challenges that truckers face on the road, and how these difficulties can impact the overall success of a shipping operation. And as a manager who advanced to the highest levels of UPS and other delivery companies, he knows the constraints those companies face in meeting drivers’ demands. Dan has thus developed a strategy to give drivers everything they need to do their jobs safely and effectively.
Besides his insight into both levels of ground shipping, Dan benefits from a keen awareness of new technological opportunities. From the moment that the Internet emerged on the scene, he saw its potential as a way to organize delivery services. He founded AirFreight.com on the realization that he could connect clients to air shipping services without purchasing planes. HotShotTrucking.com represents an extension of this strategy, offering the same convenient online service in a way that specifically targets those who need ground shipments.
Dan’s innovative ideas and knack for spotting opportunity continue to serve all clients of HotShotTrucking.com and its affiliates. By regularly raising the standards of safety, speed, and quality, he helps companies throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico meet their shipping needs and operate at full capacity.