The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act and opened the door for interstate hemp transportation. It now boils down to hemp manufacturers discovering how to control their supply chain. With the industrial hemp market poised to reach $13 billion by 2026 and strong hemp growing seasons ahead, there’s plenty of hemp that’ll need to get moved around the country to meet demand.
Is It Legal To Ship Hemp? Biomass?
How Do I Ship My Company’s Hemp?
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Our truckers have served the Hemp and Biomass industry since the boom. We have expansive experience in H&B and we’ve become experts in timely, cost effective and safe transportation methods.
For any sized shipment we will plan out the most efficient way to deliver shipment. We have access to Sprinter Vans, Refrigerated trucks, Dry Vans, Flatbeds, Step-Decks, RGNs, Conestoga, and other specialized equipment to meet your needs.
We continue to pursue that same vision in today’s complex, uncertain world, working every day to earn our customers’ trust! During that time, we’ve become experts in freight transportation by truck. We work closely with carriers all around the country that carry the best insurance, are specialized in this industry and deliver on time.
We offer quotes within 15 minutes and provide everything included in shipping your goods upfront.
We ensure our customers know where they’re goods are at all times with comprehensive GPS tracking.
Our carriers go through a rigorous vetting process to ensure they are compliant with insurance and have a satisfactory safety rating.
We offer up to $100,000 in cargo insurance. Our carriers are required to have between $100,000 and $1,000,000 of cargo insurance depending on our customers requirements.
Our carriers all go through a rigorous vetting process that checks that ensures we have an insurance certificate on file, a proper registration with FMSCA, a safety rating of no less than satisfactory (highest rating) and they must also comply with dispatch calls, GPS tracking, and updates along the route with any issues they come along. Our carriers are 90% owner/operators, we hardly use common carriers as they have proved unreliable for this industry.
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