Container Trucking

In-house Fleet of 650+ Container Trucks

UWL has been a pioneer in international and domestic container drayage with a well-deserved reputation for safety and reliability. Our commitment to on-time and safe transportation of your cargo has enabled UWL to excel as an industry leader. We realize that each day is a test of our ability to meet and exceed your expectations. Experience the UWL advantage: 

  • International/domestic container drayage
  • 48-State Interstate Commerce Commission motor carrier authority
  • Canadian Commercial Vehicle Operator’s registration and authority
  • U.S. Customs Bonded motor carrier
  • Hazardous Materials Certificate
  • 800,000+ container deliveries per year
  • 20+ container depots
  • Owned specialized chassis fleet
  • Best-in-class customer service

Call us today to inquire about the services offered. Our fleet of over 650+ owner-operators provides local, regional and long haul trucking services to meet your needs.


  • Full Service, Licensed NVOCC
  • Licensed and Bonded, Asset-Based Freight Forwarder
  • Up-to-the-minute container tracking
  • Transloading capabilities
  • Loaded “secure” container storage
  • Drayage of hazardous materials
  • Heavy container trucking
  • Full EDI capabilities
  • POD imaging technology
  • International and domestic warehousing, distribution and transportation services



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