FAQs

Over the years, we've found that often the same questions are asked and this list is here to help you find the information you need quickly.

I'd like a rate quote. How do I obtain one?
The rate quote form can be found by clicking here. It can also be found under Customer Tools on any page.

What types of freight do you haul?
We are primarily a food-based carrier. However, we will also haul food-compatible freight.

What is Eagle Transportation's service area?
We service the following area on a regular basis, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, and limited service to Manitoba. Cross-border states serviced include what is traditionally known as the 'eastern seaboard and west to include all states east of the Mississippi River.

What are your transit times?
Please click here to be immediately directed to our service matrix. It can also be found under Customer Tools on the right-hand side of the screen.

What types of equipment do you use?
All our freight trailers are 53' air-ride, and we offer both tandem and tridem. Our liquid bulk tankers are MC-307 specification, double-walled, with on-board pumps.

As a food-grade carrier what are your certifications?
We are HACCP certified plus we have kosher-certified tankers. We follow all required guidelines to maintain these certifications and copies of these can be found under Customer Tools.

Does Eagle have on-site tank washing?
Yes. We have our own tanker wash-out stations at our terminal in Sussex, NB. We adhere to industry guidelines pertaining to the specifications required for washing out the tankers, according to the commodity hauled. We provide a copy of the wash ticket showing the type of wash performed. If your load has specific wash-out requirements, we can customize the wash-out to your specifications.

 

Eagle Transportation Systems offers a ‘safe from freeze’ service 365 days a year.

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For a free rate request, contact us toll-free at 1 (888) 457 2200


Before WWII, "refrigerated" trucks packed ice around the freight and turned on a fan. Around 1941 the first reefer truck was built, which enabled the long-distance movement of perishables goods to market.