Trailers can be used for all types of cargo of many different weights, shapes, and sizes. There are many different types of trailers available on the market today, and with so many variations there is a trailer built for nearly any type of cargo you can imagine. Flatbeds can be used for tall or oddly-shaped cargo, dry trailers are great for non-perishable goods and refrigerated trailers can carry freight that needs to be kept at a specific temperature. Whether you need a 28 ft reefer trailer for frozen, a 48 ft dry trailer for appliances, or a flatbed trailer to haul a car, the COOP app has plenty of options to choose from depending on seasonal availability in Columbia today!
Refrigerated trailers come in many different lengths and can also be known as reefer trailers. These trailers are made by a handful of different companies and even come in single or multiple temperature zone options, for if you have cargo that has different requirements. If you need to transport food, flowers, or any refrigerated cargo that requires air circulation to stay fresh, a wooden floor refrigerated trailer is your best option. If you are hauling frozen food, medical supplies, or other goods that require cooling but not air circulation, a metallic floor reefer trailer is what you need.
Dry Van Trailers
Dry van trailers are the most common type of trailers and are used to haul dry and non-perishable goods like appliances or furniture. The fully-enclosed cargo area in a dry van trailer allows your cargo to be protected from the elements, making them great for everything from packaged food to appliance delivery.
Flatbed trailers are especially good options for tall, heavy, or odd-shaped cargo because they consist of a flat bed design that has no roof or sides. These trailers are most often seen on the road hauling or towing vehicles, flatbed trailers come in specialty versions like step decks or lowboys for especially tall and heavy cargo.
Pup trailers are the smallest trailers available and are often used for smaller cargo loads. Made in lengths between 26 ft and 28 ft, pup trailers can be pulled as a single for a small cargo load, or could sometimes be attached in chains of two to three for several loads that are going to different delivery locations.
Great Dane has been producing exceptional trailers since its start in 1900. Now one of the largest manufacturers of dry, refrigerated, and flatbed trailers in the world, they have built a reputation for their reputation and high-quality manufacturing.
Hyundai Translead is at the top of the trailer industry long for their breakthroughs in design and materials that have led to lighter and stronger trailers. Many decades of research and hard work have made Hyundai one of the most trusted manufacturers of trailers in the nation.
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company is the oldest manufacturer of trailers in the US. This long history has given them the experience, know-how, and reputation for making exceptional products that their customers love. This company has grown from a small startup company to the third-largest trailer manufacturer in the United States with a reputation for durability and quality. The Utility 4000 AE trailer reduces the standard weight by using an all-aluminum body that has the strength of steel, providing both fuel efficiency and unparalleled strength. This all-American brand is known for durability and quality, and once you use their trailers you will understand how they have stayed in business for over a century.
Transcraft by Wabash National has long been known to include the industry’s highest standards of efficiency, quality, and performance in their manufacturing requirements, giving you dependable products with every model. Wabash trailers include an enhanced visibility rear lighting system to ensure drivers behind you will clearly see you, and you will clearly see them, no matter what the weather or environment. Also having a design built to reduce strap wear, Wabash trailers are some of the highest quality and most dependable trailers made today.
Thermo King not only invented the first refrigerated unit used in transportation, but the company has led the industry in refrigeration innovations and technology since the day the company began. Their units offer an assuredness when transporting refrigerated goods, knowing that you are trusting your cargo to the best and most trusted name in the industry. Available in options for single or multiple temperature zone reefer trailers, use any COOP platform today to find a Thermo King-enabled refrigerated trailer to keep your cargo safe in Columbia.
When your precious cargo includes fresh, frozen, or any temperature-specific food it is imperative that you use a refrigerated trailer to keep it in good condition during transport. All vehicles have to be proven to be in good working order to be listed on our platform, meaning you can trust your next refrigerated cargo load with a COOP-rented trailer.
The construction industry loves their pickup trucks, but there are some loads that are too large to fit in the back of any bed, no matter how large. Flatbed trailers are often used for moving large construction equipment or machinery to the job site. Dry van trailers are another much-needed solution for transporting and storing materials that cannot be left out on the job site. If your construction business in Columbia needs a trailer rental to get your heavy equipment or machinery moved, COOP has plenty of options that you can choose from to get your job done today!
The right flowers can make a special occasion even more special, but only if they have been maintained well and retain their beauty. One of the key aspects of maintaining the beauty of a flower is proper care, and if you are delivering or transporting flowers that may mean a refrigerated trailer. If you are delivering flowers to their point of sale or for a special event, COOP’s straightforward platform can help you find the right single or multiple zone refrigerated trailer to keep your flowers fresh in transit.
Appliances today are made with all sorts of high-tech gadgetry that often gives them many more uses, but also makes them much more fragile than in the past. Because of the writing and integrations that make these gadgets smart, they need to be kept out of the elements, especially during transport.
Businesses in Columbia use tractors every day for many different reasons. Infrastructure and construction companies are using storage containers to keep their goods safe, secure, and protected from the elements as they work on large projects. If your Columbia company needs a trailer rental to get your next large job done, download the COOP app and join today to begin your search!
What methods of payment are accepted by COOP?
COOP accepts all major credit cards for deposit and rental payments.
Which type of trailer rental is right for moving infrastructure equipment?
There are many different types of trailers available on the COOP app, depending on seasonal availability. Infrastructure equipment is typically very large, and transportation regulations limit how tall equipment can sit during transit. Especially tall equipment can either be carried on a standard flatbed trailer or may need a lowboy or step-deck.
Are the rates for trailer rentals affordable on the COOP app?
COOP has a wide range of different types of trailer rentals available, depending on seasonal availability. Rental prices on the platform are very competitive, even to local rental counters. You can rent a small 26 ft dry trailer starting from $20 per day or a large reefer trailer starting from $60 per day, as an example. With discounts for any rental that is longer than a week, the prices on the COOP app are hard to beat!