Public Works

Movement of infrastructure materials can make or break your project

In our rapidly changing world, transportation quality is increasingly pivotal in delivering the goods and services necessary to keep our infrastructure running smoothly. New ways of improving efficiencies for our federal highways, transit systems and our built environments are crucial. At Red Arrow Logistics, we embrace the multi-faceted challenges facing the construction industry every day.

Your turnkey solution, from project management, shipment coordination and vendor compliance

We have a proven track record in handling all types of cargo, in all types of situations. Each project offers its own unique obstacles. We excel at managing the flow of materials to the job site on time to meet project plans and budgets.  As well as being known for firm budgets that don't budge, stretch or come with surprises.

“After working for some of the top global supply chain companies, I felt there was a market need for a higher level of customer service.” - Liz Lasater, CEO, Red Arrow Logistics

Providing productivity gains through supply chain excellence

If you require a logistics partner with extensive expertise in transporting over dimensional cargo, heavy equipment and other specialized construction materials, you've come to the right place.  Our people provide a diligence and integrity not easily found today. So if you want to move forward with speed, safety, and efficiency like never before, call Red Arrow Logistics.

Services:

  • Out-of-gauge
  • Heavy haul
  • Specialized equipment
  • Crane service

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S. Kling, President, UAM

“The Red Arrow team personally called our shipping professionals to check up on our account and to recommend new capabilities that Red Arrow Logistics possess that can help improve our shipping program.”

S. Kling, President, UAM

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