An eleven-axle dry bulk transport gives Countryside Transportation Services the ability to haul a 110,000-lb payload in Michigan. Sugar accounts for a majority of the liquid and dry bulk loads hauled by the Sebewaing MI-based carrier.
Co-owners Stephanie Adam and Joel Fiebig are finding plenty of diversification opportunities for Countryside Transportation Service.
Countryside Transportation chose Peacock’s largest wash unit for its new three-bay wash rack.
Countryside Transportation’s new three-bay foodgrade wash rack can clean 20 trailers a day. The was rack offers commercial tank cleaning.
Countryside’s parts sales operation has become a big winner for the company.
Plenty of fall protection is in place at the new wash rack.
MAC Trailer has supplied the newest dry bulkers in the fleet.
Drivers have a comfortable waiting area at the new wash rack.
Two Peacock units power the pressure washers in the new wash rack.
Pictured are a couple of the components used in the geothermal heating and cooling system at the wash rack.
Foodgrade tank trailers are supplied by Walker Stainless and MAC LTT.
Hanny reels keep the wash rack floors clear of pressure washer hoses.
Countryside Transportation also uses this system to keep pressure washer hoses clear of the work area.
All of the food hauling trailers have Air Weigh LoadMaxx on-board scales.
BTI hardware is standard equipment on the dry bulk trailers.
Mechanics are skilled at creating custom hardware for the fleet.
Holland aluminum fifthwheels help reduce tractor tare weight.
Countryside Transportation runs Michelin X One singles throughout the fleet.
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