Hirschbach Motor Lines is a private trucking company which specializes in refrigerated carrier holding both common and contract carrier authority. Their primary market areas extend from the upper Midwest to/from the Southeast, Southwest, and the West Coast.
Hirschbach Motor Lines first began its operations in 1935, Ray Hirschbach founded this company with a single truck and the basic, but noble, philosophy that providing specialized, economical, and on-time truck transportation service will both benefit his company and his clients' companies as well. No wonder, skeptics became believers as Hirschbach hauled bananas to the upper Midwest from clients in the Gulf ports. With his notable delivery record and an unprecedented care he gave each load, his customers were greatly impressed.
Hirschbach's philosophy worked wonders for him and his reputation for personal service spread and the company's advancement was quickly elevated. Once the manufacturers and producers, recognized Hirschbach's distinctive capacity to cater for their specialized needs and economical, on-time service Ãƒ‚Ã¢€“ their exclusive dependence on rail transport system ended.
Hirschbach Motor Lines' employees understand, from the moment they were hired, that their customers are the priority. Everything they do is executed with the clients' needs in mind. Customers can be assured that Hirschbach Motor Lines remains aware of the environment, the public, and the function of all governmental bodies as they aim to preserve the highest level of efficiency and personal service attainable.
It is estimated that Hirschbach Motor Lines has 130 employees and has an annual sales of $100 million. Hirschbach Motor Lines run a very modern and highly efficient fleet of about 500 tractors with an average age of 1.75 years, and 700 53 foot trailers..
Hirschbach Motor Lines makes their client's shipping problems their problem and offer the right solutions for their transportation needs. They have been successfully solving transportation problems for their clients for over five decades now.