Caldwell Freight Lines Inc.


Caldwell Freight Lines Inc. was started in 1956. The company specialized in less-than-truckload furniture delivery since they opened our doors. They have grown right along with the industry.  The company carries the world's finest furniture to stores all across America.
Their service area has grown steadily during the past four decades. Caldwell Freight Lines delivers furniture to nearly every state in the continental United States. Their top-of-the-line equipment and technology, they can provide every type of service; LTL, truckload, stop-load and consolidation.

The company has new 80,000 square foot, 60-bay warehouse, their administrative offices and 75,000 square foot, 75-bay warehouse, 40,000 square foot maintenance facility, equipped with the latest technology, including computerized diagnostics. They have 60,000 square foot, 47-bay warehouse, Smooth-flow parking area for trucks. Tractors; 215, Trailers; 670 Ââ€Ã‹Ã…“48Ââ€Ã¢„¢ and Ââ€Ã‹Ã…“53Ââ€Ã¢„¢. These sizes have the greatest capacity and are therefore the most efficient. 75 percent air rides, designed to cushion customer fragile cargo, 402 employees 100 percent company drivers, the best way to ensure accountability and dependability, 15 long-haul road teams, they work together to provide customer with the fastest possible service.

The Caldwell team is experienced, courteous and skilled in the art of furniture handling from the customer service rep that answers customer questions to the warehouseman who loads customer freight to the driver who delivers it, Caldwell employees are dedicated, knowledgeable and friendly. A complete training program ensures that their employees are practiced in proper handling methods and procedures.

Manufacturers and retailers alike are under pressure to get the consumer's furniture delivered. The company has some of the best transit times in the industry. They will get customer furniture to its destination fast and in good condition.

The newest member of their dispatch team is an e-commerce, Internet and EDI-enabled IBM AS400, the heart of their Freightrak system.