Taking your business where it needs to go.
CCC has a proven track record of proven and reliable Dedicated Fleet services. In fact, CCC earns more than half of its revenue in a Spotting or Dedicated format. Our sophisticated reporting and innovative systems ensure you can focus on managing your business. We can even guarantee shared backhaul revenue.
Diversity remains our strength. We offer flexible terms and can provide 24-hour dedicated capacity for as little as 14-day commitments.
Case Study: Optimizing a Large-scale Dedicated Fleet Solution
CCC serviced two major U.S. beer breweries as the exclusive the dedicated carrier for more than a decade. We performed 24 hours a day to optimize more than 25,000 loads per year for each location. Our flexibility and responsiveness helped us overcome seasonal and promotional volume fluctuations – even planned and unplanned production equipment outages. These hurdles were par for the course. We even executed on an annual backhaul revenue commitment.
Our dedicated trucking fleet operates in the following industries:
- Dry Bulk Cement
- Drayage including TWIC certified
- Citrus and Produce
- Pop-up Seasonal Service
- Power Only
- Private Fleet Conversion
To learn more about our Dedicated Fleet and value-added services, please contact our CCC professional team.
Covering your loads – Anytime, Anyplace.
Our 350 strategically placed Dry Bulk trailers help CCC Transportation stand out as the distinguished and premier Dry Bulk cement carrier in Florida – and now the entire Southeast.
Dry Bulk Transportation.
Based in Central Florida with terminals across the Southeast, our flexible delivery services are offered both on-demand and in a guaranteed dedicated capacity 24 hours a day. From regional hauls to drayage we can transport what you need where it needs to go.
Where CCC Delivers Dry Bulk:
- South Carolina
Cement is one of the most commonly hauled items in dry bulk transportation. Construction companies, farms, engineering firms and other industries rely on concrete to keep their businesses going.
Anyone who’s worked with concrete knows that cement plus water can equal a disaster in the wrong conditions. Transporting cement requires shipping companies to take special care to keep dry bulk loads as dry as possible.
Cement Storage Pigs
Needing to safely and dryly store cement is important, even once it has arrived on site.
To solve this, CCC offers leases on portable cement storage containers or “PIGS” for short-term or long-term projects. Pigs keep cement not only dry, but the containers mean you have the supplies you need close by when you need them and where you need them. The dry design of the pigs means inclement weather won’t stop a delivery either.
Pigs don’t stop there. CCC can then ensure the pigs are refilled as needed so the job continues without interruption. We can also move them during a project as it develops to a more convenient location.
Your Materials, When You Need Them
We operate a strong fleet of more than 350 strategically placed dry bulk trailers – a welcome asset for complex pours or well-timed deliveries to your silo. We transport cement, fly ash, slag, sand and lime across Florida and the Southeast United States every day.
Our years of experience mean we understand that on time job site delivery of raw materials can make or break a project. To learn more, we invite you to contact our professional team at CCC to discuss how we can keep your project going strong
Knowing your needs, delivering the goods.
When most people picture a truck, they picture a truck with a dry van trailer. Most are 53 feet in length that ship non-liquid products. These trucks are constantly hauling everything from goods you’ll later see on the shelf at a big box retailer to components a factory needs to manufacture their products.
CCC has a powerful, safe fleet of dry van trucks ready to get your goods to where they need to be, when they need to be there.
As only a nimble asset-based carrier can do, CCC sets itself apart by having a deep understanding of your expectations and requirements for fast and efficient transportation of your products. We service the industries of retail, grocery, home improvement, food and beverage, and other consumer goods.
Long-Haul Dry Van Services
If you’re moving something into Florida or somewhere else in the Southeast, CCC can help you get it there.
Short-Haul and Regional Dry Van Services
Sometimes you don’t need to move something cross-country — you just need to make sure that your goods make it from port to a delivery spot. CCC offers reliable drayage services.
Dedicated Dry Van Fleets
When you have a seasonal upswing in production, it may not make sense to make permanent increases to your fleet. That’s where a dedicated fleet from CCC can step in and be the capacity you need to take advantage of a market opportunity.
Safe, On-Time Delivery
We are fully Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) compliant, metric and appointment driven. We stand by our capacity commitment year-round.
And there’s no job too large: CCC also features an ultra-high payload fleet in Florida. This powerful tractor-trailer combination handles payloads of 50,500 lbs. and more.
To learn more, contact our 3PL team at CCC to discuss the scope of your dry van logistics.
Turnkey solutions from a single point of contact.
We know your business is complex. And optimizing your in-house transportation and supply chain management needs in-house has never been more costly or treacherous. Whether it’s 3PL solutions or retail direct store deliver, CCC Transportation has you covered.
The escalating cost to operate Private Fleets makes the challenge more difficult. We are the most qualified and partner for your Private Fleet Conversion. We can even dispose of your equipment assets through our deep network of resale markets.
We’re also experience, reliable providers of retail direct story delivery, a system that can help further integrate your business into cost-saving technology.
3PL Services We Offer
We are backed by the strength of COMCAR Industries to give you the lowest cost and most complete solution – and let you manage your core competencies and bottom line. With one seamless single point of contact, we can deliver:
- On-site account management
- Routing guide and carrier administration
- Third-party logistics management
- Safety education and training
See how CCC’s unsurpassed customer support will work for you. We invite you to contact our professional team for a unique proposal.
Why Use Retail Direct Store Delivery?
Retailers have long understood that direct store delivery helps streamline their supply chain, saves money and gives them greater control of their inventory. Mobile and wireless technologies are, perhaps, the most important aspect of direct store delivery operations. Increasingly, suppliers of these services are turning towards rugged handheld devices, mobile printers and cloud technology. Adoption of these tools of the trade helps to ensure that there is a high level of coordination between consumer packaged goods suppliers (CPGs), retailers and delivery companies.
Delivery drivers are in and out of their trucks multiple times a day. Their device, whether it’s a handheld scanner or a tablet, is likely with them each time. Harsh conditions such as extreme heat, cold rain and dusty environments can wreak havoc on sensitive equipment. Likewise, a drop from the cab of the truck can cause irreparable damage and stall deliveries. Consumer grade electronics simply are not up to this kind of challenge. Therefore, it’s vital that enterprise-grade devices are used. They can withstand shocks and wear and tear and stand up to the worst of weather.
Accuracy You Can Rely On
Whenever a delivery is made, the driver must produce a delivery receipt for the receiver so that they can double-check the order and ensure everything is accurate. In the past, that meant carrying a stack of pre-printed forms, sorting them out, giving a copy to the receiver, and keeping another for the delivery company. With a wireless-enabled printer, drivers can quickly print out a receipt and much more. They’re also capable of printing updated shelf labeling, inventory and price lists, as well as invoices on the spot. This makes it easier to manage inventory and helps with loss prevention.
Cloud Technology In Your Distribution
From the distribution center where drivers receive their order manifests and route for the day to the moment of delivery, it is imperative that everyone is on the same page. Cloud technology allows everyone to access the same information, therefore reducing confusion and ensuring that every step of the process is smooth and trouble-free. For example, the driver can provide a delivery confirmation to the distribution center, the dispatch office and the customer at the same time. Likewise, if there is a schedule, or order change, it can be communicated quickly and accurately, further increasing supply chain efficiency.
Direct store deliveries are an efficient, cost-effective means of managing a busy retail supply chain. With the addition of technologies such as rugged handheld devices, portable printers and cloud technologies, the benefits are tremendous. Over time, there is no doubt that these operational improvements will evolve and become even more useful to the entire supply chain.
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WE ARE CCC
CCC Transportation offers a broad array of truckload services in the Dry Van, Dry Bulk and Dedicated Fleet areas. We are one of the safest carriers in America. But safe doesn’t mean slow to respond. CCC continues to earn the industry’s highest rankings from the customers who count on us. Today’s award-winning customer service lives up to our heritage as the most capable and premier freight and logistics service partner in the Southeast.
Holly Hill, SC
Warner Robins, GA
Auburndale, FL 33823
4200 Knight St, Brunswick
Brunswick, GA 31520
4500 South Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28209
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
1949 Gardner Blvd
Holly Hill, SC 29059
24735 NW 9 Pl,
Newberry, FL 32669
201 Industrial Park Blvd
Warner Robins, GA
Driven By Safety
While many carriers talk about safety, no other carrier can match the commitment or safe culture of CCC. Our passion for core values of safe behavior and innovation, – inside and outside of the truck, – is what drives our culture. Trucks are equipped with anti-collision and rollover prevention devices. Safe behavior is not only smart business, but it is the right thing to do.
The proof? CCC consistently ranks in the 98th percentile of CSA metrics. If you have not yet been introduced to CCC, ask your carriers where they rank in safety performance.
Meet Our Leadership Team
Keith Harter – Vice President & General Manager. Joined us in 2011
Matt Staniszewski – VP of Dry Vans and Refrigerated Sales. Joined us in 1979
Tommy Heath – VP of Bulk Sales. Joined us in 1974
CCC Transportation’s Company Timeline
1946 – Guy Bostick, Chief of Police in Bartow, FL sells his family car and buys a Ford tractor rig. As a young trucking entrepreneur with only an eighth-grade education, he begins hauling citrus north and bringing milk back to Florida.
1953 – Commercial Carrier Corporation (CCC) founded by Bostick.
1955 – After obtaining certificate of authority, Bostick pioneers Dry Bulk cement delivery by truck with a fleet of 12 rigs. This transforms the construction industry by offering customers a faster, more economical means of transport. CCC establishes a Tampa terminal to support General Portland Cement Company and Ideal Cement Company – the two largest manufacturers in Florida at the time.
1956 – Six trucks are added to the CCC fleet.
1958 – CCC adds four more trucks and becomes the only carrier for General Portland Cement. Lehigh Portland Cement Company abandons rail in favor of a long-term contract and partnership with CCC, which precipitates expansion into Miami.
1960 – With terminals in Auburndale, Tampa and Miami, a proven track record of excellent customer service and a growing cement demand, CCC diversifies into citrus, juices, consumer products and grocery retail. The CCC fleet is now 50 trucks strong.
1970 – Leveraging its diversified customer mix and commitment to safety, CCC perseveres through the Oil Embargo and challenging economic times – even adding new Florida terminals throughout the decade.
1983 – COMCAR Industries, Inc. Is incorporated and Commercial Carrier Corporation becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of COMCAR Industries, Inc.
2006 – Commercial Carrier Corporation becomes CCC Transportation, LLC.
Most recently, in November of 2016 a private equity firm purchased the majority ownership of Comcar Industries Inc keeping CCC Transportation, LLC part of one of the largest privately-owned companies in the transportation industry.
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