Freight Services in Missoula, MT

Comprehensive list of companies in Missoula, MT offering air, trucking, shipping, international and freight forwarding services.

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Davis Transport. has been in business since 1960 delivering flatbed services in 48 states. We have conscientiously aligned ourselves with profitable corporations who can supply a volume of freight and the financial backing to promptly pay freight bills.


Whitewood is a tiny town in South Dakota situated in the western part of the state with a population of about one hundred full time residents. In 1972, a Whitewood construction firm began a tiny trucking firm called Whitewood Transportation. We operated and grew successfully there, as that young firm, until the industry deregulated in 1980.


If you want to go to great lengths to move your freight, making repeated calls to numerous carriers, each with their own limited offerings, speaking to many different dispatchers, client service departments, and sales reps negotiating personal tariffs. If you'd prefer to make one call to Livesey All Freight Systems for quality service at reasonable prices.



We know how important on time delivery is and that is accomplished by attention to the details that are sometimes overlooked by others within the industry. We enjoy going the extra mile to get the job done and we like to work with you to reach a common goal, client satisfaction.


You may search for a specific unit in the box below. To better serve you, we currently have now opened an office in Great Falls, Montana We are the biggest used truck, trailer, and equipment dealer in the Northwest. We stock used trucks, used and new trailers, and parts.


Scenic City Trucking is a family run and run business set up in May 1994. We began with one truck and trailer mostly hauling concrete rock and sand which has evolved into an eight truck fleet hauling sand, gravel, landscape rock, and now heavy equipment transport with our triple axle tag trailer.


Mergenthaler Transfer & Storage was began in 1933 by Arthur Mergenthaler as a 5 cent per stop grocery delivery service. The firm prospered doing business as mainly a tiny package delivery service until the early 1950s when it acquired a US Postal contract. This contract propelled the business in a new direction.