Freight services, tailor made for industrial shippers like you
Curri allows you to flex your freight with same-day, expedited, regional, and long-haul options. Choose from straight trucks, dry-vans, flatbeds, lowboys, pickups, box trucks, lift-gates, stake beds, goosenecks, and more. We offer one-offs, periodic, and even dedicated, daily services.Request a Demo
Industrial-grade freight options, at your fingertips
Trained and insured local drivers
Finding a reliable freight provider who knows the ins-and-outs of commercial shipping can be difficult. With Curri, our team of in-house experts paired with our nationwide network of carriers with knowledge of the industry will make shipping a breeze.
LTL freight logistics that make sense
Curri helps industrial shippers by offering services needed to move oversized freight loads locally, regionally, and long-distance. Whether it’s a one-off, periodic, or a dedicated run, Curri has the ability to assist you in any situation.
Freight solutions that fit your needs
Large vehicle selection
Choose from straight trucks, flatbeds, lowboys, pickups, lift-gates, dry-vans, goosenecks, and more.
Flexible freight shipping
No matter how complex your freight requirements are, let Curri be your easy button for a job done well and fast.
Long-haul to last-mile
Our network of trained, local providers have the knowledge of the industry and will go the extra mile to serve.
One software platform for all your delivery needs, from sedans to semis
What Is LTL Freight?
LTL freight refers to the transportation of small quantities of goods that do not require a full trailer. LTL freight carriers consolidate multiple LTL shipments from different shippers and transport them together to lower costs.
What Is FTL Freight?
FTL freight refers to the transportation of a full trailer of goods. FTL carriers transport goods for a single shipper, directly from the origin to destination, without consolidation.
What Is No-Touch Freight?
No-touch freight is cargo that does not require any loading or unloading by the driver. The driver merely drops off and picks up the freight, leaving the loading and unloading to others.
How Do I Find Freight Loads to Haul?
Freight loads can be found through load boards, brokers, and directly from shippers. Curri is an excellent, free solution for finding freight loads for your location and vehicle type.