KANE’s regional fleet operates in the Northeast part of the country. Our territory spans from Maine to Virginia and all states in between. Our OTR fleet consists of 130 assets and over 500 trailers. Current terminals are based in Scranton, Allentown and Pottsville, PA and Hagerstown, MD. Dry and temperature controlled services available, as well as the following services:
Expedited Freight. KANE’s main terminal is strategically located in Scranton, PA － within 3 hours of New York City, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. This allows us to offer very efficient expedited delivery to Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states.
Rail Service. KANE services rail yards located in Taylor/Scranton, PA, Bethlehem, PA, and Harrisburg, PA. In Scranton, our campus has rail-sided facilities and is less than two miles from the Norfolk Southern-operated intermodal terminal in Taylor, PA.
Pier Service. KANE services the NY/NJ piers and offers a cross-docking service strategically located near the pier which allows us to trans load product onto van trailers to save on chassis rental charges and avoid demurrage.
We have unique handling requirements and prefer working with 3PLs, like KANE, that have an in-house transportation company and can deliver right from the warehouse to the customer.
- CEO, G3 Enterprises
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