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RED KITE FREIGHT SOLUTIONS

Red Kite Freight Solutions does more than find transportation solutions. We are champions for our customers, partners with our carriers and leaders in arranging transport for a variety of loads, from raw material to finished goods








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    Red Kite specializes in finding a variety of trucking services, such as truckload, less than a truckload and expedited, for loads from raw materials to finished goods in the lower 48 states, Canada and Mexico. We are an independent division of Leeco® Steel, an ONI company, and bring years of experience in the logistics surrounding steel transit.

    RED KITE KEEPS YOUR MATERIALS MOVING

    Red Kite is committed to building strong relationships with our customers, vendors, carriers and employees and treating our network like family. We focus on the success of our partners, because we believe when you thrive, we thrive.

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    Preparing Your Supply Chain for Shipping Disruptions

    Unexpected circumstances or disasters, such as severe weather, can have devastating impacts on supply chains and disrupt the shipping process, leading to delays. While shipping disruptions are difficult to predict – and sometimes unavoidable – being prepared and having a plan in place can help shippers better avoid extremely long delays or slowdowns that could […]

    Tips For Preventing Cargo Theft and Fraud

    Cargo theft can occur at any stage of the shipment process and can create in devastating supply chain disruptions. Stolen cargo can also result in great monetary loss, particularly when valuable goods such as electronics or pharmaceuticals are taken. While it is difficult to completely prevent cargo theft, taking precautionary measures can be key in […]

    Shipping Temperature-Sensitive Freight in Summer

    As summer approaches, manufacturers of temperature-sensitive goods are preparing for the logistical challenges that come with protecting their freight in warm weather. These goods must be kept at specific temperatures, and even a slight temperature change could result in spoilage, product loss and major supply chain disruptions. Shipping coordinators who work with cold supply chains […]