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Stevens Transport has evolved into one of North America's most highly reputable and widely recognized irregular route refrigerated truckload carrier, asset based logistics provider, servicing the contiguous 48 states, Mexico and Canada.

Stevens currently operates North America's largest line of the newly released 1999 Kenworth T-2000 Conventional Tractors, complemented by a fleet of 1450 53' x 102' Thermo King equipped Utility trailers, all meticulously maintained with timely rigorous inspections. The entire tractor fleet is equipped with the latest Qualcomm satellite-based tracking and communications system, taking full advantage of advanced technology to productively service our customers. We continuously enhance our comprehensive transportation management system which includes electronic logging, communication messaging, detailed routing, and automated diagnostic checks. Keeping up with the latest high tech innovations has enabled Stevens to operate at peak performance and better prepare ourselves and our customers for new "millennium".

Stevens Transport has sought and developed extensive relationships with many trading partners in both Canada and Mexico. Recent treaties signed between our countries have eased previous barriers to trade and enabled additional business to be transacted. To assist in these growing marketplaces, Stevens Transport employs numerous bilingual professionals and regulatory experts well versed in the practices and cultures of these diverse regions. Through our relationships with the major railroads, we have developed Stevens Intermodal Services to expedite rail services with door-to-door transit. We have the capability of providing accurate 24 hours a day shipping reports through the EDI interface which connects the railroads, Stevens Transport and our customers.

Stevens Transport operates 14 service centers throughout North America, to ensure premier customer service and driver support. Strategically located, these service centers allow Stevens Transport the flexibility to handle with relative ease our customers' incremental truck capacity demand due to their seasonal spikes, quarter-end surge demands. These terminals also enable our national accounts to "outsource" their specific fleet operations so they can best focus on their respective core competencies. Such third party logistical relationships ease their burdens as we are able to effectively service our "customers' customers" on their behalf.