11090 NE Holman St.
Portland, Or 97220
Phone: P: 971.302.7641 F: 888.422.5865
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NESW Trucking has been providing quality trucking services to countless customers for many years now. With our modern 3, 4, 5, and 7 axle dump trucks, we can meet almost any of your hauling needs.
Our customers include large public utilities, manufacturers, road contractors, housing plan developers and municipalities who may require multiple loads per week. Whether the commodity is dirt, asphalt, or other aggregates; we have the equipment and capacity to haul it safely and on time.
We also serve smaller independent contractors who may only need trucks for one or two days for materials and aggregate transport.
But we haven’t forgotten how to serve individual home owners who may only need a single truck load of material for a foundation or driveway. We can provide a great variety of materials such as gravel and rock of all sizes, sand, topsoil, and bark or mulch; all at competitive prices.
A standard dump truck has one front steering axle, and one or two rear axles which typically have dual wheels on each side. Tandem rear axles are virtually always powered. Most unpowered rear axles can be raised off the pavement, to minimize wear and tear when the truck is empty or lightly loaded, and lowered to become load-bearing when the truck needs the extra support.
A transfer dump is a standard dump truck which pulls a separate trailer which can also be loaded with aggregate. The second aggregate container, on the trailer, is powered by either an electric, pneumatic motor or hydraulic line. It rolls on small wheels, riding on rails from the trailer’s frame, into the empty main dump box. This maximizes payload capacity without sacrificing the maneuverability of the standard dump truck.