Fuel Surcharge For The Week Ending 8/26/2017 is 20%


Shea Trucking Service To/From JFK

Shea Trucking moves its Customer’s incoming and outgoing traffic to and from John F Kennedy (JFK) Airport with about150 shipments of approximately 100,000 poundsper day to and from JFK from Nassau and Suffolk customers.  In the service of its customers, Shea deals with the 100 or so cargo carriers in the air cargo complex (North and South Cargo Areas) of JFK as well as various airlines’ Priority Parcel Service facilities.

Shea Trucking’s service to thenumber three freight gateway in the United States and the number one international air freight gateway in the United States enables its customers to securely, timely and efficiently compete in business.  Over the years, Shea trucks have demonstrated they get cargo to JFK on time and they are there to receive it as soon as it is available and customs cleared.

 

Shea Trucking Service To/From Newark Liberty International Airport

Shea Trucking moves its Customer’s incoming and outgoing traffic to and from the Newark Liberty international  Airport (EWR) with approximately15 trips/day  (roughly 30,000+ lbs.)from Nassau and Suffolk customers.

Shea Trucking’s service to the50 carriers servicing Newark Liberty International Airport enables its customers to securely, timely and efficiently compete in business.  Over the years, Shea trucks have demonstrated they get cargo to EWR on time and receive it as soon as it is available and customs cleared.

 

Shea Trucking Service To/From Long Island MacArthur Airport

Shea Trucking moves its Customer’s incoming and outgoing traffic to and from the Long Island MacArthur Airport (also known as Islip Airport or ISP) with 5 trips/day which are ALL Small Next Flight Out Service.  ISP is virtually equidistant between Montauk Point (72 miles) and Manhattan (60 miles) so it is a central point of Long Island and next to the Foreign Trade Zone.

Shea Trucking’s service to Long Island MacArthur Airport enables its customers to securely, timely and efficiently compete in business.  Over the years, Shea trucks have demonstrated they get cargo to ISP on time and receive it as soon as it is available and cleared.

 

 

Even with the instability in the trucking field, and never employing a sales staff, Shea continues to grow. Much of that can be attributed to the fact that when you call Shea, there's a pretty good possibility you'll be speaking with one of the owners. Brother Rich (President), Jim and Chris run the day to day operations mindful of the adage "You are only as good as your last delivery." If that means coming in early, staying late to load trucks, or getting in the truck to deliver your important shipment, they will be there - their business and your business depends on it.