The knowledgeable staff at FK Logistics can answer all your transportation inquiries. Please contact us with any questions, and we will be happy to assist you. Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions. 



20 slider20 triaxle40'40' spread-axle
Steer axle12,000lbs8,000lbs12,000lbs12,000lbs
Drive Axle32,000lbs32,000lbs
34,000lbs
34,000lbs
Trailer Axle32,000lbs
42,000lbs
34,000lbs
40,000lbs
Gross Weight80,000lbs
80,000lbs
80,000lbs
80,000lbs

What is the AVERAGE floor depth for open-top containers and flatracks (varies per SSL, please contact them for specifics)?
      20′ open-top—12″
      40′ open-top—12″
      20′ flatrack—12¼”
      40′ flatrack—20½”–24″

How much do chassis weigh?

20′ chassis—5,200 lbs
40′ chassis—7,000 lbs

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the height restrictions on stepdecks, double-drops, etc.?
      Maximum cargo height on a stepdeck is 10′ 3″.
      A double-drop is required for any freight over 10′ 3″.
      Maximum cargo height for rail shipments:
      COFC—9′ 6″ TOFC—13′ 6″

What are the weight limits per axle on a truck/chassis?

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What is the maximum cargo weight for refrigerated containers and how much fuel can the gensets hold?
      Nosemount gensets hold up to 120 gallons of fuel,           and the maximum cargo weight is 35,000 lbs (20′)           and 38,000 lbs (40′).


      Underslung gensets hold between 40 and 80 gallons         of fuel, and the maximum cargo weight is also                 35,000 lbs. (20′) and 38,000 lbs. (40′).

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What are the weight restrictions for 20′ and 40′ containers?

      Gross Maximum cargo weight:
       20′ with slider chassis-38,000 lbs
       20′ with triaxle chassis-44,000 lbs
       40′ with gooseneck chassis-44,00 lbs
       40′ with spread-axle chassis-47,000 lbs
       20′ or 40′ via flatbed-38,000-39,000 lbs
       20′ via stepdeck-37,500 lbs
       20′ via double drop-38,000-39,000 lbs