Ship With Us

  • Daily LTL Service to the West
  • Sleeper Team Service to the West
  • LTL rates from all czarlite rate bases
  • Lineal rate/Partial pricing

Quality Service

  • Expedited shipping
  • 100% Air ride equipment
  • No break bulks or relays
  • No restrictions on freezables
  • Haz-Mat certified

Technology

  • State of the art computer system
  • All “EDI” capabilities
  • Computer appointments with retail distribution centers
  • Online tracking
  • Online rating
  • Online pick-up capability
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To Our Customers... Why Choose BBF

Our Commitment To You Our Customers:

Benjamin Best Freight will be operated as a family owned company. Committed to be the best service carrier in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets.

We will do this by offering superior delivery time and reliability, extra care in handling of your freight, and "one on one" customer service. We pride ourselves in honoring our commitments so our customers become part of "The Benjamin Best Freight Family."


Market Experience


Vice President of Sales, Jeff Bentley and Vice President of National Accounts, Mike Keneipp, collectively have over 60 years of LTL Industry experience servicing the west from the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets.


Competitive Advantage


BBF is able to provide competitive pricing by controlling our overhead costs, not burdened with a large corporate structure, and with a single operation in Cincinnati will allow BBF to utilize over the road line haul units direct to our delivering terminals in the west.

BBF will run all of our trucks "over the road." Most of our competitors that have union contracts require them to ship over 50% of their loads via rail through Chicago from Cincinnati. By not having to do this, BBF is able to improve service times, control of shipments, and reliability by not having to go out of route and put its shipments on a train.