Fleet Box Truck Leasing
A box truck—also known as a box van or cube truck is a chassis cab truck with an enclosed cargo area. They offer more cargo space, and are ideal for deliveries, movers, and haulers.
The difference between a box truck and a cargo van is the cargo van is a one-piece unibody, while a box truck is created by adding a cargo box to a chassis cab. PLS can install this option if you need! There is a range of different fleet box trucks available, contact a Pro Fleet Advisor to reserve your truck!
Fleet Box Truck Specifications
Box trucks are often 10-26 ft long and are used by companies transporting large goods; or are used as moving and delivery trucks. The most common manufacturers of these trucks are Ford, Dodge and Chevrolet/GMC. All will be between Class 3 and Class 7.
- Class examples:
Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra 3500, Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD, Chevrolet Silverado 5500HD, Chevrolet Silverado 6500HD, Ford F-350, Ford F-450, Ford F-550, Ford F-650, Ford F-750, Ram 3500, Ram 4500, Ram 5500
Fleet box trucks are suited for businesses focused on shipping, logistics, moving and or delivery. So if you’re in need of a large hauler that can handle any cargo, a box truck is the perfect choice.
- Applications can include but are not limited to:
Residential And Commercial Moves, Storage Facility Rentals, Parcel Delivery, Furniture Delivery, Appliance Delivery
Box Truck Fleet Option: Refrigerated Box
A refrigerated truck is used when temperature-sensitive goods need to be professionally handled and delivered. Refrigerated box trucks also known as “reefer trucks,” or “reefers,” offer an unparalleled level of reliability mo matter the environment they drive through. When delivering perishable items, we have the trucks to keep your cargo at consistent temperatures.
Our industry-leading five-business day delivery program says it all. We’re confident we can provide you with rapid acquisition and delivery of the fleet you need. Contact one of our Pro Fleet Advisors today to learn more!
- More responsive turnaround times than our competitors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Renting a box truck when you need it is not a long term solution and can cost as much for a single day as a lease would cost for a single month.
They are essential to most moving, hauling, and technical jobs that require more cargo area.