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Mile Hi Express is pleased to announce that we’ve begun servicing the Walmart Distribution Center in North Platte, Nebraska effective February 12th 2016 via Interline. The loads will pick up at our warehouse every Friday morning between 1000 and 1200 and deliver to the Walmart facility every Friday evening. We can accommodate both fresh and frozen LTL.
Exciting news for Mile Hi Express! We’ve expanded our freezer capabilities! We can now offer short term freezer inventory and deliveries. Please contact us at 800-332-2064 for more information! Mile Hi Express is an LTL trucking company providing pool distribution services throughout the State of Colorado. All of our equipment is refrigerated with frozen capabilities. We do have the ability to handle dry freight, as long as it is on pallets. Our warehouse can store product at 0 degrees, 28 degrees and 38 degrees, on a short term basis. Our business is to receive, consolidate and re-deliver nice and simple. We also have an O,S&D program that we offer to our customers. We can deliver to just about anywhere in Colorado within our coverage area. MHXP has weekly standing appointments with King Soopers, Safeway, UNFI, Whole Foods, Sysco, Shamrock, McLane, Longmont and the Wal*Mart Distribution Center in Cheyenne, WY just to name a few. We receive 7 days a week and deliver 5 days a week. Our receiving hours are Monday through Friday 5:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and Sunday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon.
We also offer a freight consolidation program. It can take hours upon hours for a driver to make local pick ups in and around Denver, Colorado. Why not have Mile Hi Express pick up product and consolidate it in our warehouse? We do all the leg work, your truck just makes one stop instead of 5 or 6! This could potentially save a driver a day or two alone! Imagine the benefit of your driver leaving Denver on a Monday afternoon instead of Tuesday night or Wednesday morning!