Cart-Away helps ready-mix move the last few miles Cart-Away takes the last mile seriously The concrete supply chain begins with gathering billions of grains of sand and ends with ready-mix flowing into a form. It starts with mining and ends with the rock-solid foundation of the built world. Each ingredient in the ready-mix
Understanding the pain from the short load charge Need 8 oz - Pay for 44 oz Getting ready-mixed concrete for a small project is really a pain. Think of it this way: Imagine that you are thirsty for 8 ounces of Coke. You head into the local 7-Eleven store and approach the counter
When you own the concrete system your yard improves. Concrete slabs are so easy to keep clean. The best looking building material yards use concrete flat work to maintain a professional look and improve efficiency. Unfortunately, many landscape material yards operate on dirt or gravel and they turn into a muddy mess when it rains.
Why Cart-Away Leads the Portable Concrete Mixer Market Every drum that slides onto the steel shaft of a gearbox is slathered with anti-seize. This important but hidden process illustrates the reason why Cart-Away Concrete Systems maintains the leadership position in the portable concrete mixer marketplace. A Culture of Customer-focused Improvements The anti-seize is applied so
The Profits in Ready-mixed Concrete There is no question that concrete is the foundation of construction in North America. The concrete industry is worth over $37 billion, and it employs more than 2 million people in the United States alone. About 10 billion tons of concrete are produced and delivered on this planet every year.
55 Million trucks can solve the short load problem In the USA the pick-up truck is the king of towing. A full 20% of all registered vehicles are pick-up trucks that sport a rear tow-ball. All of these trucks are the driving force behind the Cart-Away system for solving the high short-load fees charged by
The short-load industry in transition A Tub Trailer The tub trailer was the staple of short-load concrete delivery between the 1970's and the beginning of the 21st century. In 1998 engineers disrupted the tub trailer design by placing a 1-yard mixing drum on the trailer framework. Over the next 10-years a transition from
The Minimum Load Charge Side Effect Many big ready-mix concrete companies will not deliver small loads unless you purchase a minimum. This creates the unwanted consequence of too much concrete for the actual need. Even though the job only requires 1-1/2 yards, there still is a 3-yard minimum to get the delivery completed. This requirement
City Planners like Cart-Away Since 1973 forward-looking cities have welcomed trailer-delivered concrete as an alternative to the big transit-mix trucks. Less impact on the streets, reduced diesel emissions, lower dust creation and smaller wastewater issues all have created an opportunity for Cart-Away. Cities love to get concrete into their local neighborhoods without all of the
Standard Concrete Delivery Breaks Infrastructure Concrete is the second most consumed product on earth (water #1) and is used to construct our community infrastructure. It is the foundation of our buildings, roads, sidewalks and our homes. Heavy Concrete Delivery We need the heavy concrete trucks to initially build our infrastructure. They can do