Los Angeles Freight & Trucking

NATCO: Your Los Angeles Freight Solutions Partner

We've coordinated thousands of movements of freight from, to, and through the City of Angels over our 30+ years in business.

We know things about Los Angeles: the 515 miles of highway and expressway, tucked into 465 square miles of the city, providing essential arteries for 3.8 million residents. The 244,000 business operating in the city. The law against licking certain toads.

We love your cultural diversity —Angelenos hail from 140 different countries and speak 224 different languages — and your Hollywood vibe. 

We appreciate your proximity to two ports that, together, make for the 10th busiest port operation in the world.

With such a population and economic output, your businesses demand dependable transportation of freight. And that's where Team NATCO comes in.

NATCO Transports the City of Angels

We're always available to expedite your movement from, to, and throughout Los Angeles and Southern California.

Our reach is national in scope, and that's why our experienced staff can just as readily help you move a shipment from Long Beach to Pasadena as we can from City of Industry to Boston.

Our three decades of experience in the transportation industry informs how we cover all aspects of your order, including coordination with our freight partners to assure compliance with the Caltrans oversize/overweight regulations.

We treat every customer, carrier, and shipment with the same respect, courtesy, and attention to detail. We'll always work with you to quickly ⏤ and accurately ⏤ determine the right vehicle for your oversize, heavy haul, flatbed, disaster recovery, or LTL transport.

It's the Team NATCO Way.


NATCO Manages All Types of Shipments for Los Angeles Businesses


Full Truck Loads, Specialized Equipment, Over-dimensional, Heavy Haul, LTL


Dry Van, Refrigerated, LTL Network Utilization, Partial Loads


Coordination with Drayage Companies, Door-to-Door Service


Drilling, Steel, Oil & Gas, Dry Goods, Heavy Construction, Distribution, Manufacturing, Local & Long Haul, Building Materials [Click HERE for More]

The Size of Things: Los Angeles Edition

  • If the L.A. five-county area were a state, it would be the 5th largest in the United States
  • There are 88 incorporated cities in Los Angeles County
  • Multi-ethnic mix; no majority population
  • 292 days of sunny/partly sunny days per year
  • 15 inches of rain per year
  • Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach combine to import and export 40% of all goods in the country
  • L.A. County: $800 billion annual economic output
  • L.A. County coastline: 75 miles
  • Home to more museums than any other city in the United States