Work ethic, Loyalty to our driver family, and Accessibility to our clients.
That’s the W.L.A. way!

Large Enough to Serve.

Founded in 1989 by William Anderson, W.L.A. Trucking has grown to become a reliable, dependable go-to coast-to-coast transportation resource.

Our specialty is hauling dry freight – textiles, furniture, and more – to the West Coast and returning to the East with perishable products in climate-controlled trailers.

Small Enough to Care.

We take the time to get to know you as a customer and learn your business strategies to deliver the consistent results you need.

We’re passionate about helping your business increase efficiencies throughout your supply chain, so your goods can be where they need to be when they need to be there.

Bobby and Stephen Post run W.L.A., and have over 70 years of combined trucking experience. Their mission is to continually build W.L.A.’s reputation of honesty and accessibility to clients and loyal to the drivers who are on the front lines of getting goods where they need to be.

The W.L.A. Customer

  • On-time delivery
  • Consistently thoughtful service that works to anticipate your needs
  • Knowledge of our role in your business
  • Competitive pricing
  • Careful cargo handling
  • Accurate record-keeping
  • Financial stability
  • Experienced professional drivers and support staff
  • Reliable, well-maintained Freightliner Cascadia trucks and climate-controlled trailer to ensure reliability – day in and day out

Transportation Depot

W.L.A. Built its State-of-the-Art Transportation Depot in 2019. It includes:

  • W.L.A.’s corporate offices
  • A 24/7/365 attended Dispatch Office
  • Four truck and trailer maintenance bays that are staffed 8 am to 8 pm seven days a week, with 24-hour on-call service
  • A 2-bedroom well-appointed bunk house for drivers to rest and relax between trips

Shell Starship Test Drive

We are proud to have been chosen by Shell to test drive their Starship 2.0, a concept trucking rig that is pushing the boundaries of fuel efficiency. You can learn more about the truck here. During the test, the W.L.A. driver-team drove the Starship 2.0 across the country and back having only stopped for fuel one time in the 5,000-mile test.