While specialty chemicals remain the primary focus for Quest Liner Inc, the carrier is aggressively expanding plastics hauling activity. Quest Liner’s fleet of 310 tractors and 490 liquid and dry bulk trailers operate out of nine terminals in the eastern half of the United States. The carrier also operates out of a large transload and warehouse complex in Monterrey NL, Mexico.
Quest Liner Inc offers chemical and foodgrade tank cleaning at its wash rack in Blue Grass IA. In all, the tank truck carrier operates four wash racks, three of which (Blue Grass, Quincy OH, and Tuscaloosa AL) are open to the public.
Two bays at the Blue Grass terminal are dedicated to food grade cleaning.
The maintenance shop at Blue Grass is a code tank repair facility.
Quest Liner recently added a Fronius programmable TIG welding machine in the Blue Grass shop.
Video screens at Foodliner locations are part of the company-wide communications effort.
Quest Liner uses PeopleNet on-board computers.
Tractor-mounted Gardner Denver Hydrapaks run trailer-mounted product pumps.
Widebase single tires are specified on new tractors.
Even on chemical trailers, Viking stainless steel product pumps are housed in a cabinet.
Ladders have handholds for driver safety.
Quest Liner secures all product transfer hardware to keep the equipment safe and clean.