A 48-foot trailer can hold 28 standard pallets at a time. Standard pallets are generally 48 inches wide by 40 inches long, so a 48-foot trailer that is 99 inches wide can be loaded 14 pallets deep and two pallets wide.Know More
Trailers are designed to be slightly larger than the pallets they haul to accommodate for space lost when being loaded. This is also why the trucking industry uses a standard 53 foot trailer most often to haul dry goods, allowing more items to be carried on pallets.
Pallets that measure 48 by 48 inches are generally used to ship drums of liquids. Only 24 pallets can fit in a 48-foot trailer.Learn more about Measurements
The U.S. Department of Transportation states the maximum width for commercial motor vehicles is 102.36 inches, with a length of anywhere from 48 to 53 feet and a height of 13 to 14 feet. There is no legal height limit for the federal government, but the individual states set heights at which trailers can travel.Full Answer >
A truck with a transport storage space of 8 feet by 40 feet can load up to 20 Asia-standard export pallets, 30 European-standard pallets and 24 industrial-standard pallets. A truck with a larger storage capacity can fit more pallets for transportation.Full Answer >
One foot equals 12 inches, meaning that 1 inch equals 0.083 feet. One yard equals 3 feet or 36 inches, and one mile equals 5,280 feet.Full Answer >
One cubic foot of volume contains 29.92 fluid quarts or 25.71 dry quarts. Conversely, one fluid quart consists of 0.033 cubic feet of volume and one dry quart comprises 0.039 cubic feet.Full Answer >