Our certifications and services make us one of the top logistics, heavy haul trucking, and freight companies in the country. We are a logistics and freight management company based in Texas that plans and coordinates how products are delivered from point A to point B in the most efficient way possible.

From construction equipment to jet engines and aircraft vehicle transportation, Next Exit handles all shipments with care and delivers superior service from your first phone call to the final unload. Our certifications include:

  • SmartWay® Transport Partner
  • SBA HUBZone Certified
  • DUNS #927528328
  • CAGE Code #623P5
  • US Department of Transportation #2229205 & MC #431144
  • US Department of Transportation Hazardous Material Certification for 2013-2014
  • Department of Defense Approved Carrier since 2006
  • National Motor Freight Traffic Association certified SCAC code: NXLL
  • Single Project Bond Capacity Availability
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SBA HUBZone Certification

If you are a federal agency or prime contractor looking for a SBA HUBZone-certified logistics partner, rest assured that Next Exit Logistics is certified. As a SBA HUBZone-certified small business, we’ve worked with numerous federal agencies and prime contractors to meet and exceed project goals. We are known for our up-to-the-minute technology, personalized service and innovative hauling and shipping solutions. We understand that no two shipment scenarios are ever alike, and so we’ve created processes and systems over the years that pay very close attention to the details to make sure your shipment or freight is picked up, hauled and delivered on time, every time. We welcome all federal agency, and commercial business inquiries.

For those of you who are not familiar with SBA HUBZone and its benefits, a bit of background:

  • The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program is run under the auspices of the United States’ Small Business Administration (SBA). Begun in 1997 (as part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act), it works to boost development in areas of the country that need help with economic development and employment. The SBA HUBZone program exists to provide these areas access to more contracting opportunities with the federal government.
  • Among many things, the program determines those businesses that can receive HUBZone contracts and can provide a list to federal agencies of qualified HUBZone small businesses, thereby making it easier for agencies to find SBA HUBZone-certified vendors.

To become SBA HUBZone certified, a company must:

  • Meet North American Industry Classification System’s (NAICS) size standard for a “small business.”
  • Have its main office (where most of its employees work, which may or may not be the company’s headquarters) located in a designated HUBZone area.
  • Have at least 35 percent of its total workforce living in a designated HUBZone area.
  • Be at majority (at least 51 percent) owned/controlled by U.S. citizens. (It also can be majority owned by an agricultural cooperative, Indian tribe or community development corporation.)


  • 484110 – General Freight Trucking, Local
  • 484121 – General Freigh Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload
  • 484122 – General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than Truckload
  • 484210 – Used Household & Office Goods Moving
  • 484220 – Specialized Freight (Except Used Goods) Trucking, Local
  • 488210 – Support Activities for Rail Transportation
  • 488410 – Motor Vehicle Towing
  • 488490 – Other Support Activities for Road Transportation
  • 488510 – Freight Transportation Arrangements
  • 541614 – Process, Physical Distribution, & Logistics Consulting Services
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