Have a logistics challenge on your hands? We’re ready for it. Our team
uses a versatile, tailored approach to transportation and project
management. We have what it takes.
Meet Our Leadership Team
President and Owner
What drew Dave Demuth to the logistics business? The variety of work and never-ending opportunities to meet people. And with over 30 years in transportation and logistics, those reasons still ring true! Dave shows up day in and day out excited to work alongside his employees and guide Ascent Specialized to greater heights.
“Live every day by the Golden Rule.”
With over 24 years in the industry, Dan has been involved in nearly all aspects of specialized transportation. This experience, combined with his finance degree, provides Dan a unique perspective on what’s possible in the logistics business. Dan enjoys working with and supporting customers in an industry that presents many challenges.
“I love leading a team that makes even the complicated seem simple.”
With nearly a decade of experience managing operations within the transportation/logistics industry, Luke has learned a thing or two about what it takes to keep things moving while remaining focused on safety, efficiency, compliance, and speed. Luke may be a man of few words, but he’ll always ensure the job gets done.
“Why Specialized? Because every day is different.”
Heavy Haul Manager
Eric approaches every day ready to take on the challenge of getting complex cargo where it needs to go. With over 15 years of experience, there is no load he cannot handle.
“The heavier,the better”.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Flatbed LTL?
When a shipment does not require full use of the flatbed trailer and can be shipped with other commodities for a discounted price and expanded transit window. Contact us and we will evaluate your shipment and let you know what options are available to you.
What is considered "legal" cargo?
Generally speaking, cargo with dimensions under 53′ long, 8’6” wide and with an overall height (includes height of the trailer) of 13’6″ in the eastern US and 14′ high in the western US, are considered “legal” shipments.