Bealine Service Co, Inc., Pasadena, Texas

State–of–the–Art Equipment

In addition to providing full-service waste transportation, Bealine Service Company has a diverse fleet of vehicles and equipment available to rent. All of our state-of-the-art equipment meets or exceeds state and federal safety requirements, and our mechanics regularly perform checks on all valves, hoses, tractors and trailers to ensure that they are compliant and ready to carry your load.

When you need safe, reliable transportation, call Bealine at (800) 545-4210 or email us to get a quote.

Tank Trailers

Tank Trailers

Offering maximum payload capacity, Bealine’s fleet of stainless steel, insulated and non-insulated tank trailers are equipped to carry a wide range of chemicals.

Flat Beds


A flatbed is ideal for transporting containers, catalyst bins, drums, flow bins, transformers and other non-bulk shipments. Bealine also has 48- and 53-foot drop-deck trailers to handle your oversize moves.



Bealine’s vans are ready to carry your boxes, drums, sacked materials and other non-bulk cargo. Spill containment equipment is available upon request.

407 Tank Trailers

407 Tank Trailers

These stainless steel tank trailers are our most popular items, and are equipped to carry a wide range of chemicals.

Vaccum Tankers

Vacuum Tankers

Bealine’s carbon steel, stainless steel and lined vacuum tankers can handle any type of bulk liquid chemical.

Roll Off

Roll-Off Trailers

Maximize your payload capacity with these lightweight roll-off trailers. For high-volume deliveries, use one of our two-container trailers (pictured). Open- or closed-top roll-off containers are also available to rent.

Bobtail Roll-Off Trucks

Bobtail Roll-Off Trucks

These five-axle trucks are excellent for transporting heavy loads over any distance. They are equipped to handle highway driving but their size and maneuverability also make them ideal for in-plant moves.

Curtain Side Vans

Curtain–Side Vans

A curtain-side van has sides that open and close to provide the loading convenience of a flatbed trailer with the security of an enclosed van. When transporting cargo to or from multiple locations within a facility, this additional access makes it faster to load and easier to segregate materials of different hazard classes.