Roadless Trucking™

Dynalifters will provide transportation of goods at a lower cost than jets and at a higher speed than

ships. In a developed nation like the United States, these market features are filled by trucks and

trains, however most of the world’s population have access to trucks and trains, but struggle with the

high cost of infrastructure. This is why they remain in an impoverished state.  


“To clarify… The reason for this is that they [underdeveloped nations] can afford the vehicles, but not the roads and rails that they need to travel on.  People do not realize that a $100,000 semi-truck is traveling on a $1,000,000,000,000 highway network.  Dynalifters of course do not require any roads other than short airstrips.  This is what we call ‘Roadless Trucking’, our ultimate vision for Dynalifter aircraft.”  ~ Co-President, Martin     


  Dynalifters Bridge Infrastructure Gaps


Domestically, OAI has learned that the US trucking and rail capacity is soon to be exceeded,

potentially leading to an unprecedented backup in freight movement.  Dynalifter Roadless

Trucking could provide a national "Coronary Bypass" by instantly increasing the US's trucking

bandwidth without incurring the prohibitive cost of expanding roads.  There is a large gap in

transoceanic transport as well.  Trucks and trains are unable to travel over water leaving all

freight transport to prohibitively expensive jets and prohibitively slow ships.  A Dynalifter “Roadless

Trucking “solution here could vastly expand trade between continents.

Rob Tkach, a commercial logistics expert and owner of Tkach Logistics LLC in Uniontown, OH had

several comments regarding Dynalifter Roadless Trucking:


“It is exciting to see completion of the Dynalifter prototype.  This technology provides a significant advancement for freight transportation and will help overcome many current and future shortcomings of our global freight transportation networks.”


“The Dynalifter Freighter creates new options for transportation of oversize/ high volumes of cargo to remote points and areas lacking infrastructure.  It will also create a new “mode” of transportation for transoceanic cargo; where today you have only ocean freight (cheap but slow) and airfreight (fast but costly), tomorrow you will have ‘Dynafreight’ as a middle option.”


“As we look to the future, the Dynalifter enables “Roadless Trucking”, which can ease congestion and capacity issues of existing roadways with the added benefit of reduced emissions and fuel consumption.  The Dynalifter leaves a very light environmental footprint.”