Heavy Haul Shipping requires special attention and expertise. You can’t just simply drive from one location to another as you would a regular vehicle. Different roads fall under different guidelines and have different traffic laws. If you are transporting an over dimensional load, you have to plan alternate routes. Because of certain requirements, such as wide loads only being permitted in some areas during specific hours, or alternate routes being required, it can take longer for a Heavy Haul transfer than a normal truck across country.
Our truckers have served the heavy equipment industry for decades. We move all sorts of heavy hauls from anywhere in the United States, including: motor graders, trenchers, excavators, bulldozers, backhoes, scrapers, skid-steers, fiberglass tanks, and more.
From big to small, we will plan out the entire shipment. We have access to Flatbeds, Step-Decks, RGNs, Conestoga, and other specialized equipment to meet your needs.
We continue to pursue that same vision in today’s complex, uncertain world, working every day to earn our customers’ trust! During that time, we’ve become experts in freight transportation by truck. We work closely with carriers all around the country that carry the best insurance, are specialized in this industry and deliver on time.
We offer quotes within 15 minutes and provide everything included in shipping your goods upfront.
We ensure our customers know where their goods are at all times with comprehensive GPS tracking.
Our carriers go through a rigorous vetting process to ensure they are compliant with insurance and have a satisfactory safety rating.
We offer up to $100,000 in cargo insurance and our carriers are required to have between $100,000 and $1,000,000 of cargo insurance depending on our customers requirements.
Our carriers all go through a rigorous vetting process that checks that ensures we have an insurance certificate on file, a proper registration with FMSCA, a safety rating of no less than satisfactory (highest rating) and they must also comply with dispatch calls, GPS tracking, and updates along the route with any issues they come along. Our carriers are 90% owner/operators, we hardly use common carriers as they have proved unreliable for this industry.
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