Professional Shipping Container Transport in Wisconsin
When transporting shipping containers in Wisconsin, finding a professional like Heavy Equipment Transport makes the process hassle-free. We’re a licensed and well-rated shipping container mover in Wisconsin. From years of transporting shipping containers in Wisconsin, we’ve gained the experience to handle all types and sizes of shipping containers. We have resources such as flatbed trailers and cranes to make our shipping container transport in Wisconsin efficient and reliable. Heavy Equipment Transport has a team of agents who ensure each container transport request is processed at the right time. Each client is assigned a specific specialist to process and dispatch their shipment. This makes communication easy until the shipping container is safely delivered.
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Wisconsin Container Transport You Can Rely On
Heavy Equipment Transport guarantees delivery of each shipping container in the very condition we picked it in. We have a team of professionals who are skilled and handle your shipping container with utmost care. Our drivers are experienced and know the best routes to use when transporting shipping containers in Wisconsin. When you book our shipping container moving services, your container is fully insured and you’re made a holder of the insurance cover. This is to ensure that in case your shipping container isn’t delivered in the condition it was picked in, you can claim full compensation from the insurance company. We transport all sizes of shipping containers.
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
This 40ft container with household goods was transported from Lost Hills, CA, to Waukesha, WI, with the help of Corey McGarry. The 40L 8W 8.5H and 25,000 lbs container was loaded on a flatbed trailer and delivered safely. We transport shipping containers of all dimensions and weights. Call us for a free quote.
SHIPPING A 40FT CONTAINER ON A FLATBED TRAILER
Origin: Lost Hills, CA
Specialist: Corey McGarry
Contact Corey: (856) 444-8864
Shipping Container Transport Dimensions and Specifications
(L x W x H)
(W x H)
|19.32 x 7.70 x 7.74ft
|7.64 x 7.51ft
|39.53 x 7.70 x 7.74ft
|7.64 x 7.51ft
20FT Flat Rack
|19.32 x 7.70 x 7.31ft
W - 8.49ft
40FT Flat Rack
|39.53 x 7.70 x 7.31ft
W - 8.49ft
40FT Flat Rack
|40.02 x 7.70 x 2.13ft
W - 38.25ft
Max Height 25.39ft
Choose Your Region in Wisconsin and Get a Container Shipping Quote!
Lake Superior Lowland
- Transport Containers Anywhere In The Lake Superior Lowland Region!
- Transport Containers Anywhere In The Northern Highland Region!
- Chippewa Falls
- Stevens Point
- Wisconsin Rapids
- Transport Containers Anywhere In The Central Plain!
- La Crosse
- Richland Center
- Prairie du Chien
- Transport Containers Anywhere In The Western Upland Region!
- Green Bay
- Transport Containers Anywhere In The Eastern Ridges Region!
All About Wisconsin and Shipping Container Transport
Wisconsin state is divided into 72 counties; it’s the 25th largest state in the total area of the United States. Wisconsin welcomed Scandinavian and German immigrants in the 19th and early 20th centuries. As a result, it’s the center for Scandinavian American and German American culture, especially the food. Today it’s known as “America’s Dairyland,” the ‘Cheese State’ or the ‘Dairy State’ as a leading dairy producer and famous cheese. Milwaukee, the Miller Brewing Company, gives the state glory as it produces Wisconsin’s renowned beer. In addition, the state has a well-known drinking culture.
Manufacturing, technology, information, agriculture, healthcare, and tourism are significant contributors to the state’s economy. Outdoor lovers enjoy rafting, hiking, and crafts such as hunting and fishing in Wisconsin’s state parks, islands, and lakes. The cost-friendly city also offers excellent indoor activities when temperatures drop. Some of the most visited areas in Wisconsin include Bayfield, Apostle Island, Wisconsin Dells (The Waterpark Capital of the World), Geneva Lake Shore Path, and Cave of the Mounds. They all offer a variety of fun activities and attractions.
The Best Container Transport
Heavy Equipment Transport offers shipping container moving services to and from terminals of different ports in Wisconsin. Below are some ports along with the terminal addresses and contacts.
This port is found on Lake Michigan in Milwaukee city. It has warehouse spaces, dry bulk storage. It handles commodities such as steel, limestone, fertilizers, over dimensional cargoes, general cargoes and more. Below is the terminal we serve.
Federal Marine Terminals (Milwaukee) Inc. This terminal handles break bulk. Below is the address and contacts.1200 S. Lincoln Memorial Dr. Milwaukee, WI 53207 414.769.2900
This port handles dry bulk commodities such as limestone, salt, bulk liquids, oversized cargo, and much more. Below are the terminal operators at Port of Green Bay.
● Ace Marine, LLC
● The C Reiss Coal Company, LLC
● Construction Resource Management, Inc.
● Flint Hills Resources
● GLC Minerals, LLC
● KK Integrated Logistics
● LaFarge North America
● St. Marys Cement
● U.S. Venture
● Fox River Terminals, LLC
Ready To Get Started?
Our shipping container moving costs vary depending on factors such as loading and unloading assistance, route, ground distance, weight/dimensions, season among others. Heavy Equipment Transport offers all-inclusive shipping container moving costs in Wisconsin. Our loading and unloading assistance is offered at an extra fee. For clients who don’t have a rigging crew, we provide them when needed at an added fee. Our Wisconsin shipping container moving costs are affordable. We offer our clients free and accurate container transport quotes. With Heavy Equipment Transport, your shipping container will be delivered in the very condition it was picked in and within the agreed time. To transport a shipping container in Wisconsin, contact us today via our toll-free number (888) 730-2951.Call Now
Recent Shipping Services by Heavy Equipment Transport
Check out all of our most recent transports below!
We can trnasport any size container, 20 through 40 foot, high cube, refrigerated, and more type of containers.