Alaska Semi Truck Shipping Solutions
When it comes to trucking in Alaska, you'll need our semi truck transport experts from Heavy Equipment Transport. Our drivers are confident moving semi trucks along unsigned highways, even in adverse weather conditions. We take pride in the safety of our trucks, drivers, and semi truck cargo - at all times. Our experienced drivers can ship semi trucks to anywhere in Alaska. Whether it's in Juneau, Delta Junction, Anchorage, or anywhere in-between, we'll be there.
Drivers will often need to navigate a lot of wilderness when transporting semi trucks in Alaska. We regularly handle semi truck transport to and from cruise ports, major cities, small towns, and remote locations in Alaska, and know many drivers comfortable and experienced with this terrain. With us, you'll always have a semi truck transport partner that you can trust to get your equipment safely to its next stop. Call now! (888) 730-2951
Semi Truck Transport in Alaska
The highway can be a daunting prospect for anyone outside of Alaska to navigate, which is why we make sure we've always got crews available to help you with any semi truck transport services that you need. Our Heavy Equipment Transport semi truck shipping service can include load tracking, pickup and drop off in limited access locations, semi truck loading and unloading assistance, and much more. Our semi truck transport service unites you with specialists who know how to ship a semi truck securely. We work to your timescales, making sure that everything is in place to ensure a safe, efficient semi truck transport occurs. Call now! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Alaska
In total, there are four major Heavy Equipment Transport semi trucking routes that our drivers use to transport semi trucks through Alaska
More commonly, the roads are named after their destinations, e.g., they may be referred to as the Glenn, Richardson, Tok Cut-Off, or Alaska Highway. For example, the A-3 is more commonly known as Seward or Sterling Highway, while the A-4 is referred to as the Parks Highway.
The Alask Highway is the main route connecting the United States to Alaska through Canada. The highway begins at a significant juncture in Dawson's Creek, B.C., and ends in Delta Junction. After crossing the Yukon-BC border, the road continues north-northwesterly to its final terminus at Delta Junction, passing east of Fairbanks.
The A-4 highway runs parallel to the Alaska Railroad and is one of the most important routes through the state because it's the primary connection between Anchorage and Fairbanks. Two sections of this road are built to freeway standards: a portion near its intersection with Glenn Highway in Palmer, and the Robert J. Mitchell Expressway in Fairbanks that leads to the Richardson Highway. Call today! (888) 730-2951