Professional Semi Trucking Transport in Maine
If you're looking for semi truck shipping in Maine, look no further than the Heavy Equipment Transport team. Our team of highly skilled drivers, logistics coordinators, and friendly service representatives have years of experience handling semi truck transport in the Pine Tree State. With more than a decade of experience in the transport industry, we’re experts in Maine semi truck transport.
We believe communication is a vital aspect of professional service, and we'll keep you informed every step of your semi truck's journey. Our logistics team is available at any time, and Heavy Equipment Transport provides a load tracking service that allows you to monitor your semi truck shipment in real-time.
Dedicated Semi Truck Shipping Professionals
As a heavy equipment transport company with a nationwide network of semi truck shipping experts, we've always got fully insured drivers available to handle your semi truck transport project. Our chosen drivers are fully equipped to handle all types of semi truck transport and no semi truck transport project is outside of our realm of capabilities. We've got dedicated truckers in Maine that are here to safely transport any semi truck for you, whether it's a Freightliner semi truck or a custom-built Peterbilt, you can depend on us to handle it.
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Maine
Heavy Equipment Transport regularly ships semi trucks throughout Maine, utilizing the interstate highway and state road system to navigate between significant destinations quickly. Some of the most common routes include:
As a six-lane highway, the I-95 enters Maine from New Hampshire across the Piscataqua River Bridge, connecting Portsmouth, NH, with Kittery. The route follows a northeasterly direction through Maine, bypassing the Saco/Biddeford area. Its spur route, the I-195, connects the highway to Old Orchard Beach. When it reaches Scarborough, the road meets the southern end of the I-295 and turns north to serve the Portland International Jetport.
Continuing along the turnpike, I-95 travels through Gray, Auburn, and Lewiston. From Lewiston, it turns east to Gardiner and then parallels the Kennebec River past both Augusta and Waterville. From Fairfield, the road follows the Sebasticook River northwards past Pittsfield and Newport before turning east to Bangor. From the north of Bangor city center, the highway resumes its northerly run to Howland, Lincoln, and Houlton.
Travelers heading between Scarborough and West Gardiner often use the auxiliary I-295 route. It's approx. 84 km long and serves as a Lewiston-Auburn bypass in the Greater Portland area. It offers a more direct way between Portland and the state's capital than its parent I-95. It's also a toll-free alternative, which branches off from the Maine Turnpike at exit 44. From downtown Portland, the route typically follows the Kennebec River and coastal Mississippi until it reaches West Gardiner and merges with the I-95 at exit 103.