All-Inclusive Semi Truck Transport in Minnesota
When it comes to semi truck transport services available in Minnesota, you'll rarely find a semi truck shipping company that offers more options than Heavy Equipment Transport. We firmly believe we're the only semi truck transportation company that you'll ever need. Once you've experienced first-hand how professional, friendly, efficient, and knowledgeable our semi trucking experts are, you'll never want to go to anyone else.
We understand that semi trucking requests in Minnesota often require extensive route planning, scheduling, paperwork, and more that you might not want to handle. That's why we offer a fully comprehensive semi truck transport service that incorporates all the necessary paperwork, planning, and logistics, as well as ensuring the safe shipping of your semi truck. Find out more now! (888) 730-2951
Minnesota Semi Truck Shipping Professionals
When we transport a semi truck, we don't just ship from A to B. We take into consideration all the extra requirements. We know that GPS load tracking and loading and unloading assistance can be a crucial part of your request, and that's why we offer a fully customizable semi truck shipping service. Our experienced semi truck handlers can quickly, safely inspect, load, and unload a semi truck anywhere in Minnesota. To ensure your semi truck transport request completes without a hitch, we work with experienced, fully insured, and qualified professionals to get the job done. Get a quote today! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Minnesota
In Minnesota, our Heavy Equipment Transport company can be seen using busy shipping routes, including the following highways:
I-35 is a highway that stretches between north and south Minnesota, beginning in Laredo, TX, and ending in Duluth. I-35 enters Minnesota from the Iowa state line near Albert Lea and heads north to the Twin Cities. Just south of the metro area, the I-35 splits in two, with the eastbound route going through St. Paul and the westbound route heading into Minneapolis. North of the Twin Cities, I-35E and I-35W merge and head north to Duluth, ending near Lake Superior's shore.
I-95 is a 259-mile route that stretches from east to west through central Minnesota. As it connects Moorhead, Fergus Falls, St. Cloud, Alexandria, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, the highway is an integral transport corridor. From Moorhead at the North Dakota state line, the route heads southeast through the rising and falling ex-glacial terrain until the last beach line at Rothsay. Along the way from Rothesay to Minneapolis, there are frequent lakes visible from the road. After it leaves Minneapolis and St. Paul, the road navigates Washington County and exits near Lakeland, Minnesota.