The Best Heavy Equipment Shipping Company in Alabama
Heavy Equipment Transport is Alabama’s go-to equipment and machinery shipping company. Transporting heavy equipment in Alabama is our specialty. Over the years, we have developed customizable heavy machinery transport services that allow us to haul oversize equipment safely and at the most affordable rates. Shipping equipment to and from Alabama requires experience and quality service. Heavy Equipment Transport has both. We ship heavy machinery and oversize loads to and from Alabama with ease.
Heavy Equipment Transport offers a variety of trailers for Alabama shipping, including flatbed trailers, removable gooseneck (RGN) trailers, lowboy trailers, step deck trailers, and more. Your dedicated logistics agent gathers all the paperwork and permits necessary for shipping oversize equipment and machinery to or from Alabama. Whether you're transporting heavy equipment to a new construction site, selling your unused machinery, or moving to a new home, we can assist you with our full range of Alabama heavy machinery transport services. Call and get a quote to ship your equipment to Alabama today! (888) 730-2951
Common Equipment Transported to All 50 States
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OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Jackson Weeks transported this 2005 Komatsu PC78-US mini excavator from Birmingham, AL to Greenbrier,TN for a client in urgent need. The 21L x 8W x 9H and 17,000lbs was loaded on a stepdeck trailer using ramps and well secured before dispatch. For sucessful transportation of 2005 Komatsu PC78-US mini excavator, call us now!
2005 KOMATSU PC78-US MINI EXCAVATOR ON A STEPDECK TRAILER
2005 Komatsu PC78-US Mini Excavator Haul
Origin: Birmingham, AL
Specialist: Jackson Weeks
Contact Jackson: 954-300-3272
QUALITY ALABAMA SEMI TRUCK SHIPPING
Heavy Equipment Transport provides semi truck transport to and from Alabama with expert service. Our experienced logistics agents know the best routes throughout Alabama. We are an Alabama semi truck shipping company dedicated to providing a transport experience that will have our clients coming back again and again. We also provide Alabama drive away services. Our licensed, bonded, and insured drivers ship semi trucks with top quality safety standards. Our team will plan the best route to ship your tractor trailer in Alabama. We are experts in Alabama's DOT shipping regulations, so we can transport your semi truck safely.
Whether you need Heavy Equipment Transport to ship a semi truck into a high traffic zone such as the Birmingham metro area or transport a tractor trailer through the Appalachian mountains into Georgia, we guarantee that your truck transport will be attended to by a professional, experienced driver. Our dedicated crew knows how to ship a semi truck quickly and safely, to ensure you have a hassle-free drive away service experience. We'll take care of all the logistics associated with moving a semi truck, protecting it every step of the way. Call now for a free drive away service estimate! (888) 730-2951.
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Alabama Driveaway Services Available
As the leading Alabama driveaway company, Heavy Equipment Transport knows the ins-and-outs of safely driving your semi truck or heavy machinery from one place to another. We provide driveaway services throughout all of Alabama and nearby states. Our driveaway services include a licensed and insured driver, with expert experience in driving semi trucks and equipment. Call Heavy Equipment Transport and find out more about driveway services now! (888) 730-2951
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All About Equipment Transport in Alabama
Alabama lies in the Southeastern region of the country. It’s nicknamed the “Heart of Dixie,” the “Cotton State,” and the Yellowhammer state. It was declared a state in 1819 and grew during World War II through the diversification of industries. The aerospace industry was steered forward by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. Today the state mainly relies on technology, mineral extraction, finance, healthcare, and tourism, among other economic activities. Alabama’s southern hospitality, popular foods such as boiled peanuts, historical buildings and culture, and the gulf coast beaches make it very inviting.
The most visited attraction here is the U.S Space & Rocket Center. Other sites include the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, the Civil Rights Memorials of Montgomery, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Civil Rights Historic District, and the McWane Science Center. The state's natural beauty is seen in the canyons, lakes, gardens, and parks. The Cheaha State Park, Smith Lake, Bellingrath Gardens & Home, Perry Lakes Park, and Dismals Canyon are some of the many outdoor attractions in Alabama. Alabama is a great state which has produced iconic people such as Lionel Richie, a singer, and Fredrick C. Robbins, a Nobel prize winner.
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Alabama
As a dedicated truck driving company in Alabama, we pride ourselves on using our extensive experience navigating the state's major highways and roads to your advantage. Our professional, CDL-certified drivers regularly travel the busiest routes including:
The I-65, the Heroes Highway links six of the state's largest cities. The Alabama portion of this significant Interstate starts near Mobile at the I-10 terminus. While proceeding northeastwards, the route crosses the Mobile River delta en route to Montgomery, and there's a mountainous climb of 400ft before it descends into Alabama's southern plains. From Montgomery, the I-65 veers northwest towards the Birmingham metro area, passing through dense traffic locations such as Hoover, Vestavia Hills, and Homeward. The final stretch runs straight north through Cullman, the Decatur metro area, and Athens before heading into Tennessee.
The I-20 and I-59 run concurrently for part of their route through Alabama, both passing northeast through Tuscaloosa before splitting in east Birmingham. From eastern Birmingham, the I-59 continues towards the northeast, passing Fort Payne and Gadsden before entering Georgia. The I-20 turns east at Birmingham and passes by the former shopping areas Eastwood Village and Century Plaza. The I-20 then becomes a six-lane expressway that travels through the suburban countryside before reaching Oxford, Livingston, Bessemer, and Pell City.
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Heavy Equipment Transport uses all types of trailers. We provide the best trailer trucking solutions to fit your needs. Find out more below!
RGN trailers are removable gooseneck trailers. These are a type of flat deck trailer, where the gooseneck at the front can be removed, creating a ramp. Find out more about our RGN trailer trucking solutions now!
Also known as drop decks or lowboys, step deck trailers have multiple levels. It steps down in spots, allowing freight to be lower to the ground. Find out more about our step deck trailer trucking solutions now!
Flatbed trailers are one of the most common types on the road. They work for a wide variety of heavy equipment transport. Find out how we can provide flatbed trailer trucking solutions to fit your needs!