Alaska Heavy Equipment Transport Company

Shipping semi trucks, containers, oversize loads, and more throughout Alaska.

The Top Rated Alaska Equipment Shipping Company

Heavy Equipment Transport is Alaska’s top rated oversize machinery and equipment shipping company. Alaska has the coldest, longest winters, the coldest summers, and most days throughout the year that experience freezing weather. It also has rugged terrain that needs to be navigated carefully. This is especially true for oversize or super loads that require extra preparation and care, such as permits and escort vehicles. Heavy Equipment Transport has over a decade of experience shipping equipment to and from Alaska. We provide top quality freight shipping at the most affordable rates.

As a reputable heavy equipment transport service provider, we offer a range of heavy equipment transport services that provide safe machinery shipping throughout even the most rugged terrains of Alaska. One of the most common routes to ship equipment is the Alaska Highway that runs north and south from Yukon to various destinations in Alaska. Using this route, we tow heavy equipment to and from major cruise ports, including the Haines port near Glacier Bay and Skagway on the Alaskan Panhandle. We can also help you to haul heavy machinery from Fairbanks to Anchorage, or Glenallen to Valdez. However, Heavy Equipment Transport will ship your oversize load wherever you need it delivered in Alaska. Call us now and get an estimate to ship your equipment to Alaska! (888) 730-2951

Common Freight Heavy Equipment Transport Hauls in Alaska

  • Alaska Container Shipping Company
  • Alaska Excavator Shipping
  • Alaska Dozer Transport
  • Alaska Crane Shipping
  • Alaska Wheel Loader Transport
  • Alaska Backhoe Transportation
  • Alaska Boat Transport
  • Alaska RV / Motorhome Shipping
  • Alaska Semi Truck Transport
  • Alaska Heavy Duty Truck Shipping
  • Alaska Forklift Transport
  • Alaska Boom Lift Shipping
  • Alaska Dump Truck Transport
  • Alaska Motor Grader Transportation
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    Affordable Semi Truck Transport in Alaska

    Heavy Equipment Transport finds the best semi truck transport rates in Alaska.Whether you need to ship a semi truck across the state, or have it transported through Canada to one of the contiguous lower forty-eight states--or even to Hawaii, we’ll provide the best shipping service at the most affordable prices. A dedicated logistics agent tailors Alaska semi truck transport to fit your needs.

    Drivers will often need to navigate rugged 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 tractor trailer shipping partner ‌you can trust to get your equipment safely to its next stop. Transport your semi truck to Alaska today! (888) 730-2951.

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    PROFESSIONAL SHIPPING CONTAINER TRANSPORTERS IN ALASKA

    Heavy Equipment Transport is an experienced, licensed, accredited, and bonded company offering container moving services in Alaska. We serve our clients to the best of our abilities. With Heavy Equipment Transport, your shipping container whether empty or full will be delivered to a destination of your choice safe and on time. We transport 20ft and 40ft containers in Alaska as well as all the other types and dimensions. We offer container transport services to and from all the cities and ports in Alaska. We’ve invested in state-of-the-art trailers such as flatbeds to make our shipping container moving services in Alaska fast and convenient. We have trailers and manpower in all the cities in Alaska to help us serve as many clients fast and efficiently. (888) 730-2951.

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    CONVENIENT SHIPPING CONTAINER TRANSPORT SERVICES IN ALASKA

    We have a team of dedicated agents who process container transport requests in Alaska. They ensure each shipping container is fully insured and accompanied by the right paperwork before its dispatched. We allocate a specific agent to each shipment. This is to make the mode of communication easy and fast. All our clients are made holders of the insurance cover. This is to ensure that in case their shipping container isn’t delivered in the condition it was picked in, they can directly claim full compensation from the insurance company. There’s no city too far for us to reach. Our drivers know their way to and from all the cities in Alaska. They’re experienced and always use the fastest routes to get your shipping container delivered on time. (888) 730-2951.

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    MAJOR SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES IN ALASKA

    In total, there are four major Heavy Equipment Transport tractor trailer routes that our drivers use to transport semi trucks through Alaska.

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  • A-2
  • A-3
  • A-4

  • 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 Alaska 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.

    SHIPPING CONTAINER TRANSPORT TO EVERY CORNER OF ALASKA

    Alaska is the largest state in the United States, with an area more prominent than the total area of the three following states. Initially, the Russians ruled Alaska, who later sold it to the Americans for difficulty in its management in 1867. In 1912, it was organized as a territory and later admitted as the 49th United States in 1959. The significant economic contributors to its economy today are fishing, oil, natural gas, the United States Armed Forces, and tourism. Tourism is expected as more than half of the state comprises national parks, national forests, and wildlife refuges on federally owned public land.


    Alaska has untampered scenic beauty. Cruising in ships is not an experience enough before experiencing the mega glaciers. The wildlife in Alaska is unique; get to see various types of whales, bald eagles, mountain sheep, wolves, caribou, moose, and bears. Enjoy the state's rich culture and history in museums such as the Alaska State Museum and learn more about the gold rush history at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. The best part about Alaska is meeting its natives, who are very cordial, and the local cuisine. Remember, Juneau, the state’s capital, featured on Bravo TV’s Top Chef.

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    Trailer Types

    Heavy Equipment Transport uses all types of trailers. We provide the best trailer trucking solutions to fit your needs. Find out more below!

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    RGN Trailer

    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!

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    STEP DECK Trailer

    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!

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    FLATBED Trailer

    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!