Florida Equipment Shipping and Semi Truck Hauling

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Florida Shipping and Heavy Equipment Delivery Services

Heavy Equipment Transport has shipped equipment and oversize loads through Florida for over a decade. Door-to-door transport and port-to-port shipping requests are a daily occurrence, and we've got the trucks, trailers, and experienced haulers available to help you at short notice. Shipping heavy machinery in Florida requires local expertise to provide the most efficient transport services. Heavy Equipment Transport is Florida’s best equipment shipping company.

We're the premiere shippers of oversized, heavy machinery in the country, serving major Florida cities as well as nationwide heavy machinery delivery locations. Our heavy equipment delivery services are highly customizable, and we can help you to move equipment and machinery of any size and weight. Even if your shipment is too large for standard 5-axle transportation, we can provide extended RGN trailers, drop deck, and double drop deck trailers that can handle even the most significant loads. Call now and get a quote to ship your equipment to Florida!(888) 730-2951


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Alton Bates Jr helped a client transport this 27.5L 8.4W 8.4H and 29,500lbs Gradall 534D-10 telescopic reach forklift telehandler from Tampa, FL to Woodburn, OR. After looking at the specs, he chose a flatbed trailer for efficiency and easy loading. Since the client had paid for our expedited services, Alton was quick to process and dispatch the shipment. To transport a Gradall 534D-10 telescopic reach forklift telehandler, call us now!


Shipping a Gradall 534D-10 telescopic reach forklift telehandler.

Gradall 534D-10 Telescopic Reach Forklift Telehandler Haul

Origin: Tampa, FL

Destination: Woodburn, OR

Specialist: Alton Bates JR

Contact Alton: 305-393-8858

Other Equipment Manufacturer Types Commonly Shipped to All 50 States

  • Allis Chalmers
  • Atlas Copco
  • Ditch Witch
  • CASE
  • Bobcat
  • Caterpillar
  • Doosan
  • Freightliner
  • Genie
  • Gradall
  • Hitachi
  • Volvo
  • Huskvarna
  • Hyundai
  • International
  • Isuzu
  • JCB
  • Kubota
  • JLG
  • John Deere
  • Kenworth
  • Kobelco
  • Kobelco
  • Komatsu
  • Liebherr
  • Mack Truck
  • Navistar
  • New Holland
  • Oshkosh
  • Peterbilt
  • Roadtec
  • Takeuchi
  • Telsmith
  • Terex
  • Toro
  • Volvo
  • Western Star
  • Moffet

  • Commonly Shipped Equipment and Machines

    • Excavator Transport
    • Bulldozer Transport
    • Crane Transport
    • Wheel Loader Hauling
    • Semi Truck Transport
    • Backhoe Shipping
    • Fifth Wheel Transport
    • Trailer Transport
    • Farming Equipmenmt Transport
    • Boat Transport
    • RV / Motorhome Shipping
    • Tiny House Transport
    • Oversize Load Transport
    • Storage Shed Transport
    • Bus Shipping
    • Mobile Office Transport
    • Food Truck Transport
    • Agriculture Equipment Transport
    • Boom Lift Transport
    • Dump Truck Shipping
    • Motor Grader Transport
    • Scissor Lift Hauling
    • Mobile Home Moving
    • Tractor Trailer Transport
    • Travel Trailer Transport
    • Machinery Shipping
    • Airplane Transport
    • Lawn Mower Transport
    • Box Truck Transport
    • Heavy Duty Truck Shipping
    • Forklift Transport
    • Helicopter Shipping
    • Tractor Hauling
    • Combine Transport
    • Construction Equipment Transport


    Heavy Equipment Transport offers top quality Florida semi truck shipping services. We ship new and used semi trucks throughout Florida, and all across the United States. Our team of experienced logistics agents handle every detail of Florida semi truck shipping. We transport new and used semi trucks all across Florida with ease.

    Our Florida semi truck shipping services are all-inclusive. That means we handle all the paperwork, gather permits, provide pilot cars if necessary, and we even offer load assistance for non running semi trucks. Heavy Equipment Transport has over a decade of experience shipping semi trucks all across Florida and the surrounding states. We are licensed, bonded, and insured for Florida semi truck transport. With our dedication and attention to detail, we’ve become the industry-leading Florida semi truck transport companies. Let’s ship your semi truck today!

    We Also Offer Driveaway Services in Florida

    Heavy Equipment Transport provides the best professionals for driveaway services in Florida. Our team is licensed, bonded, and insured to drive your semi truck, RV, or equipment throughout the state. We offer door-to-door and terminal-to-terminal shipping services in Florida. Heavy Equipment Transport offers top quality driveaway services at affordable rates. Get your Florida driveaway shipping quote now! (888) 730-2951

    Contact Our Expert Florida Driveaway Specialists
    (888) 730-2951

    Common Florida Highways We Drive

    In Florida, our Heavy Equipment Transport company uses major semi truck shipping routes, including the following highways:

  • I-10
  • I-75
  • I-95

  • The I-10 is a 362-mile highway in Florida that forms the easternmost part of an interstate that runs east-west through the U.S. The road follows a similar course to the US 90 highway, but it's a more direct route through the state as it avoids the central locations of many Florida cities. The western terminus is near Pensacola, in Escambia County. Before exiting Florida, the route crosses multiple rivers, including the Perdido River at the border and the Blackwater River, before passing through the Osceola National Forest. Towards the east, the highway travels until it meets its end in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Jacksonville's urban center.

    The I-75 runs between the Hialeah-Miami Lakes border just north of Miami to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It's a north-south highway that begins its journey northward by curving around the Miami Lakes border and passing the Miami metro area, before traveling west across Alligator Alley. Past Alligator Alley, the road turns back north, heading into Naples and following the Gulf Coast, passing Fort Myers, Venice, Sarasota, and other major cities. The freeway then visits the Tampa Bay Area before moving inland to connect travelers to Gainesville and Lake City before its exit to Georgia.

    I-95 is the main highway serving the Atlantic Coast, connecting downtown Miami to Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, and beyond. The route also serves Fort Lauderdale, Titusville, and West Palm Beach. It connects many airports along its northerly path, including the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport, Palm Beach International Airport, and Jacksonville International Airport.

    Which Trailer Type Do you Need?

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

    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!

    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!

    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!

    Choose Your Region in Florida and Get an Equipment Shipping Quote!

    North Florida

    • Gainesville
    • Jacksonville
    • St. Augustine
    • Pensacola
    • Tallahassee

    Central Florida

    • Orlando
    • Ocala
    • Daytona Beach
    • St. Petersburg
    • Lakeland
    • Clearwater
    • Palm Bay
    • Tampa

    Southwest Florida

    • Cape Coral
    • Fort Myers
    • Marco Island
    • Naples

    Southeast Florida

    • Miami
    • Fort Lauderdale
    • West Palm Beach
    • Boca Raton
    • Pembroke Pines
    • Hollywood
    • Miramar
    • Pompano Beach
    • West Palm Beach
    • Miami Gardens
    • Hialeah
    • Coral Springs
    • Cape Coral
    • Port St. Lucie