Georgia's Premier Heavy Equipment Shipping Company
Heavy Equipment Transport has a variety of services that range in scope and complexity, from shipping heavy machinery across Atlanta to transporting a fleet of construction equipment throughout rural Georgia. We can handle towing heavy machinery of any size, thanks to our sophisticated fleet of oversized trailers, from flatbed trailers to extended RGN. We ship all equipment, such as forklifts to wheel loaders and long reach excavators, throughout Georgia.
Shipping heavy equipment has been at the forefront of our transport services throughout Georgia. We coordinate equipment shipping to or from Georgia and throughout all 50 states. That's what makes us one of Georgia's premier heavy equipment shipping companies. With over a decade of proven experience, we know what it takes to provide excellent equipment shipping services in Georgia. Get your transport rate now!
Common Equipment Shipped by Heavy Equipment Transport in Georgia
SHIPPING NEW AND USED SEMI TRUCKS TO GEORGIA
Heavy Equipment Transport has drivers ready to ship your new and used semi trucks through Georgia, and the surrounding states. We offer all-inclusive services, including load assistance, pilot cars, Georgia drive away services, and more. Your dedicated logistics agent is available day or night to answer any questions you may have about shipping your semi truck to Georgia. Heavy Equipment Transport has over a decade of experience shipping semi trucks and providing drive away services in Georgia.
Every detail of Georgia semi truck transport is pre-planned, so you get an accurate and affordable shipping quote. Heavy Equipment Transport only works with the most experienced drivers for drive away services. We always find the best driver, truck, and trailer to ship your semi truck to or from Georgia. For top quality semi truck shipping at the most affordable rates, call us today! (888) 730-2951.
Common Cities We Ship To
FREQUENT SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES IN GEORGIA
In total, there are four major Heavy Equipment Transport tractor trailer routes that our drivers use to transport semi trucks through Alaska.
I-16 is an east-west interstate that never leaves Georgia. From its terminus at downtown Macon, it connects to downtown Savannah through the cities of Dublin, Metter, and Pooler. The interstate can get quite busy and also serves as the hurricane evacuation route for Savannah and nearby coastal areas.
The I-75 is another popular route that connects the Macon area to other parts of Georgia. On its north-south journey through central Georgia, the road connects Valdosta, Macon, and Atlanta. Past its entry near Valdosta, it travels northward through several towns, such as Cordele, before reaching Macon. After Macon, drivers can exit at Forsyth or continue onward to the Atlanta metro area. Once in the Atlanta metro, the road heads north towards the city center, through the central business district, before heading northwest towards Marietta. North of Marietta, there is one final major junction before the route meanders through the hilly terrain of northern Georgia before reaching Tennessee.
The I-85 enters Georgia over the Chattahoochee River before skirting the town of West Point. After leaving West Point, the road enters the LaGrange area on its route northeast. From here, the I-85 connects to a spur route that enters Columbus and then heads northeast towards Atlanta. On its way into Atlanta, it passes many suburbs, including Moreland, Fairburn, and Union City. It also has an interchange with another significant east-west highway, the I-20. The I-85 continues northeast through Atlanta suburbs and heads off into rural northeast Georgia. Near the end of its journey, the route visits Lake Hartwell, a dammed portion of the Savannah River, before heading into South Carolina.