Idaho to Oregon Equipment Shipping and Semi Truck Transport

We offer specialized shipping and transport services for heavy equipment, tractor-trailers, and containers from Idaho to Oregon.

Heavy Equipment Transport from Idaho to Oregon

Heavy Equipment Transport has modern state of the art trailers across every city in Idaho. When you make a booking, we contact one of our experienced drivers near you to pick up the load. Our services are available all year round, and to get started, you only need to call, email, or fill out the short form on our website. Ensure you provide us with accurate specs of your heavy equipment so that we provide you with an accurate quote and organize to have a trailer of the right capacity to ship it. Whether you’re shipping single or multiple heavy equipment, we’re here to do it. Call us today for timely and affordable heavy equipment transport services in Idaho.

Contact Heavy Equipment Transport for FREE transport estimates phone (888) 730-2951

Learn More About Idaho Below

Idaho lies within the Pacific Northwest region within the Western United States. It has a small population in comparison to its size. Idaho is the 13th least populous state despite being the 14th largest in total area. The “Gem State as its officially nicknamed from its magical sceneries has various different climatic and geographical regions. In matters economy, the most lucrative industries here include mining, manufacturing, forestry, agriculture and tourism. Prestigious facilities within Idaho’s belt are led by the Idaho National Laboratory, the nation’s biggest Department of Energy.

Legal Load Limits in Idaho

  • - 80,000 lbs GVW
  • - 75ft length
  • - 8’6ft width
  • - 14ft height
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Legal Load Limits in Oregon

  • - 80,000 lbs GVW
  • - 53ft length
  • - 8’6ft width
  • - 14ft height

Everything You Need to Know About Oregon

Oregon seats on the Pacific Northwest where it borders the Pacific Ocean on the western front. It has a very rich history in habiting various indigenous nations. In the current years, Oregon has had the 27th largest population seated on the nation’s ninth largest state by area. Its capital is Salem City. Oregon is a geographically mixed state with interesting features such as the world’s biggest single organism, Armillaria ostoyae in Malheur National Forest. Over the years the economy has shifted from traditional activities to newer ones such as lumber production, the states dominating economic activity.

John deere tractor trasport

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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

    FAQ's

    To find a reliable equipment shipping company near you, call Heavy Equipment Transport. We have drivers ready to haul your equipment in every state. With 13+ years experience, we are the best and most reliable equipment shipping company near you.

    Yes! Your oversize load transport requires permits for each state the driver moves through. At Heavy Equipment Transport, we take care of permits, paperwork, and pilot cars for your oversize load.

    To ship large equipment you need to work with a reliable and expert shipping company. Large equipment transport is usually an oversize load that requires permits and sometimes pilot cars to meet state regulations. Heavy Equipment Transport ships large equipment from state to state with ease. Your expert transport agent handles every detail of the shipping process for a smooth and hassle-free experience.

    The cost to ship your equipment across the country depends on several things. If your equipment is oversize it requires permits and possibly pilot cars. The price of fuel and tolls also factors in. The best way to transport equipment from state to state is to speak with one of our expert logistic agents. You’ll receive an accurate and transparent quote to ship your equipment across the country.

    OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS

    A customer contacted us to help them move these picnic tables from Montgomery, TX, to Port Sulphur, LA. The urgent move was assigned to Zack Stone, who started working on it immediately. He decided a step deck was the most suitable trailer for transport, and on the day of transport, the picnic tables were carefully stacked and secured for transport. Call us for picnic table transport services and more.

    Hauling Picnic Tables

    Picnic Tables loaded on a step deck trailer for transport
    • Origin: Montgomery, TX
    • Destination: Port Sulphur, LA
    • Width: 4.75ft
    • Height: 5.5ft
    • Weight: 6,500lbs
    • Trailer Type: Stepdeck
    • Broker Name: Zack Stone
    • Phone Number: (305) 921-9530