The Best Equipment Shipping Company in Kentucky
Heavy Equipment Transport is the best equipment shipping company in Kentucky. From large cities such as Lexington, Louisville, Bowling Green, Owensboro, and Covington, to smaller destinations, including Franklin, London, and Winchester, we serve them all. For heavy machinery delivery in Kentucky, we provide an extensive range of trailers, including flatbeds, step decks, and RGNs. For heavy machinery that requires an oversized load shipping service, we offer extended drop decks, double drop decks, and extended RGN trailers.
Equipment shipping services provided by Heavy Equipment Transport are all-inclusive. We coordinate oversize load shipping along the 220 miles of northern Kentucky waterways, picking up equipment shipments from the Jefferson, Owensboro, and Henderson County Riverports on the Ohio River. We're a heavy equipment shipping company that serves all major inland ports, airports, and transport hubs, working with local and international partners to fulfill heavy equipment delivery wherever it's needed in Kentucky. Get your Kentucky equipment shipping rate now! (888) 730-2951
Common Equipment Shipped in Kentucky by Heavy Equipment Transport
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Nakia Jenkins helped transport this beautiful 27.6 10.6 12.7 and 97000lbs 2013 Tadano GR-750 XL crane from Lexington, KY to Phoenix, AZ. She acquired transport paperwork and decided an rgn trailer would be suitable to haul it. The equipment was delivered to the new jobsite safely and on time. To transport a 2013 Tadano GR-750, call us today!
2013 TADANO GR-750 XL CRANE ON AN RGN TRAILER
2013 Tadano GR-750 XL Crane Transport
Origin: Lexington, KY
Destination: Phoenix, AZ
Specialist: Nakia Jenkins
Contact Nakia: 305-395-7619
SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT SERVICES IN KENTUCKY
Heavy Equipment Transport ships semi trucks to and from Kentucky with ease. We are the state's leading semi truck shipping company. Whether you need a local Kentucky semi truck transport, or need to ship from Kentucky across the country, we get it done with the best shipping solutions available. Our Kentucky semi truck transport rates are all-inclusive and transparent, so you know exactly what your shipment will cost. Heavy Equipment Transport’s mission is to provide the best Kentucky semi truck shipping solutions for every client.
Every driver we work with is vetted to ensure they have the proper paperwork and experience to transport your semi truck safely. With over a decade of experience, Heavy Equipment Transport knows the intricate details of local and long distance Kentucky semi truck shipping. We are licensed, bonded, and insured, and we also adhere to the top safety standards for semi truck transport. Call Heavy Equipment Transport for a Kentucky semi truck shipping quote now! (888) 730-2951
Common Cities We Ship To
FREQUENT SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES IN KENTUCKY
When it comes to semi truck transport through Kentucky, Heavy Equipment Transport drivers regularly transport semi trucks on the following highways:
The I-65 enters Kentucky just 8 km south of Franklin. It passes several significant cities, including Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, and Louisville, before its exit. The 221 km route through Kentucky provides access to numerous sites of interest, such as the Bernheim Forest, Mammoth Cave National Park, Fort Knox Military Reservation, and the National Corvette Museum before entering the most extensive metro area in the state, Louisville.
The northbound side crosses into Indiana via the Abraham Lincoln Bridge, while southbound travelers enter Kentucky from the John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge. This highway is one of the most heavily congested routes in all of the U.S., with more than 50,000 vehicles per day using the road.
Another major route through Kentucky is the I-75, which runs almost parallel to Route 25 for its entire length through the state. South of Williamsburg, the road enters Kentucky in the Cumberland Plateau. It travels by Corbin and London before its descent into the Bluegrass region via the Pottsville Escarpment near Berea. The highway continues its northerly journey through Richmond and Lexington before passing Georgetown on its trip to Ohio.