Mississippi Equipment and Semi Truck Shipping Services

Top Quality Mississippi Equipment Transport at Affordable Rates

Shipping Heavy Equipment throughout Mississippi

Heavy Equipment Transport ships equipment, machinery, oversize loads and more throughout Mississippi. We are the industry-leading Mississippi equipment shipping company. Our team is highly specialized and experienced in oversize load transport. Mississippi residents have relied on us for over a decade to ship their equipment throughout the state. Heavy Equipment Transport provides everything you need for Mississippi equipment shipping.

Our equipment shipping service not only covers traveling the state of Mississippi but also, we ship all across the United States and even overseas. We can ship heavy machinery to Biloxi, Jackson, Gulfport, Oxford, Tupelo, and Meridian. Our heavy machinery shipping services can help you transport a wide range of oversized equipment, from 113,000-ton excavators to backhoes, wheel loaders, and forklifts. Whether your bulky equipment needs a 20ft trailer, a 40ft trailer, or specialized enclosed transport, we've got the trailer ready for you. Our removable gooseneck trailers can safely deliver heavy equipment with a maximum weight of 150,000lbs, and we also have flatbed trailers up to 53ft in length. Get your Mississippi equipment shipping rate now! (888) 730-2951

Common Equipment Shipped by Heavy Equipment Transport

  • Excavator Shipping
  • Dozer Transport
  • Crane Shipping
  • Wheel Loader Transport

  • Backhoe Transportation
  • Boat Transport
  • RV / Motorhome Shipping
  • Semi Truck Transport
  • Heavy Duty Truck Shipping
  • Forklift Transport
  • Boom Lift Shipping
  • Dump Truck Transport
  • Motor Grader Transportation
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    TRANSPORTING NEW AND USED SEMI TRUCKS TO MISSISSIPPI

    Heavy Equipment Transport provides reliable Mississippi semi truck shipping services. Our mission is to provide top quality Mississippi semi truck transport at the most affordable rates. We adhere to the best safety standards in the business. Whether you need to ship a new or used semi truck to Mississippi, Heavy Equipment Transport is here to get it done right. We transport to the biggest cities and the most rural areas of Mississippi, so your semi truck is always transported safely and delivered on time.

    For over a decade the state of Mississippi has relied on Heavy Equipment Transport to ship their semi trucks safely. Every driver we work with is thoroughly vetted to ensure they have the proper licensure, experience, and knowledge to ship your semi truck to Mississippi. Heavy Equipment Transport strives to always improve the Mississippi semi truck transport experience. We’re here to provide you with a shipping experience you can rely on. Call now and get your Mississippi transport quote! (888) 730-2951

    MAJOR SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES IN MISSISSIPPI

    Highways in Mississippi are often used to ship semi trucks throughout the state quickly and safely. Some of our most commonly traveled routes include:

  • I-20
  • I-55


  • I-20 is a commonly used route through central Mississippi, as it connects to numerous metro areas in other states, including Birmingham, Alabama. Its course through Mississippi is approx. 154 miles long, starting from the Mississippi River at Vicksburg. From here, the road travels eastward, heading to Jackson. In Jackson, the road merges with I-55 for a short while before separating east of the Pearl River. The road meanders on a winding, narrow route towards the Alabama state line just east of Meridian.

    I-55 is a north-south route through Mississippi. It enters from the Louisiana state line near Osyka and leaves Mississippi south of Memphis at the Tennessee state line. Through the center of the state, the route parallels much of US 51. The I-55 then runs concurrently with the US 98 as it passes through the western edge of Summit and McComb before intersecting the US 84 by Brookhaven. Near Crystal Springs, US 51 runs concurrently right up until Jackson. At Jackson, there are several alternative routes, including the I-20 and US 51 that run together with I-55. Once outside of Jackon, I-55 continues north towards Ridgeland, Grenada, Batesville, and Hernando, before crossing the state line near Southaven.





    Trailer Type

    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!