Shipping All Equipment Throughout North Carolina
Heavy Equipment Transport is the premiere shipping company in North Carolina. We provide transport solutions for heavy equipment, machinery, oversize loads, and more. You can rely on our comprehensive equipment shipping service to transport heavy machinery not just along any of North Carolina's six interstates, but to anywhere in the Tar Heel State, including the busiest ports and airports. Heavy Equipment Transport is North Carolina’s go-to oversize load shipping company.
Whether you're looking to transport heavy machinery through the busy city streets of Charlotte or Raleigh or need a reliable shipping company to transport an oversize load from North Carolina to a neighboring state, we get it done safely. We’ve shipped heavy machinery from major manufacturers, including Caterpillar, John Deere, Komatsu, and Roadtec, across North Carolina's interstates for more than a decade. Call Heavy Equipment Transport for your North Carolina equipment shipping service rate today! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Corey Austin, our top heavy equipment transport expert, was in charge of transporting this PC360LC-11 hydraulic excavator from Trussville, AL to Raleigh, NC. Corey decided this 20L 11W 10H and 80000lbs would be shipped on an RGN trailer because it would handle its weight and size. To safely transport a Komatsu PC360LC-11 hydraulic excavator, call us today!
KOMATSU PC360LC-11 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ON AN RGN TRAILER
Komatsu PC360LC-11 Hydraulic Excavator Transport
Origin: Trussville, AL
Destination: Raleigh, NC
Specialist: Corey Austin
Contact Corey: 407-543-6705
Other Equipment Manufacturer Types Commonly Shipped to All 50 States
MAJOR SEMI TRUCK SHIPPING ROUTES IN NORTH CAROLINA
At Heavy Equipment Transport, we only work with professional, licensed, and industry-seasoned trucking drivers who've plied North Carolina state roads and highways for years. We can quickly and safely transport your semi-truck(s) on the following highways:
In North Carolina, I-40 stretches from Asheville near the western state border and passes through Greensboro before spanning southward to Raleigh and Wilmington. It's one of the busiest highways in North Carolina, with heavy commercial vehicles and semi-tractor trailers. Therefore, drivers must be on high alert when using the route. Another shipping route is I-74, which starts at the intersection with I-77 near the Virginia state border. It spans 69 miles to the intersection with US 74 close to Lumberton.
I-85 runs from the Grover, near Gastonia at the southern state border and connects major metro areas, such as Charlotte, Durham, and Greensboro, before reaching the southern Virginia border near Henderson. If you'd wish to ship your semi-truck to Virginia or South Carolina, I-95 is the most ideal and convenient route. Covering about 180 miles, I-95 ranks among the busiest and most dangerous routes, especially in summer when it receives a lot of precipitation.