Heavy Equipment Shipping in North Dakota
Successful heavy machinery shipping in the Peace Garden State requires a reliable Heavy Equipment Transport company. We have more than a decade of North Dakota shipping experience. We pride ourselves on our ability to move heavy machinery safely through North Dakota. Heavy Equipment Transport offers all-inclusive North Dakota equipment shipping at the most affordable rates.
When you need to ship equipment in North Dakota, contact the experts at Heavy Equipment Transport. You’ll get the best transport solutions customized to fit your needs. Heavy Equipment Transport ships equipment, machinery, oversize loads and more. From flatbeds to extended RGN trailers, our sophisticated transport fleet is guaranteed to include a suitable trailer to help you ship heavy equipment. Heavy Equipment Transport ships your equipment throughout North Dakota. Get your shipping rate now! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Andy Fenelus, one of our transport experts, coordinated the transportation of this 54L 8.6W 13.6H and 67000lbs 2015 mobile sterile processing unit from Denton, TX to Fargo, ND. Our client had paid for our expedited transport services and we managed to deliver this 2015 mobile sterile processing unit on time. For power only transport services, call us today!
2015 MOBILE STERILE PROCESSING UNIT POWER ONLY TRANSPORT
2015 Mobile Sterile Processing Unit Haul
Origin: Denton, TX
Destination: Fargo, ND
Specialist: Andy Fenelus
Contact Andy: 561-214-4987
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MAJOR SEMI-TRUCK SHIPPING ROUTES IN NORTH DAKOTA
Although not served by many shipping routes as the northeastern states, North Dakota boasts a decent network of trucking routes, including the following:
Starting from North Dakota's southern border, I-29 spans 217 miles across the state to Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) at the US-Canada border. It has a maximum speed limit 0f 75 mph, and with no barrier separating the lanes, trucking drivers must exercise utmost caution and safety when plying the route. I-31 is a continuation of the SD-65 and starts at the South Dakota border, connecting the cities like Flasher and the greater Bismarck region.
I-94 spans from the eastern to western border, a distance of about 350 miles. It starts from Fargo, through major towns, such as Tower City, Jamestown, Bismarck, New Salem, Dickinson, before reaching the Montana state border in the west. Lastly, the US Route 85 stretches about 255 miles along the western state border. It's one of the busiest shipping routes in North Dakota, with countless commercial oil and heavy-hauling trucks moving loads on the road daily.