The Industry-Leading Pennsylvania Equipment Shipping Company
We have more than a decade of experience shipping equipment and oversize loads throughout Pennsylvania. Our heavy machinery shipping service is not just for construction clients or agricultural equipment owners--our trucking expertise benefits anyone looking for oversize load transport in Pennsylvania. If you need to ship heavy equipment, whether it's an excavator, industrial-sized tank, or water pump, we’ll transport it safely and deliver on time.
We ship equipment throughout Pennsylvania and frequently travel on the state's main roadways. Pennsylvania has the most interstates in the nation, and you'll often see Heavy Equipment Transport providers navigating the busiest highways, including the I-81, which sees drivers accumulating more than 3.6 billion miles between New York and Maryland every year. If you're looking for heavy machinery delivery, we will help to move heavy machinery anywhere you need it. Equipment shipping is at the heart of what we do. We are the industry-leading Pennsylvania equipment shipping company. Call now for an oversize load shipping rate! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Christopher Arce, our heavy equipment transport specialist coordinated the transportation of this 45L 11.7W 12.5H and 88000lbs 2000 CAT 623K elevating scraper from Gardendale,TX to Pittsburgh, PA. He acquired shipping permits, paperwork, and chose decided an rgn trailer would be the most suitable for transport. To transport a 2000 CAT 623K elevating scraper safely and on time, call us today!
2000 CAT 623K ELEVATING SCRAPER ON AN RGN TRAILER
2000 Cat 623K Elevating Scraper Haul
Destination: Pittsburgh, PA
Specialist: Christopher Arce
Contact Chris: 954-302-9069
Other Equipment Manufacturer Types Commonly Shipped to All 50 States
MAJOR SEMI TRUCK SHIPPING ROUTES IN PENNSYLVANIA
Our experienced drivers can haul semi-trucks on the major shipping routes in Pennsylvania. They include:
When shipping semi-trucks to Maryland or West Virginia, I-70 offers the most convenient route. It starts at the West Virginia state border near Claysville and spans 167 miles to the intersection with US 522 near Warfordsburg, at the Maryland state border. In Pennsylvania, I-76 starts at the Ohio border to the New Jersey state line. Covering 349 miles, the highway connects major cities like Pittsburgh and Somerset. Leaving I-81 in Union Township, I-78 is a relatively shorter highway in the state, covering about 75 miles up to Williams Township near the New Jersey state border.
Interstate 80 is the longest shipping route in the state, running from east to west. It starts from the New Jersey borderline and spans 311 miles to Shenango Township near the Ohio border. I-86 covers only seven miles in Pennsylvania, starting from the I-90 Exit 37 in Erie to the New York borderline near North East. Interstate 95 enters Delaware near Marcus Hook and stretches 44 miles through Philadelphia to Bristol, leaving the state at the New Jersey state line.