Shipping Heavy Equipment Throughout South Carolina
Heavy Equipment Transport is South Carolina’s leading machinery and oversize load shipping company. We transport heavy equipment throughout the state. Some of the most common manufacturers we've helped to tow heavy machinery for include Caterpillar, Komatsu, Hitachi, Takeuchi, and Oshkosh. Whether it's a crane, dump truck, excavator, oversized tank, our heavy equipment moving service has the right tools and expertise to maneuver oversized equipment throughout South Carolina safely.
We ship equipment to South Carolina's busiest locations, including the state's largest cities such as Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, and Mt. Pleasant. Whether you need us to handle heavy equipment trucking to or from the outskirts of any major city in South Carolina or you need an oversize load transport service that will help you to facilitate onward travel from the Port of Charleston, our all-inclusive equipment shipping services provide the best solutions available. Call now for a South Carolina equipment shipping estimate! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Jackson Weeks helped a client transport this 32L 11W 11.4H and 45,000lbs 2016 Bell B30E off-road dump truck from Columbia, SC to Grimesland, NC safely. After considering the size and weight of the equipment, he decided an RGN trailer was the most suitable due to its capacity. For timely transportation of a 2016 Bell B30E off-road dump truck, call us today!
2016 BELL B30E OFF-ROAD DUMP TRUCK ON AN RGN TRAILER
2016 Bell B30E Off-Road Dump Truck Haul
Origin: Columbia, SC
Destination: Grimesland, NC
Specialist: Jackson Weeks
Other Equipment Manufacturer Types Commonly Shipped to All 50 States
MAJOR SHIPPING ROUTES IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Five major highways crisscross South Carolina. They include:
Interstate 85 enters South Carolina at the Georgia state line near Anderson and ends at the northern state border near Gaffney. It spans 106 miles, passing through Greenville and Spartanburg. I-26 is one of the major north-south shipping routes, stretching from the North Carolina borderline near Landrum and runs southeast up to Charleston. It connects various cities, such as Newberry, Columbia, and Orangeburg. With a few guardrails, drivers must be alert when shipping cargo on I-26.
Interstate 77 covers about 91 miles and begins at the intersection with I-26, near Cayce, on Congaree River. The road runs across the state up to the intersection with US-21 at the North Carolina state line. When shipping cargo from southwest SC, I-95 provides convenient access to the state's hinterlands. It starts at the Georgia borderline, south of Hardeeville, spanning 198 miles to Hamer, near the NC state line. In SC, I-20 covers about 140 miles, running from the Georgia state border, in northeast Augusta, GA to Florence, at the intersection with I-95.