The Best Texas Equipment Shipping Company
Heavy Equipment Transport is the best equipment shipping company in Texas. Our national network of seasoned haulers can ship equipment anywhere, from remote Texan construction sites to busy, inner-city hubs. We ship all equipment and oversize loads. For example, if you've just purchased Caterpillar, Bobcat, or Komatsu equipment at auction, we’ll ship it anywhere in Texas for you.
Heavy Equipment Transport has over a decade of experience shipping machinery and oversize loads throughout Texas. Our experienced logistics agent will provide you with everything needed for Texas equipment shipping. We’re available from dispatch to delivery for all your Texas oversize load transport needs. Call now and get your Texas equipment shipping rate! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Brian was able to transport this 2005 peterbilt 379 tank wagon from Odessa, TX to Kansas City, KS on short notice for a client who needed it delivered urgently. He acquired the paperwork and decided a step deck trailer was suitable for the transportation of the 30L 8W 10.6H and 25000lbs equipment. To transport a 2005 peterbilt 379 tank wagon safely, call us today!
2005 PETERBILT 379 TANK WAGON ON A STEPDECK TRAILER
2005 Peterbilt 379 Tank Wagon Haul
Origin: Odessa, TX
Destination: Kansas City, KS
Specialist: Brian Gochansky
Contact Brian: 954-603-1344
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TEXAS SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT MAJOR HIGHWAYS
As the leading transport company in Texas, we are very flexible in delivering our services. Our lines of communication are open 24 hours, and we offer shipping services all year round. We also travel all roads in Texas, including:
The Texas interstate highway consists of 12 primary routes, seven auxiliary routes, and interstate 35. I-35 was the first section of interstate highway to open in a large metropolitan area. It is a major North-south highway in Texas. After Waco, it splits into two auxiliary routes I-35E and I-35W. The two branches meet again in Denton to form I-35 which continues to the Oklahoma border.
I-10 is the longest segment of the interstate highway, while I-110 is the shortest. I-10 runs east from Anthony through EI Paso, San Antonio, to the border with Louisiana. It is North America's longest continuous freeway. I-45, unlike other interstate routes that have numbers ending with "5," is comparatively short. It connects Dallas and Houston city as it stretches to Galveston and the Gulf of Mexico. I-27 runs north from Lubbock to I-40.