Shipping Equipment to Virginia With The Best Service
Heavy Equipment Transport specializes in shipping oversize equipment, semi trucks, and more throughout Virginia. Our team is available to assist any Virginia equipment shipping tasks, including hauling machinery auction sites, shipping out of state, or transporting in bulk. Whatever your Virginia equipment shipping needs, Heavy Equipment Transport will get it done right.
At Heavy Equipment Transport, we provide the best customer service, along with our top quality equipment shipping solutions. We’re available from dispatch to delivery to answer any questions about your load. We’ve served Virginia residents with the best equipment shipping services for over a decade. When it’s time to ship heavy machinery, the people of Virginia know it’s time to call Heavy Equipment Transport. Get your shipping rate today! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
Milos Visnjic, one of our farm equipment transport specialists, helped a farmer transport this 2013 John Deere 5100E tractor with front loader from Athens, TX to Richmond, VA. The 12.2L 8W 9.2H and 8150lbs 2013 John Deere 5100E tractor with front loader was carefully loaded, secured, and safely delivered on a stepdeck trailer. Call us now to transport a 2013 John Deere 5100E tractor with front loader on time!
2013 JOHN DEERE 5100E TRACTOR ON A STEPDECK TRAILER
2013 John Deere 5100E Tractor with Front Loader Haul
Origin: Athens, TX
Destination: Richmond, VA
Specialist: Milos Visnjic
Contact Milos: 954-495-9745
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VIRGINIA SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES
As a committed semi-truck shipping company in Virginia, we have gone a step further to master Virginia routes for the convenience of our clients. We pride ourselves in our CDL-certified drivers who have extensive knowledge of navigating Virginia's major highways to ensure you get your tractor trailer on time. Some of these highways include:
I-95 and I-81 are the major north-south highways through Virginia. I-95 joins with I- 64 for 4.8 km in Richmond before meeting the northern terminus of I-85 in Petersburg. I-495's southern and eastern half runs concurrently with I-95. I-495 is also referred to as the Capital Beltway.
I-64 runs east-west to the Hampton roads region and later overlaps with I-81 in the Shenandoah Valley. It enters Virginia as a four-lane divided highway. I-64 later leaves I-81, proceeding eastward while passing next to the south of Charlottesville.