West Virginia’s Premiere Equipment Shipping Company
Heavy Equipment Transport has over a decade of experience shipping equipment throughout West Virginia. We haul everything from LTL freight to oversize loads. As an all-inclusive Washington equipment shipping company, we provide everything needed for transport. Paperwork, permits, and even assistance to get your equipment loaded safely is provided. Our entire team is highly trained and ready to transport your equipment across West Virginia safely.
At Heavy Equipment Transport we provide top quality equipment shipping at affordable rates. For over a decade, the residents of Virginia have relied on us to transport oversize loads, heavy machinery, and more. We pride ourselves on providing the best heavy equipment shipping services at costs our clients can afford. For the best Virginia equipment shipping services, call Heavy Equipment Transport today! Get your shipping quote now! (888) 730-2951
OUR RECENT EQUIPMENT SHIPMENTS
This 2015 John Deere 300G LC crawler excavator was transported from Huntington, WV to Stella, NC by the help of Jackson Weeks. The 35L 11.5W 11.5H and 70000lbs 2015 John Deere 300G LC crawler excavator was carefully loaded on an rgn trailer where it was well secured before being dispatched for transport. To ship a 2015 John Deere 300G LC crawler excavator, call us today!
2015 JOHN DEERE 300G LC CRAWLER EXCAVATOR ON AN RGN TRAILER
2015 John Deere 300G LC Crawler Excavator Transport
Origin: Huntington, WV
Destination: Stella, NC
Specialist: Jackson Weeks
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WEST VIRGINIA SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES
We are the best company to ship your semi truck in Oklahoma. We easily ship your tractor trailers on the major hauling routes in Oklahoma, including:
I-64 passes through West Virginia's major towns and cities of Lewisburg, Charleston, and Beckley. I-68, on the other hand, connects I-79 to I-70 in Hancock, Maryland. I-79 is the primary connecting route through Pennsylvania and West Virginia. It connects major metropolitan areas like Charleston, Pittsburgh, and Morgantown. I-79 is known as Jennings Randolph Expressway in West Virginia.
I-70 enters West Virginia from Ohio then heads towards Wheeling island. Compared to other states, this is the shortest segment that I-70 passes.