Heavy Haul Transporting Company

When looking for a Heavy Haul Transporting Company that is affordable and efficient to transport your construction equipment, farm machinery, and industrial products check out Heavy Haul Transporting. We’ll also transport your emergency trucks and your military vehicles.


Heavy Haul Transporting Company
Heavy Haul Transporting Company


Transporting heavy hauls is all about the experience. It begins with the drivers. Every heavy haul transporting company does not have the expertise and safety training to handle heavy equipment. Loading heavy equipment on trailers, balancing the load, transporting the shipment – there’s literally tons to track safely. We work only with qualified heavy haul transporters who have, up-to-date licensing, adequate insurance and a minimum of 5 years of experience.


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Heavy Haul Business is Blowing in the Wind Upward!

The demand in the United States energy sector for oil field equipment, wind turbines and a host of other oversize freight has driven the income up of the largest heavy haul carriers. The size of these projects and the related cargo in 2019 is setting records nationwide for heavy haul transporting.

We are talking about an increase of revenue of almost a billion dollars as much as thirty three percent. The continued strength of the United States markets, especially the energy market and the increasing request to accommodate infra structure projects will tend to keep this growth increasing. Unfortunately, one suppressing factor in this trend is the lack of skilled drivers and resources for these heavy loads.

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The Dual Max line of heavy/oversize equipment

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Women in Trucking Webinar

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Women in Trucking Webinar The Gender Impact in Trucking

Women in Trucking Webinar. The Gender Impact in Trucking: How to Recruit and Retain Women and the Data Behind It. Friday, April 17, 2019 1:00PM CT/ 10:00 AM PT REGISTER NOW. Studies show that women make for safer, more reliable flatbed truck drivers, accounting for fewer preventable accidents. Because they stay on the job longer driving more miles per month than their male counterparts.  So join Women in flatbed Trucking’s complimentary webinar to learn the critical event data behind gender differences.

How to effectively recruit and retain women

How to effectively recruit and retain women in trucking. Data and fleet human resource experts will cover: Benefits of hiring and retaining women in flatbed trucking. Gender differences in critical events and dwell time scenarios. How non-binary gender identity impacts these findings, based on new data. Steps fleets are taking to make the trucking industry comfortable for women.

The objective for attendees of this webinar is to better understand the risk management process. Five steps target how these risk managers are applied to Cyber risks. This dynamic ever changing exposure is shared in presentations of stories and examples. It is sure to be informative and interesting.


Issues with Heavy Haul Transportation

When moving Heavy Haul Transportation there are many obstacles to overcome when planning these types of transportation projects. This is by far the most complicated freight to manage. Moving these loads requires specialized equipment. Use a professional team to handle them safely. Also, use a professional to get the loads from the point of origin to destination on time and without damage.

Three Ways to Reduce Issues with Heavy Haul Freight Shipping Services
Issues with Heavy Haul Transportation

Because of this most shippers think that competitive rates are impossible. By using Heavy Haul Transportation we are assuring you that we actively research your cargo for the best available rate. This saves your budget and  insures that you will always check with us first. Do this before committing to move a load with anyone else going forward. We have a pool of hands on professionals with the experience in the best equipment used in any circumstance. We also have a logistics team that  plans for the most conceivable road blocks 🙂 along the route.

Heavy Haul Freight Rates

With coordination between a logistical team and the actual hands on carrier these Heavy Haul Freight Rates are kept manageable. Because of this we are offering the shippers the best rates available for on time safe delivery. Continue reading “Issues with Heavy Haul Transportation”

Shippers Questions for A Transportation Company

Asking Freight Shipping Companies a few basic questions can help. So, you make the right choice and save a lot of time and money.  At the same time look for that right company that can help you manage your shipping lanes safely. To do this efficiently and timely can prove to be quite a task. A few of these must questions will help you separate the men from the boys. And if they are claiming to be experts in Flatbed Logistics. Ask these points before entering into an agreement.

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How many years have you been moving heavy haul freight?

Shippers Questions for A Transportation Company:

Before you start courting a brokerage use the internet to start a background search. Most importantly you would be surprised on just what you can find out in just a couple of hours. Look for motor carrier registrations, insurance, accounts payable health and any law suits liens or complaints filed against them. Social Media is a good tool to flesh out their viability. Be cautious of startups and look for a reputable company.  At the very least find one that has over a 10-year track record of doing business moving over dimensional freight.

How healthy and vast are your companies’ resources?

Consider the number and types of equipment that the company has in inventory. The number of employees that maintain all facets of the business is equally important. How long have they been employed? Ask about the last few years gross revenue. Because the more you know about the company the better you will feel about entering a sound longer-term relationship. Ask the lead executives what their forecast projections are. Compare those findings with the national projection. Transportation is expected to almost double in the next seven years.

What is your capacity and inventory of equipment?

This is difficult today with the nationwide shortage of professional carriers. This is leaving some brokers to scramble to find the best carriers in their network. Make sure the broker you choose has thousands of capable resources in their network. Because with the right equipment and competitive prices your cargo will move faster and safer. Freight Shipping Companies should be able to show that they have consistent resources and equipment available in all regions nationwide.

How well do you get along with your heavy haul freight customers?

The carriers that have a fluid relationship with their clients seamlessly handle their freight movements. Almost as if they were part of the company. They should be an extension of the logistical management. These carriers usually answer your requests twenty-four/ seven. Seek a company that has a single point of contact that can therefore delegate and execute your requirements. You don’t want them to pass the buck.

Tell me about your staff.

The management staff may well be the most important factor that you want to feel comfortable with. Besides that, they should be able to field your concerns efficiently and politely no matter how difficult the requirement. Most importantly seasoned brokers and support staff are key. Are they able to call on the specialists that are needed from time to time when moving over dimensional freight?

If you find a heavy haul freight company that will grow with you as a long-term partner, keep them. They should accent your business and exceed your expectations. If they do you found the best solution to move your freight consistently, economically and safely from origin to destination.

Trans-Eurasian belt development project

Russia has proposed to build the Trans-Eurasian belt development project a road stretching all the way from London to New York. It will go thru the entire country of Russia in the process. It really is what you would call a “superhighway”. The idea for the project has garnered lots of support, although some oppose it as well of course.

Trans-Eurasian belt development project

The Russian government dreams of this Superhighway. In total it would be 12,910 miles (20776 kilometers) in length. That is a serious amount of tarmac that needs to be mixed. On the route between London and New York, it would also connect other big cities including Moscow. Without a doubt, it is the greatest highway ever made and it goes by the name of, “Trans-Eurasian belt development project ”. The cost of the project would be around the $3trillion mark.

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Driver and Technician Shortage in Heavy Haul Transporting

Driver and Technician Shortage in Heavy Haul Transporting. The most critical issue facing the heavy haul transporting sector are the driver shortages.  Capable and willing experienced drivers and technicians are needed. The trucking industry, drivers, technicians, vendors and partners serve over 80 percent of Americas cities.

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Driver and Technician Shortage in Heavy Haul Transporting

Trucking is essential to our daily supply chain. The increase in the building of new factories and the repairs needed for our rotting infra structure is critical. Basic supply chain transportation is one thing. But the experience and professionalism needed to move over size loads is in even greater demand. This is due to the safety considerations and state by state guidelines needed to move heavy haul freight.

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The Internet of Things Set to Revolutionize Transportation and Supply Chain Logistics in the Next Decade

The Internet of Things, also known as “IoT”, at face value doesn’t appear to give much context as to what that means exactly. In its simplest form, the Internet of Things is an idea that you can connect any device to the Internet. Your everyday appliances such as your microwave, lamp, coffee machines would be able to access the Internet. You may ask yourself why does something like my microwave need to have the ability to connect to the Internet, it works fine just fine the way they are. The potential for IoT is essentially limitless as most objects nowadays can have sensors and software installed into the devices allowing objects to connect to the Internet. Imagine if our traffic lights had the ability to see traffic coming in advance and be able to streamline transportation more easily via a network that can allow signals to communicate with each other to make our roads more efficient. Imagine IoT in your everyday life, your alarm wakes you up and as you prepare your morning routine, your car will have a message transmitted to it to start 5 minutes before you typically leave for work without you ever having to so much as touch your keys.

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The Texas Transportation Industry Awaits the Federal Highway Administration’s Approval of Funds as States Coalesce to Improve Driver Parking

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A coalition known as the I-10 Corridor Coalition applied for a grant to create a system that will inform truck drivers of parking available along a key interstate in the southwest region of the country. The coalition is made up of Department of Transportations in Texas, Arizona, California, and New Mexico. The coalition was formed in 2016 with the mission to improve the efficiency and safety of Interstate 10. This Interstate is a frequented lane for many drivers across the country as it runs from Los Angeles to Jacksonville, Florida. Continue reading “The Texas Transportation Industry Awaits the Federal Highway Administration’s Approval of Funds as States Coalesce to Improve Driver Parking”