Heavy Haul Trucking
Heavy haul trucking companies are useful
for transporting extremely heavy loads across town or across
the country. There are several major companies that can
provide this service. The five main heavy haul trucking
companies are Anderson Trucking Service Heavy Haul,
TransAmerican, Sherman Brothers Trucking, Ship North America
Transportation, and Powell Trucking. These companies all
specialize in hauling especially large loads. Their flatbed
trucks can support between 55 and 150 tons, depending on the
company. These trucking companies are equipped with large,
heavy-duty trucks to transport large amounts of
One of the heavy haul trucking companies
is Trans American. Their main branch is located in
Plainfield, New Jersey, and they have a satellite location
in Baltimore, Maryland. They can carry cargo across the 48
contiguous United States, as well as parts of Canada. They
have 15 different standard trucks to choose from, including
variations on the flatbed, the single drop, and the lowboy.
They also have five styles of specialty trucks, including
the multi-axle lowboys. Trans American is one of the most
reputable heavy haul trucking companies.
Another one of the major heavy haul
trucking companies is Ship North America. This company can
handle up to 55 tons at a time. They have a wide variety of
equipment choices, including double drops, extendables,
lowboys, removable goosnecks, and some other specialty
equipment. They can haul across the United States and
Canada. On the SNA website, you can request a quote, learn
more about the equipment the company offers, view a coverage
map, and find pretty much any other information you would
need to know when selecting a trucking company.
When choosing from the heavy haul trucking
companies, you need to consider several things:
1. Load size. Each company has a different
load size limit—both in weight and dimension. Before you
finalize your decision, you need to make sure the company
you choose can handle your load.
2. Location. You need to consider several
locations. These include where the trucking company is,
where your load is located, and where your load is going to.
You might want to choose a company that is close to either
where your load originates or where your load needs to end
up. This will cut down some on travel time for the company,
which can cut down on your final cost.
3. Reputation. You should find out some
background information on the heavy haul trucking companies
before you choose one. Ask coworkers and peers and search
the internet for reviews on the company.