Arizona Container Transport
Efficient Container Transport Services in Arizona
Do you need to move a shipping container in or out of the state of Arizona? Heavy Equipment Shippers is the company to get the job done for you. We have over a decade of experience in hauling heavy equipment, including ISO shipping containers. Heavy Equipment Shippers specializes in heavy equipment hauling to and from all 50 states. We have a trailer for every size shipping containers and a team of experts ready to get your unit moved. Whether you are shipping a 10 foot, 20 foot, or 40 foot container, our knowledgeable representatives will handle every detail while keeping you informed throughout the process.
Efficient Shipping Container Movers in Arizona
When it comes to moving shipping containers in or out of Arizona, you can rely on the expertise of Heavy Equipment Shippers. With a decade of experience in the field, we specialize in transporting shipping containers across all 50 states, including international shipping. Our reputation as expert shipping container movers extends beyond North Carolina to serve clients in Arizona and beyond.
From the arid deserts to the stunning landscapes, our shipping container moving services cover every corner of Arizona.
There Are 2 Main Types of Shipping Containers:
- 20 ft.: This is also known at a TEU (twenty foot equivalent unit)
- 40 ft.: This is also known at a FEU (forty foot equivalent unit)
Other Names for Shipping Containers:
- Conex Units
- ISO container
- Intermodal Container
- Conex box
- Railroad Container
- Truck Trailer
- Cargo Container
Trailers Used to Haul Shipping Containers:
- Lowboy Trailer
- Chassis Trailer
How will you be loading and unloading your shipping container?
Most of the trailers mentioned above will require a crane for loading and unloading. A tiltbed trailer is the only one that does not require one, due to its ability to lower and maneuver. Our agents can arrange these accommodations or the customer has the option to make the arrangements themselves. The crane rental will add to the cost (about $500-$1000 per hour). It will usually take between one and three hours. For this reason, we take care to assure that the truck driver and crane arrive at the same time so that no one’s time or money is wasted.
Below are some examples of the price to move a shipping container to and from Arizona:
20 Foot Shipping Container
|From To||Shipping Quote||Miles|
|Apache Junction, Arizona 85119-New York, New York 10001||$7194||2398 miles|
|Flagstaff, Arizona 86004-Miami, Florida 33145||$6813||2271 miles|
|Chandler, Arizona 85224-Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401||$4941||1647 miles|
|Phoenix, Arizona 85034-San Diego, California 92140||$1448||362 miles|
40 Foot Shipping Container
|From To||Shipping Quote||Miles|
|Rochester, Massachusetts 02770-Glendale, Arizona 85302||$10,764||2691 miles|
|Louisville, Kentucky 40207-Scottsdale, Arizona 85262||$7132||1783 miles|
|Cary, Illinois 60013-Peoria, Arizona 85383||$7260||1815 miles|
|Flagstaff, Arizona 86004-Tolleson, Arizona 85353||$995||159 miles|
*Prices may vary depending on the price of diesel gas, loading and unloading, and the drivers’ locations.
What Does a Shipping Container Mover in Arizona Do?
A shipping container mover in Arizona specializes in the transportation and relocation of shipping containers. They assist in moving containers for various purposes, including cargo transport, storage, and residential or commercial use. These experts ensure containers are safely and efficiently transported to their intended destinations.
How Do I Find a Reliable Shipping Container Mover in Arizona?
To find a trustworthy shipping container mover in Arizona, consider factors such as their experience, reputation, insurance coverage, and equipment. Read customer reviews, request references, and compare quotes from different movers to make an informed choice. Ensure they have the necessary permits to operate in Arizona.
What Additional Services Can I Expect from a Shipping Container Mover in Arizona?
Shipping container movers in Arizona often offer various services beyond transportation. These may include container sales, customization, modification, and on-site placement. Some movers also provide solutions for temporary storage or the conversion of containers into offices, homes, or other specialized structures. Discuss your specific needs with the mover to determine the services they can offer.
Completed Conex Container Move
A forty-foot Conex container was needed to be hauled by Dave. This was just a small move going a little over a hundred miles. The tilt bed trailers were not available until next week, so a crane service met the carrier and dispatched a step-deck trailer. We found a heavy-duty forklift to unload the truck once we picked it up. We didn’t want to inconvenience the customer by not completing the job on time.
Ports of Entry in Arizona
- Port of Douglas
- Port of Lukeville
- Port of Naco
- Port of Nogales
- Port of Phoenix
- Port of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
- Port of San Luis
- Port of Sasabe
- Port of Scottsdale Airport
- Port of Tucson
Major Highway Systems in Arizona
Purple Heart Trail
State Route 89A
U.S. Route 66
Counties in Arizona that we ship to and from :
Apache County, Cochise County, Coconino County, Gila County, Graham County, Greenlee County, La Paz County, Maricopa County, Mohave County, Navajo County, Pima County, Pinal County, Santa Cruz County, Yavapai County, and Yuma County.