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California to North Carolina Equipment Shipping

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California to North Carolina Equipment Transport

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The best way to move equipment from California to North Carolina is to hire a reliable, trustworthy company that has years of experience and expertise in equipment transport. That’s where Heavy Equipment Shippers come in – we are the leaders in equipment transport and specialize in shipping not only small and heavy equipment but also containers, boats, freight, LTL, and much more! With trailers of all sizes, we can transport equipment of all types and sizes, including oversized loads. Our team of industry experts handles all logistics, ensuring your delivery runs smoothly and efficiently.

All logistics are managed by our team of experts to ensure a smooth and efficient delivery process for you. The years of experience we’ve gained in the industry have positioned us as a leader in the equipment transport industry. With us handling your equipment transport needs, we are ready to meet your requirements efficiently and effectively.

Heavy equipment transport California to North Carolina

Coordination and detailed planning are required to transport heavy equipment across states. Across the country, such equipment transport becomes incredibly complex. No worries, we’ve got you covered with a detailed guide that will provide all the essential information needed to transport heavy equipment safely and efficiently between California and Minnesota. Whether you are a business owner, contractor, or logistics professional, our guide provides you with a wide range of resources and insights to help you navigate the transportation process. For a hassle-free transportation experience for your heavy equipment, we will walk you through everything from selecting the suitable carrier to setting up the necessary permits and equipment.


Transporting heavy equipment from California to North Carolina requires specific permits to ensure safety and legality. The first step is to obtain a permit from the California DMV that allows your equipment to travel on public roads. Additionally, you may need to get an oversized or overweight permit from the North Carolina DOT to comply with state regulations. When transporting equipment, it is essential to obtain all necessary permits in order to avoid any safety or legal issues.

Transportation Methods

There are several transportation methods available to move heavy equipment from North Carolina. The most common options include:

  1. Truck Transport: Heavy equipment can be transported via specialized trucks specifically designed for heavy loads. These trucks can be equipped with hydraulic lifts and ramps to facilitate loading and unloading.
  2. Rail Transport: Rail transport can be an efficient option for transporting heavy equipment over long distances. However, it may require specialized equipment and a specialized railcar to accommodate the size and weight of the equipment.
  3. Sea Transport: For larger pieces of equipment that cannot be transported via truck or rail, sea transport can be a viable option. However, it requires careful planning and preparation, including proper packaging and securing of the equipment to prevent damage during transit.
  4. Air Transport: For smaller or delicate pieces of equipment, air transport can be a cost-effective option. However, the size and weight limitations imposed by aircraft may limit the feasibility of this method for heavy equipment.

The Route from California to North Carolina

From California your equipment will travel through Arizona, then New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee and then into North Carolina.

  • Distance from California to North Carolina: 2,649 miles
  • The time it will take to ship from California to North Carolina: Approximately 40 hours
  • Price to ship your equipment: The price to ship equipment will be based on the number of miles being traveled and the overall size of the unit.

What is the Equipment shipping cost from California to North Carolina

From To Miles Shipping Quote
Fort Irwin, California 92310-Fayetteville, North Carolina 28304 2,467 miles  $6,414
Long Beach, California 90813-Sanford, North Carolina 27330 2,533 miles $6,586
Sacramento, California 94203-Charlotte, North Carolina 28212 2,743 miles $7,132

The cost of shipping equipment is determined by the distance traveled and the size of the unit.

We transport various types of equipment.

We transport different types of equipment to any state in the US and overseas. Let us know your needs, and we’ll take care of the rest, ensuring your equipment is delivered safely and on time.

Skid steers transport service

Skid Steers

Mini Excavators transport service

Mini Excavator

Excavator transport service


Forklifts transport service


Lifts transport service


Dozer transport service


Crane Transport service


Loader Backhoes transport service


Wheel loader transport service

Wheel Loader

Forestry equipment transport service


Auctions & Dealers in California and North Carolina

California Auctions

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers
(530) 669-4166

Mulrooney Auction Co.
(209) 366-0600

Above All Auctions
(888) 658-6148

North Carolina Auctions

E B Harris Inc
(252) 257-2140
RDD Auction
(919) 689-9400
Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Co
(910) 739-0547

California Equipment Dealers

RGW Equipment
(925) 606-2450
Eberhard Equipment
(714) 957-1111
Road Machinery LLC
(559) 834-3149

North Carolina Equipment Dealers

NC Tractor & Farm Supply
(828) 288-0395
Blue Ridge Tractor Company
(336) 667-9247
Pennell & Sons Farm Equipment
(828) 754-1924

Heavy equipment shipper FAQs

How much does it cost to transport a small John Deere Tractor from California and North Carolina?

Transport of small John Deere tractors is available for a different price depending on the distance.

• Approximately 500 miles: $3–$4 per mile, 1 – 3 days
• From 500 to 900 miles: $3–$3.5 per mile, 3- 5 days
• The long-distance rate is $1.75 per mile
• Distances under 5 miles: $5
• The cost of a mile within 500 miles is $3.

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