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Texas to Wisconsin Equipment Shipping


Heavy Haulers Leaders from Texas to Wisconsin

5 Star Texas to Wisconsin Equipment Shipping Service for quality hauling, stress-free, and on-time delivery for Texas to Wisconsin overseas distances.

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Texas to Wisconsin Equipment Transport

California to Kansas Equipment Shipping

When moving equipment of any kind from Texas to Wisconsin, it is vital to select a company that is skilled in every aspect of equipment transport, trustworthy and reliable, and with years of industry experience. Heavy Equipment Shippers are the leaders in equipment transport. We don’t just specialize in shipping small and heavy equipment. We are experts in transporting containers, boats, freight, LTL, and so much more! We have trailers of all sizes giving us the capability to ship equipment of all types and sizes, even oversized loads. Our industry experts will handle all of the logistics to ensure that your delivery runs smoothly and efficiently.

Heavy equipment transport from Texas to Wisconsin

Our company specializes in transporting heavy equipment from Texas to Wisconsin. We provide safe, efficient, and hassle-free services to businesses, contractors, and logistics professionals. From identifying the most suitable carrier to obtaining the necessary permits, we streamline the entire process for you. Our primary goal is to ensure timely and hassle-free delivery of your equipment, eliminating any unexpected delays or complications.

Heavy equipment shipping from Texas to Wisconsin Permits

Transporting heavy equipment across state lines can be a risky undertaking. It is of utmost importance to ensure that the transportation process is carried out correctly to prevent accidents. One of the most critical requirements for safe and secure transport is obtaining the necessary permits in advance.

In California, drivers who transport machinery on public roads are required to obtain permits from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Similarly, in Wisconsin, vehicles that are overweight and oversized require permits from the Department of Transportation (DOT).

Before commencing the project, it is imperative to ascertain that all the required permits have been obtained. Doing so will help mitigate potential risks and ensure that the transportation process is conducted safely and efficiently.

Equipment Transportation Methods

There are various shipping methods available to move heavy equipment from Wisconsin, including:

  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 Texas to Wisconsin

From Texas, your equipment will travel through Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa before entering Wisconsin.

  • Distance from Texas to Wisconsin: 1,240 miles
  • The time it will take to ship from Texas to Wisconsin: Approximately 19 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 Texas to Wisconsin

From To Miles Shipping Quote
Grapevine, Texas 76051 to Deforest, Wisconsin 53532 996 miles  $2,888
San Antonio, Texas 78284 to Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211 1,271 miles $3,686
Houston, Texas 77021 to Madison, Wisconsin 53705 1,147 miles $3,326

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

Excavator

Forklifts transport service

Forklifts

Lifts transport service

Lift

Dozer transport service

Dozer

Crane Transport service

Crane

Loader Backhoes transport service

Backhoe

Wheel loader transport service

Wheel Loader

Forestry equipment transport service

Forestry

Auctions & Dealers in Texas and Wisconsin


Texas Auctions

Main Auction Services
(972) 579-4612
C & L Equipment Sales and Auction Services
(903) 326-5802
Machinery Auctioneers Corporate
(210) 648-2225

Wisconsin Auctions

Hansen Auction Group
(920) 383-1012
Badger Corporation
(920) 269-8686
Powers Auction Services
(608) 439-5760

Texas Equipment Dealers

Landmark Equipment Inc
(972) 579-9999
Miles Equipment Sales
(817) 221-1036
Ellis Equipment Company
(817) 596-5811

Wisconsin Equipment Dealers

Aring Equipment Company Inc.
(262) 781-3770
Kelbe Brothers Equipment
(608) 221-8300
1st Choice Equipment
(262) 521-5802

Heavy equipment shipper FAQs

What is the cost of transporting a 40ft intermodal container from Texas to Wisconsin?

If you are planning a trip from Texas to Wisconsin, you may be wondering about the cost of driving. Trip costs vary depending on a few factors, such as the carrier you choose, the weight and type of your container, the distance you will travel, and the type of container you will use. On average, you can expect to pay between $12 and $23 for the trip, but it’s always a good idea to check with your carrier to get an accurate estimate of the cost.

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