Vermont Heavy Equipment Shipping

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Heavy Haulers in Vermont

5 Star Vermont Heavy Equipment Shipping Company for quality transport. We provide stress-free heavy machinery shipping in Vermont and perfect delivery for both local and long distance moves.

Vermont,VT Heavy Equipment Shipping Services

When shipping your heavy equipment to or from the state of Vermont, choose a company that specializes in doing just that. Heavy Equipment Shippers is a company that has been hauling heavy equipment to and from all over the United States for over a decade. There is no unit too large for Heavy Equipment Shippers. Let our experts set you up for hassle free transportation. Whether you are moving your equipment from the busy city of Burlington, or the remote area of Granby; Heavy Equipment Shippers will help you get where you need to go in Vermont. We also ship to all 50 states and internationally.

Vermont Heavy Equipment Shipping

Vermont is located in the area of New England in the Northeastern United States. It shares borders with the Canadian province of Quebec to the north, New Hampshire to the east, Massachusetts to the south, and New York to the west. Vermont is the only state among the New England states that is not bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. The major highways that run throughout Vermont include: Vermont Route 100, I-89, VT 15, I-91, VT 9, Vermont 30, Vermont 14, U.S. 7, Route 116, I-189, Vermont Route 125, Vermont Route 7a, I-93, Vermont 103, and U.S. 302. Vermont is only 9,616 square miles, and Heavy Equipment Shippers transports to and from all of them!

Here’s what we will need in order to get you a quote for your heavy equipment transport:

  1. The zip code of the pick-up address
  2. The zip code of the drop-off address
  3. The size of unit we will be shipping
  4. The time frame in which you need the vehicle shipped

Once this information is provided to us, within a matter of minutes we will be able to provide you with a reasonable quote. When coming up with a price for a, we consider things like the higher cost of fuel in some areas as well as any permits or escorts that may be required. We will send you a reservation form. Once this form is complete, our dispatchers will begin looking for the perfect driver for your specific load and time frame. Usually within 48 hours your load will be assigned. Once this happens, our dispatch department will contact you letting you know the details for pickup and delivery.

Counties that we ship heavy machinery to and from in Vermont:

Addison County, Bennington County, Caledonia County, Chittenden County, Essex County, Franklin County, Grand Isle County, Lamoille County, Orange County, Orleans County, Rutland County, Washington County, Windham County, and Windsor County.

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Trailers We Use to ship heavy equipment

  • Van
  • Flatbed
  • Refrigerated “Reefer”
  • Van or Reefer
  • Two 24 or 28 flatbed
  • Animal
  • Car carrier
  • Belly Dump
  • Beam Trailer
  • Conveyor belt
  • Boat hauling Trailer
  • Train, super train “Candia only”
  • Convertible Hopper
  • Conestoga
  • Container Trailer
  • Curtain van
  • Driveaway
  • Double drop
  • Double Drop extended
  • Dump Trucks
  • End Dump
  • Flatbed “Air Ride”
  • FEXT ” Stretch Trailers or Extendable Flatbeds or Extendable Flatbeds
  • FO- Flatbed over-Dimension Loads
  • FRV- Flatbed, Van or Reefer
  • FSDV- Flatbed, Step Deck or Van
  • FV- Van or Flatbed
  • LAF- Landoll Flatbed
  • LB- Lowboy
  • LBO- Lowboy over dimension Loads
  • LDOT- Load-out are empty trailer you load and haul
  • Live= Live bottom Trailer
  • Maxi- Maxi or Double Flat trailers
  • MBHM- Mobile homes
  • PNEU- Pneumatic
  • PO- Power Only
  • RGN- Removable Gooseneck & Multi Axle Heavy Haulers
  • RINT- Refrigerated Intermodal
  • Roll- Roll Top Conestoga
  • SD- Stepdeck
  • SDE – Stepdeck Extendable
  • SDO- Step deck over Dimensions loads
  • SPV- Cargo, small, sprinter Van
  • Tank- Tanker (Food Grade, liguide, bulk etc)
  • VA- Van air ride
  • VB- Blanket wrap van
  • VIV- Venter Insulated Van
  • VIVR- Venter insulated van or Refrigerated
  • VLG- Van with Liftgate
  • VM- Moving Van
  • V- Open Top Van
  • VRDD- Van, Reefer or Double drop
  • VV- Venter Van
  • WR- Venter VAn or Refrigerated, walking floor
  • Hopp- Hopper Bottom
  • HS- Hotshot Trailer
  • HTU- Haul and Tow Unit

Frequently Asked Questions

What the price to ship a front end loader out of Vermont?

Depending on the size of the front end loaded it will cost two to four dollars a mile, when you hauling a heavy machinery out of Vermont.

What are is the cheapest way to haul equipment from Vermont?

The cheapest way to haul equipment in and out of Vermont will be to rent a trailer and do it yourself. This can very dangerous and risky if you have never hauled equipment before and we advise you to call a broker who has experience.

What is the difference in price from 2020 to 2023 when hauling a heavy equipment and machinery?

The price difference in hauling a heavy equipment and machinery from three years ago is around thirty percent. This is because of the shortage of drivers and the price of diesel gas.

Heavy Haul Jobs in and out of Vermont:

Vermont Heavy Equipment Shipping

Paul, was looking to have his 2006 Caterpillar P655 hauled

From: Sunderland VT 05252
To: Charleston SC 29413

The Caterpillar was going to a construction site and he needed it to start a project by Monday. He got the run around by another company and called us to have it moved. The problem is he went with a low ball quote and was not realistic to a carrier and broker. We gave him the correct price and got it moved in three hours and delivered on Sunday.

Vermont Heavy Equipment Shipping

Mr. Lockaby called to have his 1990 John Deere 3025E hauled

From: Dadeville, AL 36853
To: Essex VT 05453

The price to get the John Deere move was three dollars to the carrier and $250 for insurance. The job took three days to get delivered from the time we picked it up. Keep in mind, a hot shot trailer can take anything twenty thousand pounds or less and will be used for seventy percent of equipment transports.