California to Florida Heavy Hauler Shipping Services

Trust Heavy Haulers to ship your construction equipment between states. Door-to-door service means your equipment gets to its next work site as quickly as possible. If you’re looking for expert service at affordable rates, contact Heavy Haulers today.


You’ll get an experienced driver hauling the right trailer for your machine, every time. Flatbeds, step-decks, RGNs, oversize loads - Heavy Haulers is equipped to handle any type of cargo you need shipped. Call us today for professional long-distance transport of your valuable equipment.



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Transporting Heavy Equipment from California to Florida

Ship your construction equipment between all 50 states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Heavy Haulers is fully licensed and insured to transport cargo in every state in the country. Whether you need to ship your equipment across the country or around the corner, call Heavy Haulers today.




Heavy Haulers is a frequent user of California interstates. A half-dozen interstate highways crisscross the state, including:


  • I-5 - runs north-south through the middle part of the state, entering from Oregon and ending in Los Angeles;

  • I-8 - travels east/west near the state’s southern border, linking San Diego with Arizona;

  • I-10 - runs east/west across the southern part of the state, between Los Angeles and Arizona;

  • I-15 - goes north/south in a diagonal in the southern part of the state, from Nevada to San Diego;

  • 1-40 - runs east/west across the middle of the state, from Bakersfield into Nevada;

  • 1-80 - runs east/west in the northern part of the state, connecting San Francisco with Nevada.


Heavy Haulers rides Florida roads every day. We operate on all four interstate roadways in the state:


  • I-4 - runs east/west across the middle of the state, between Tampa and Daytona Beach;

  • I-10 - runs east/west across the top of the state, from Alabama to Jacksonville;

  • I-75 - travels north/south from the top of the state to Naples, before heading west to Miami;

  • I-95 - travels north/south down the east coast of Florida to Miami.

We offer an extensive range of trailer choices when shipping from California to Florida including:

Standard Trailer Load Dimensions Without Permits.

Heavy Haulers specializes in hauling heavy loads from California to Florida such as construction equipment, oil field rigging and Super Loads. We are wideload experts! We offer an extensive range of trailer choices, including:




Heavy Haulers Ships Other Types of Equipment Such As..

Cranes - Bulldozers - Excavators - Wheel Loaders - Crawler Loaders - Backhoes - Drills - Forklifts - Rollers - Scrapers - Compactors - Street Sweepers - Motor Graders - Scissor & Boom Lifts - Forestry Equipment - Trailers - Grinders - Skid Steer Loaders - Heavy Equipment - Petrochemical Equipment - Chemical Equipment - OilField / Gas Plant Equipment - Dump Trucks



Types of Equipment Heavy Haulers has Experience Transporting

Trust Heavy Haulers to transport any brand of equipment you own. Most of our drivers are experienced heavy-machinery operators who can safely maneuver your loads aboard our trailers. Some of the brands we have shipped include:

Common Ports Heavy Haulers Transport Through California to Florida

Choose Heavy Haulers to ship your cargo to or from any port in the nation. Not every driver has access to each port. Let Heavy Haulers match your delivery with a properly qualified professional operator. Call today for affordable transport services for your construction equipment.





California Ports Heavy Haulers Transport To/From

Heavy Haulers delivers to all ports in California. Five interstate highways converge near the Port of Little Rock. Ports in California include:

  • Port of Los Angeles - Pacific Ocean megaport on San Pedro Bay;

  • Port of Long Beach - Pacific Ocean megaport on San Pedro Bay;

  • Port of Oakland - Pacific Ocean megaport on San Francisco Bay;

  • Port of San Francisco - Pacific Ocean port on San Francisco Bay;

  • Port of Redwood City - Pacific Ocean port on San Francisco Bay;

  • Port of Richmond - Pacific Ocean port on San Francisco Bay;

  • Port of San Diego - Pacific Ocean port on San Diego Bay;

  • Port of Hueneme - Pacific Ocean port on Santa Barbara Channel;

  • Port of Humboldt Bay - Pacific Ocean port on Humboldt Bay;

  • Port of Stockton - inland port on Sacramento River;

  • Port of West Sacramento - inland port on Suisun Bay.




California State Port Transport Service



Florida State Port Transport Service


Florida Ports Heavy Haulers Transport To/From

Heavy Haulers works with all the ports in Florida. With more than a dozen ports on either the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean, Florida is one of the most important shipping states in the nation. Florida ports include:

  • Jaxport - Atlantic Ocean port on the Jacksonville River;

  • Port Miami - Atlantic Ocean port on the Miami River;

  • Port Everglades - Atlantic Ocean port;

  • Port Canaveral - Atlantic Ocean port;

  • Port of Palm Beach - Atlantic Ocean port;

  • Port of Fort Pierce - Atlantic Ocean port;

  • Port of Fernandina - Atlantic Ocean port;

  • Port of Key West - Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico port;

  • Port of Tampa Bay - Gulf of Mexico port;

  • Port of St. Petersburg - Gulf of Mexico port;

  • Port of Port St. Joe - Gulf of Mexico port;

  • Port of Pensacola - Gulf of Mexico port;

  • Port Panama City - Gulf of Mexico port;

  • Port Manatee - Gulf of Mexico port.

Common Airports Heavy Haulers Use When Shipping Equipment From California to Florida

Heavy Haulers transports heavy machinery to all California airports. The state has more than 25 primary airports, more than 30 reliever airports and more than 120 general aviation airports. The busiest airports in California include:

  • ● Los Angeles - international airport;

  • ● San Francisco - international airport;

  • ● San Diego - international airport;

  • ● Oakland - international airport;

  • ● Ontario - international airport;

  • ● San Jose - international airport;

  • ● Sacramento - international airport;

  • ● Santa Ana - primary airport;

  • ● Long Beach - primary airport;

  • ● Burbank - primary airport.

Heavy Haulers ships to airports in Florida. Florida has more than 120 airports, including nearly 60 general aviation airports and more than a dozen international airports. The busiest airports in Florida are located in:

  • ● Orlando - international airport;

  • ● Miami - international airport;

  • ● Fort Lauderdale - international airport;

  • ● Tampa - international airport;

  • ● Fort Myers - international airport;

  • ● West Palm Beach - international airport;

  • ● St. Petersburg - international airport;

  • ● Sanford - international airport;

  • ● Daytona Beach - international airport;

  • ● Key West - international airport;

  • ● Melbourne - international airport;

  • ● Pensacola - international airport;

  • ● Sarasota - international airport;

  • ● Tallahassee - international airport.


When Shipping Equipment from California to Florida with Heavy Haulers;

When you choose Heavy Haulers to ship any load from California to Florida, you’re opting for quality! Plenty of fly-by-night operations want your transportation business. We are professional transporters who are in this for the long run. Our nationwide construction-equipment hauling company is:


  • ● Experienced - More than 10 years transporting cargo in the U.S.;

  • ● Double Insured - Carrier and Contingency, Just In Case;

  • ● Professional - Fully Licensed, Bonded and Accredited;

  • ● Efficient - We accept nearly all forms of payment, including cash.

Experience Shipping Loads from California to Florida With Heavy Haulers!


Heavy Haulers specializes in hauling heavy loads such as construction equipment, oil field rigging and Super Loads. We are wideload experts! Heavy Haulers specializes in the heavy stuff! However - we can accomodate all types of equipment no matter the weight. Below you'll find some common pieces of equipment we've transported for the past 10+ years!

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