Missouri to Illinois Heavy Hauler Shipping Services

Trust Heavy Haulers to ship your equipment from Missouri to Illinois. Heavy Haulers is highly experienced shipping all size machinery on this route door-to-door. We can haul your load no matter what the weight, size, quantity or type of equipment, machinery, vehicles, freight or cargo you need to haul. Allow our expert team to direct you to the shipping methods which will get your your load where it needs to be, all while minimizing the time, energy and hassle along the way.


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 and local transport of your valuable equipment.



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Transporting Heavy Equipment from Missouri to Illinois

Ship your construction equipment from Missouri to Illinois using Heavy Haulers! 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 frequently travels the highways of Missouri. The busiest interstate roadways in the state include:


  • I-29 - hugs the west side of the state, traveling north/south through Kansas City from Nebraska into Kansas;

  • I-35 - slices across the northwest corner of the state, running from Nebraska into Kansas;

  • I-44 - runs northeast from Oklahoma to St. Louis;

  • I-49 - goes north/south from Kansas City into Arkansas;

  • I-55 - runs north/south through St. Louis along the state’s southeastern border, between Illinois and Arkansas;

  • I-57 - short east/west highway in the southeast corner of the state that runs from I-55 into Kentucky;

  • I-64 - short east/west highway that runs from I-70 just west of St. Louis into south St. Louis;

  • I-70 - cuts east/west across the middle of the state from Kansas City to St. Louis, running between Kansas and Kentucky.


Heavy Haulers spends a lot of time traveling Illinois highways. At least a dozen interstate highways run through the state, including:


  • I-24 - runs southeast in the southeast corner of the state from I-57 into Kentucky;

  • I-39 - travels north/south from Rockford to Bloomington;

  • I-55 - travels southwest across the center of the state from Chicago to St. Louis;

  • I-57 - runs north/south down the eastern third of the state, from Chicago into Arkansas;

  • I-64 - goes east/west across the southern portion of the state, from Iowa to Indiana;

  • I-70 - runs northeast across the southern third of the state, from Iowa to Indiana;

  • I-72 - runs east/west from Missouri to Champaign across the middle of the state;

  • I-74 - runs east/west across the middle of the state from Champaign into Indiana;

  • I-80 - goes east/west across the top third of the state, from Iowa into Indiana;

  • I-88 - runs east/west from I-80 west of the Iowa border into Chicago;

  • I-90 - goes north/south from Wisconsin into Chicago, slicing across the northwest corner of the state;

  • I-94 - travels down the eastern side of the state from Wisconsin into Chicago.


We offer an extensive range of trailer choices when shipping from Missouri to Illinois including:

Standard Trailer Load Dimentions Without Permits.

Heavy Haulers specializes in hauling heavy loads from Missouri to Illinois 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 in Missouri to Illinois

Choose Heavy Haulers to ship your cargo to any port from Missouri to Illinois. 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.



Missouri Ports Heavy Haulers Transport To/From

Heavy Haulers serves all the ports in Missouri. In terms of tonnage, the Port of St. Louis is one of the largest inland ports in the country. Missouri has more than a dozen inland ports, including:

  • Port of St. Louis - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • New Madrid County Port - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • Port of Kansas City - inland port on the Missouri River.

Missouri State Port Shipping Services



Illinois State Port Transport Service


Illinois Ports Heavy Haulers Transport To/From

Heavy Haulers serves all the port locations in Illinois. The largest ports in the state include:

  • Port of Chicago - Lake Michigan port on the Calumet River;

  • Port of Quincy - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • Port of Lemont - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • Port of Rock Island - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • Port of Granite City - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • Port of Davenport - inland port on the Mississippi River;

  • Port of Joliet - inland port on the Des Plaines River;

  • Port of Peoria - inland port on the Illinois River;

  • Port of Beardstown - inland port on the Illinois River;

  • Port of Channahon - inland port on the Illinois River;

  • Port of Waukegan - deep water port on Lake Michigan.

Common Airports Heavy Haulers Use When Shipping Equipment From Missouri to Illinois

Heavy Haulers works with all the airports in Missouri. Missouri has more than 40 airports, including nearly 30 general aviation airports and two international airports. The busiest airports in Missouri include:

  • ● St. Louis - international airport;

  • ● Kansas City - international airport;

  • ● Springfield - primary airport;

  • ● Columbia - primary airport;

  • ● Joplin - primary airport.

Heavy Haulers facilitates heavy equipment transfers to airports in Illinois. Illinois has more than 80 airports, including nearly 60 general aviation airports and five international airports. The busiest airports in the state include:

  • ● Chicago - international airport;

  • ● Chicago - international airport;

  • ● Peoria - international airport;

  • ● Moline - international airport;

  • ● Rockford - international airport;

  • ● Champaign/Urbana - primary airport;

  • ● Bloomington/Normal - primary airport;

  • ● Springfield - primary airport.


When Shipping Equipment from Missouri to Illinois with Heavy Haulers;

When you choose Heavy Haulers to ship any load from Missouri to Illinois, 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 Missouri to Illinois 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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