Heavy Haulers Offers 18 Axle Trailers in All 50 States, Canada, and Mexico!
Constructions that are underway in various locations be it roads, dams or buildings require the constant flow of material and equipment. Turbine wings and other such long cargo have specifications that demand the Heavy Haulers expertise and state of the art oversize trucking equipment. Call our logistic managers right now to book your free no obligation load transportation quotation.
An on-site team will evaluate your cargo to determine the best configuration of our 18 axle fleet best suits its safe conveyance. We load and offload cargo using hydraulic and mechanical ramps attached to the trailer. Reverse gooseneck couplings simplify backing up on and off-site showing versatility in transport vessels flexibility. Thousand-ton crane mechanisms have been hauled cross state by experienced massive haulers teams on 18 axle trailer transports.
What Type Of Cargo Needs 18-Axle RGN Trailers? Wide, Heavy, and Oversized Loads
Transformers and long cranes are gently loaded onto an 18 axle trailer for a smoother wheeled transport. Shipping costs are slashed when heavy loads are hauled comprehensively as opposed to being mutilated and put back together again on site. Cumbersome cargoes make for headaches and the possibility of disasters that could lead to the total loss of your load. Trust the big consignment to over 10 years of heavy haulers nationwide success, with oversize transport extending to Mexico and Canada.
Large boats and small ships needn't be an issue when moving them from coast to coast. Our tandem and tri tandem combinations of low decks or the heavy duty 18 axle flatbed trailers can accommodate up to large trawlers. Warehousing, millwrights, and engineers or the safe securing of cargo with tarpaulins is part of the excellence of service that makes heavy haulers the leader in oversize cargo moving. More information can be enquired via email on email@example.com or with a toll-free phone call at (800) 908-6206 to have your wide load carried today on a Heavy Haulers 18 axle transport.