Alaska Heavy Haul &
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Alaska Heavy Machinery Shipping Services

Titan Worldwide is one of the premier Alaska trucking companies providing transportation services for challenging loads, including construction equipment, petroleum products, mining machinery, container hauling services, and other heavy loads nationwide, including Canada and Mexico. Because of our decades of experience in freight hauling, customers rely on our prompt service, expertise, and safety record. When you partner with the best heavy-haul specialists in the trucking industry, you save time and make more money.

Request a free quote for your oversized load today. Our dedicated heavy-hauling team will provide a competitive price, arrange the logistics, assign a driver experienced in heavy equipment transport and extreme weather, and support your over-dimensional cargo until it reaches its destination. We pride ourselves on reliable service, and best-in-the-industry knowledge, so drop us a line to chat about your next shipment to or from Alaska.

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Our Alaska Trucking Routes

We operate on all four interstate roadways in the state:
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    I-70 – runs east/west in the middle of the state, from Indiana into West Virginia
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    I-71 – travels northeast from Kentucky in the southwest corner of the state to I-80

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    I-75 – goes north/south in the western portion of the state, from Michigan to Kentucky
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    I-76 – goes east/west from I-71 to I-80 in the northwest corner of the state
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    I-77 – runs north/south in the eastern portion of the state, from Cleveland into West Virginia
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    I-80 – runs east/west from I-90 to I-76 in the northeast corner of the state
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    I-90 – travels east/west along the northern edge of the state, from Indiana to Pennsylvania

Titan Hauls Heavy Equipment Throughout Alaska

Titan is one of the leading heavy haul trucking companies in Alaska, with the experience to handle all types of oversize and challenging loads

Ports Served

The busiest ports in the state include:

  • Port of Cleveland – Lake Erie port on Cuyahoga River
  • Port of Sandusky – Lake Erie port on Sandusky Bay
  • Port of Toledo – Lake Erie port on Maumee Bay
  • Port of Lorain – Lake Erie port on Black River
  • Port of Ashtabula – Lake Erie port on Ashtabula River
  •  Port of Fairport – Lake Erie port on Grand River
  • Port of Huron – port on Lake Erie
  • Port of Cincinnati – inland port on the Ohio River

Airports Served

Ohio has more than 90 airports, including nearly 70 general aviation airports and four international airports. You can trust the shipping team at Titan Worldwide to connect with the right individuals at the ports and airports to ensure your supply chain isn’t interrupted.  The busiest airports in Ohio include:

  • Columbus – two international airports
  • Cincinnati – international airport
  • Cleveland – international airport
  • Dayton – international airport
  • Akron – primary airport
  • Toledo – primary airport
  • Youngstown – primary airport

Types of Freight We Ship


We haul to/from all US States!

Click on one of the states to read more information on our heavy haul services in that specific area.
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Some of Our Heavy Haul

Tailored transport solutions to meet your needs

Understanding your requirements and objectives is important to us. Click below to tell us more about your upcoming shipment.
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Alaska Heavy Haul Trucking FAQ

What kind of permits will I need to transport cargo through Alaska?

The driver of an oversized load needs to obtain a permit from the state of Alaska. Super load carriers will also need special permits.

When you work with Titan for your trucking needs, our truck drivers will take care of all the permitting needs required to ship your load through Alaska, as well any other states the shipment will be transported through. That means no delays, no fines, and no hassle for our clients! Delivering your freight safely and on time is our top priority.

Will I need an escort to transport my cargo through Alaska?

Escort requirements are determined by the final size of shipments. At a minimum, all oversize loads/vehicles must display “Oversize Load” on both front and rear.

If oversized loads are traveling on one of Alaska‘s highways, one escort is required for lengths over 85′ or width over 10’. Two escorts are required for width over 12′ or a length 100′.

Our company is committed to making the process hassle-free for our customers. Our truck drivers will make all the arrangements if pilot cars are needed for any of the locations your cargo will travel through the United States, Canada or all the way to Mexico.

To obtain more information on regulations, Click here to see Alaska oversize permits

What's considered an oversized load in Alaska?

In Alaska, the legal dimensions for standard trucks and loads, including overhang, are 75′ long, 8’6″ wide, and 15′ high.

Titan Worldwide has experience working with the rules and regulations of Alaska. Our logistics team will create a tailored shipping solution so you don’t have to worry about anything.

How much does it cost to ship oversized loads in Alaska?

You can generally expect to pay between $2.30 and $10 per mile. Many factors affect the cost of shipping goods, including:

  • Load size
  • Type of goods
  • Mileage and designated routes
  • Pick up and destination location
  • Time of year and trucking demand
  • Number and type of permits required
  • Escort requirements

Titan is your one-stop transportation solution for all your heavy freight hauling. Contact us today for an all-inclusive price quote that includes all delivery, permit, and escort costs. We would love to serve your business!

What kind of trailers do you have for handling heavy equipment?

Our specialty is transporting heavy construction, agriculture, hazmat cargo, oilfield goods, and other types of equipment throughout Alaska and across the country. Our solutions, resources, and trucking equipment are tailored to the specific needs of each business.

For example, a common option in our heavy haul fleet are our flatbed trailers, which offer a maximum weight of 48,000 pounds.

For many super loads, we’ll utilize our removable gooseneck RGN trailer (also called lowboy trailers). The maximum weight of this trailer is over 150,000 pounds. This option is ideal for very large items over the maximum height for hauling inside a trailer.

No matter what specialized transportation is required —whether refrigerated trailers, winch trucks, or one of our step deck trailers—our team will match your unique freight to the best trailer for the job, and guarantee to load and deliver it safely and professionally.

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