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Heavy Haul Trucking Expertise in Delaware

At Titan Worldwide, we excel in offering premium Delaware heavy haul trucking services. Navigating the unique transportation laws and guidelines in the state of Delaware can be intricate, but our experienced team is well-versed in this area. Our heavy haul services are fully compliant with local regulations, and we coordinate closely with state authorities to secure the necessary permits. Leveraging our detailed knowledge of the local routes and infrastructure, we ensure smooth, safe, and efficient transport of oversized and heavyweight equipment.

Reliable Solutions with Titan Worldwide

Beyond regulatory compliance, our heavy haul trucking in Delaware is designed to prioritize reliability and customer satisfaction. We employ a fleet of advanced heavy-duty vehicles, each equipped with modern technology to support the secure and timely transportation of your heavy equipment. Our drivers are highly skilled professionals who undergo regular training to stay updated on the best practices in the heavy haul industry. No matter the size or complexity of your cargo, you can trust Titan Worldwide to provide a solution tailored to your specific needs, guaranteeing your load reaches its destination in perfect condition.

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Our Delaware Trucking Routes

Delaware, being the second smallest state in the United States, has a few major Interstate Highways running through it. It's important to note that while U.S. Routes aren't technically Interstates, they play a significant role in Delaware's transportation infrastructure. For example, U.S. Route 13 and U.S. Route 301 serve as major north-south corridors in the state. Similarly, U.S. Route 9 is a crucial east-west connection. Here they are:
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    Interstate 95 (I-95): This is one of the most significant highways in the country, running from Florida all the way to Maine. In Delaware, it serves as the main artery of interstate travel and commerce, running diagonally through the northern part of the state, including the city of Wilmington. I-95 is part of the national Interstate Highway System and is crucial for regional transportation in the Northeast.
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    Interstate 295 (I-295): A bypass highway that skirts around the city of Wilmington to the east and south. It provides an alternate route to I-95, particularly for traffic not wanting to pass through Wilmington’s downtown. I-295 crosses the Delaware River over the Delaware Memorial Bridge, connecting to New Jersey.
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    Interstate 495 (I-495): This is another auxiliary route of I-95, providing a bypass of Wilmington to the east. It also crosses the Christina River and offers views of the Delaware River, offering travelers a more scenic route. I-495 also serves the Port of Wilmington, an important maritime hub.
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    Interstate 695 (I-695): Proposed in the 1960s but never built, I-695 would have served as a short connector between I-95/I-495 and I-295 near the Delaware Memorial Bridge.

Titan Hauls Heavy Equipment Throughout Delaware and the North-Eastern United States

Titan is one of the top trucking companies in Delaware, with the knowledge and experience to handle all types of challenging and oversize loads.

Ports Served

  1. Port of Wilmington: The Port of Wilmington is Delaware’s largest port and one of the most significant maritime shipping centers in the Mid-Atlantic, serving a wide variety of cargo including food products, steel, and petrochemicals, with extensive trucking networks facilitating further distribution across the country.
  2. Delaware City Refinery Dock: This port is home to the Delaware City Refinery, a significant processor of crude oil products, with trucking playing a crucial role in transporting these products to their various destinations, notably the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States.
  3. Lewes Terminal: As part of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry operations, the Lewes Terminal functions not only as a maritime transportation hub, but also provides a strategic link for trucking, enabling the efficient transportation of goods and passengers between Delaware and New Jersey.
  4. Port Mahon: Port Mahon is mainly known for the transfer and shipping of oil and petroleum products, with trucking networks serving as a critical connection between the port and regional supply routes.
  5. Port Penn: Though smaller and less busy than some of Delaware’s other ports, Port Penn still plays a role in the local economy, with trucking helping to transport goods from the port to nearby businesses and communities.
  6. Port of New Castle: This port, part of the larger Port of Wilmington complex, is a critical link in Delaware’s logistics chain, with trucking ensuring efficient distribution of cargo from the port to locations throughout the region and beyond.
  7. Chesapeake and Delaware Canal: While not a traditional port, the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal serves as a crucial navigational route for shipping in Delaware, with associated port facilities and trucking services helping to facilitate cargo movement to and from ships traversing the canal.

Airports Served

Delaware is a small state with only one major airport, but it plays a significant role in facilitating air travel and transportation within the region.


  1. New Castle Airport (ILG): Located in New Castle, Delaware, it serves as a key transportation hub for commercial and private flights, offering a range of services and facilities to accommodate passengers and cargo.

In addition to airports, trucking is an essential component of Delaware’s transportation infrastructure, facilitating the movement of goods throughout the state and beyond. The trucking industry plays a crucial role in supporting commerce, trade, and economic growth, ensuring the efficient delivery of products and supplies to businesses and consumers across Delaware.

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Delaware Heavy Haul Trucking FAQ

What are the regulations for Delaware heavy haul transportation?

Regulations for Delaware heavy haul transportation are comprehensive and specific, ensuring the safe and efficient transport of oversized loads within the state’s borders. These regulations cover dimensions, weight, required permits, escort vehicles, as well as route restrictions and travel times. By strictly adhering to these rules, Delaware heavy haul transport services play a significant role in maintaining safety on public roads and highways, contributing to the overall well-being of the transport ecosystem.

What kind of permits are required for Delaware heavy haul?

Securing the appropriate permits is an essential part of conducting Delaware heavy haul operations. Depending on the size and weight of the load, different types of permits may be necessary, such as single trip, annual, or special haul permits. Professional heavy haul companies have extensive knowledge of the permit application process and requirements, ensuring every job meets regulatory standards and promotes the efficient, safe transport of goods.  Click here to see Delaware oversize permits

How are loads classified as heavy haul in Delaware?

The classification of loads as heavy haul in Delaware depends on specific weight and dimension criteria. Generally, a load is considered as heavy haul if it exceeds the standard legal size and weight limits defined by state regulations. The maximum legal limit for width is 8.6 feet, height is 13.6 feet, and length is 53 feet for semitrailers. Weight-wise, loads over 80,000 pounds are considered heavy haul. However, specific details may vary and require professional expertise to ensure compliance.  For more information, visit Delaware Department of Transportation.

What is the role of escort vehicles in Delaware heavy haul transport?

Escort or pilot vehicles play a pivotal role in Delaware heavy haul transportation, helping to ensure the safety of oversized loads on public roads. These vehicles guide heavy haul trucks through traffic, around obstacles, and inform the public of an approaching oversized load. They are equipped with special signs, lights, and flags to make the heavy haul convoy noticeable. The need for escort vehicles typically depends on the size and weight of the load, with specific rules outlined in state regulations.

What are the common routes for Delaware heavy haul transport?

Delaware heavy haul transport routes are meticulously planned to accommodate the size and weight of the load while also adhering to state regulations and restrictions. These routes aim to minimize disruption to regular traffic and maximize safety for all road users. Common routes may include interstates like I-95 and I-295 or state highways, depending on the starting and end points of the haul. The actual route is carefully selected considering several factors including load specifications, travel restrictions, and road conditions.


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