Texas Heavy Haul &
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Partner With an Experienced Texas Heavy Haul Trucking Company

Titan Worldwide is your premier partner for the specialized transportation of agriculture, mining, construction equipment, and other heavy hauling in the Lonestar State. With decades of experience carrying challenging loads in the heavy freight hauling sector, our Texas customers have come to rely on our industry knowledge and expertise.

Contact us today for a free quote! Our team will put in the hard work to provide a competitive price, arrange all the logistics, find a driver with expertise in heavy equipment transport, and support your shipment until it is delivered. We built our business on reliable, specialized services, so let us serve your heavy-haul load needs!

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Our Texas Trucking Routes

We operate on all four interstate roadways in the state:
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    I-2 – Short east/west highway in the southeast corner of the state, from McAllen to Brownsville
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    I-10 – runs east/west across the southern part of the state, from New Mexico to Louisiana

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    I-20 – runs east/west across the middle of the state, from I-10 through Fort Worth and Dallas, into Louisiana
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    I-27 – runs north/south in the northwestern part of the state, from Amarillo to Lubbock
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    I-30 – goes east/west in the northeastern part of the state, from Amarillo to Arkansas
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    I-35 – runs north/south in the eastern part of the state, from Oklahoma to Mexico
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    I-37 – travels north/south in the southern part of the state, from San Antonio to Corpus Christi
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    I-40 – cuts east/west across the northern tip of the state, from New Mexico to Oklahoma
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    I-45 – runs north/south in the eastern part of the state, from Dallas to Houston

Titan Hauls Heavy Equipment Throughout Texas and The Southwest

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

Ports Served

Titan Worldwide has experience hauling heavy equipment throughout Texas, including to the various ports in the state. The Port of Houston handles most of the international commerce in the country. Other busy ports include the Port of Galveston and the Port of Port Arthur.

Airports Served

Our team also has experience dealing with over 160 airports in the state. This includes nearly 70 general aviation airports and countless international airports. The airports we typically partner with include Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio.

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.

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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Texas Locations

Below is a list of popular Texas cities we ship heavy equipment to/from

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Tailored transport solutions to meet your needs

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Texas Heavy Haul Trucking FAQ

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

The driver of an oversize load or wide load needs to obtain a permit from the state of Texas. Superload carriers will also need special permits, plans, and escorts

Oversized loads are freight that weighs more than the legal criteria within a state. This includes the height, length, and width of a load. Moving heavy and oversized equipment requires specialized equipment and trailers. You’ll also need specific permits issued by the state of Texas.

Texas also has specific times of the day when an oversized load can be operated, starting at half an hour before sunrise to half an hour after sunset. A legal rear and front overhang can travel at night, but only on the interstates.

When you work with Titan for your heavy-haul transportation services, our truck drivers will take care of all the permitting needs required to ship your load through Texas, as well as any other states the shipment will be transported through. That means no delays, no fines, and no hassle for our clients!

What's considered an oversized load in Texas?

The standard legal dimensions of a semi-trailer in Texas are 59 feet, with a maximum weight not to exceed 80,000 pounds. Loads exceeding these dimensions are considered oversized and require a permit. 

Long loads that exceed 125 feet will require a Super Load permit. Routes for Super Loads must be planned in cooperation with the state’s Department of Transportation.

Oversized permits in Texas last for three to five days. Permits need to be applied for and received before traveling through the state. 

Our team will handle all of the work to obtain permits and coordinate the best route with the state.

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

Escort requirements are determined by the final size of your shipment. Signs are only required on escort vehicles. Red flags should be placed at all extremities.

If oversized loads are traveling on Texas highways, an escort is required for lengths over 109′, width over 14′, height over 17′, or an overhang more than 20′. If the load is over two dimensions that require escort, then 2 escorts will be required.

Our team 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, whether through the southwestern states, Mexico, or all the way to Canada.

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

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 cargo. 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 goods for heavy equipment for oilfield, construction, and agriculture industries throughout Texas and across the country. Our solutions, resources, and trucking equipment are tailored to the specific needs of each job.

For example, a common option is our flatbed trailer, with a maximum weight of 48,000 pounds.

For extremely heavy loads, we’ll typically utilize our removable gooseneck RGN trailer. The maximum weight of this trailer is over 150,000 pounds. This option is ideal for very heavy and large items that can’t get transported inside a trailer.

From goosenecks to lowboy trailers, our company has the appropriate equipment to handle all types of hauling jobs safely and professionally.

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