IOWA HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY HAULING

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Iowa Heavy Machinery Shipping Services

Titan Worldwide is your premier partner for shipping construction, mining, agriculture and heavy machinery nationwide, including Canada and Mexico. With decades of experience in the heavy haul sector, clients rely on our knowledge and expertise for each movement – because time is money and with your equipment on time you make more of it.

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Iowa Routes

Only three interstates exist in Iowa, including:

  • I-29 – parallels the Missouri River running north/south on the western edge of the state;
  • I-35 – runs north/south through Des Moines in the middle of the state, connecting Minnesota with Missouri;
  • I-80 – runs east/west through Des Moines across the lower half of the state, connecting Illinois with Nebraska.

U.S. DOT NUMBER

Who needs a U.S. DOT number and how to get one
Motor carriers operating commercial vehicles across state lines will find helpful information and assistance at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Online Registration and Compliance Assistant website.

Motor carriers who are domiciled in Iowa and operate in for-hire intrastate commerce within Iowa also need to obtain a USDOT-IA number. Intrastate for-hire carriers need to contact the Iowa DOT’s Office of Vehicle & Motor Carrier Services at 515-237-3268 for an application and assistance in obtaining intrastate operating authority and a USDOT-IA number.

A motor carrier who already has a USDOT number for interstate commerce will not be issued a second USDOT number, but must still obtain intrastate operating authority for loads transported within Iowa

TRAILER HITCH REQUIREMENTS

The Iowa Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement (MVE) is reporting an increase in questions related to safe and lawful trailer hitch attachment in Iowa. The majority of questions relate to whether you must remove the trailer hitch from your vehicle when a trailer is not attached. There is no Iowa law that requires a hitch be removed when a trailer is not in tow.

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Understanding your requirements and objectives is important to us. We listen and work together to create a truly successful supply chain.

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TWW hauls heavy equipment throughout Iowa and surrounding areas

TWW moves cargo to all ports in Iowa.
Ports Served

The state's ports handle ship mainly agricultural and machinery cargo. The busiest ports in the state include:

● Port of Burlington - inland port on the Mississippi River;
● Port of Keokuk - inland port on the Des Moines River;
● Port of Dubuque - inland port on the Mississippi River.

Airports Served

More than 80 general aviation airports, five primary airports and three non-primary airports. The busiest airports in Iowa include:

● Des Moines - international airport;
● Cedar Rapids - primary airport;
● Dubuque - primary airport;
● Sioux City - primary airport;
● Waterloo - primary airport.

Common Trailer Types Available From Titan Worldwide

TWW specializes hauling heavy construction equipment nationwide. Some of our common trailers for these services include the following:

RGN Transport Services | Titan Worldwide | (888) 500-8884

Removable Gooseneck RGN

Max Weight: 150,000+ lbs.
Main Deck Length 29 ft.
Well Width 8.5 ft.
Legal Height Limit 11.6 ft.

Step Deck Transport Services | Titan Worldwide | (888) 500-8884

Step Deck/Drop Deck

Max Weight: 48,000 lbs.
Max Length 53 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 11 ft.

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Flatbed

Max Weight: 48,000 lbs.
Max Length 53 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 8.5 ft.

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