FLORIDA HEAVY
EQUIPMENT AND
MACHINERY
HAULING

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Florida 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.

Drop us a line to chat about your next shipment to or from Florida.

OUR FLORIDA HAULING ROUTES

We operate on all four interstate roadways in the state:
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       I-4 runs east/west across the middle of the state,
       between Tampa and Daytona Beach
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      1-10 runs runs east/west across the top of the state
      Alabama to Jacksonville
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      1-75 runs travels north/south from the top of the state
     to Naples, before heading east to Miami
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      1-95 runs travels north/south down the east coast of Florida to   Miami

Hauling Heavy Equipment Throughout
Florida and Surrounding Areas

Titan moves cargo to and from all ports in Florida

Ports

With more than a dozen ports on either the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean, Florida is one of the most important shipping states in the nation. FL ports include:

● Jaxport – Atlantic Ocean port on the Jacksonville River;
● Port Miami – Atlantic Ocean port on the Miami River;
● Port Everglades – Atlantic Ocean port;
● Port Canaveral – Atlantic Ocean port;
● Port of Palm Beach – Atlantic Ocean port;
● Port of Fort Pierce – Atlantic Ocean port;
● Port of Fernandina – Atlantic Ocean port;
● Port of Key West – Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico port;
● Port of Tampa Bay – Gulf of Mexico port;
● Port of St. Petersburg – Gulf of Mexico port;
● Port of Port St. Joe – Gulf of Mexico port;
● Port of Pensacola – Gulf of Mexico port;
● Port Panama City – Gulf of Mexico port;
● Port Manatee – Gulf of Mexico port.

Airports Served

Florida has more than 120 airports, including nearly 60 general aviation airports and more than a dozen international airports. The busiest airports in Florida are located as follows:

● Orlando – international airport;
● Miami – international airport;
● Fort Lauderdale – international airport;
● Tampa – international airport;
● Fort Myers – international airport;
● West Palm Beach – international airport;
● St. Petersburg – international airport;
● Sanford – international airport;
● Daytona Beach – international airport;
● Key West – international airport;
● Melbourne – international airport;
● Pensacola – international airport;
● Sarasota – international airport;
● Tallahassee – international airport.

Types of Freight We Ship

AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY DC

We haul to/from all US States!

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Some of Our Heavy Haul
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Florida Heavy Hauling FAQ & Information

General Information

Most standard freight trailers can sustain 30,000 lbs with double 15,000 lb heavy duty axles. To handle 80,000 lbs or more requires heavy-duty tri-axle trailers with a low ground clearance for height constraints.

Some of our common types of trailer types include:

Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN):

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

Step Deck Trailer/Drop Deck

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

Flatbed Trailer

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

Additional equipment options include mega ramps, jeeps, dollys, and more, depending on the freight.

Enforcement of Rules and Regulations

Most standard freight trailers can sustain 30,000 lbs with double 15,000 lb heavy duty axles. To handle 80,000 lbs or more requires heavy-duty tri-axle trailers with a low ground clearance for height constraints.

Some of our common types of trailer types include:

Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN):

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

Step Deck Trailer/Drop Deck

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

Flatbed Trailer

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

Additional equipment options include mega ramps, jeeps, dollys, and more, depending on the freight.

New Entrant Safety Audits and Compliance Reviews

Most standard freight trailers can sustain 30,000 lbs with double 15,000 lb heavy duty axles. To handle 80,000 lbs or more requires heavy-duty tri-axle trailers with a low ground clearance for height constraints.

Some of our common types of trailer types include:

Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN):

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

Step Deck Trailer/Drop Deck

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

Flatbed Trailer

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

Additional equipment options include mega ramps, jeeps, dollys, and more, depending on the freight.

Enforcement of Rules and Regulations

Most standard freight trailers can sustain 30,000 lbs with double 15,000 lb heavy duty axles. To handle 80,000 lbs or more requires heavy-duty tri-axle trailers with a low ground clearance for height constraints.

Some of our common types of trailer types include:

Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN):

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

Step Deck Trailer/Drop Deck

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

Flatbed Trailer

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

Additional equipment options include mega ramps, jeeps, dollys, and more, depending on the freight.

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