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Texas Heavy Equipment Transport

Titan Worldwide is your premier Texas equipment transport partner – 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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Texas Equipment Transport Routes

The major interstates in Texas include:

  • I-2 – short east/west highway in the southeast corner of the state, from McAllen to Brownsville;
  • I-10 – runs east/west across the southern part of the state, from New Mexico to Louisiana;
  • I-20 – runs east/west across the middle of the state, from I-10 into Louisiana;
  • I-27 – runs north/south in the northwestern part of the state, from Amarillo to Lubbock;
  • I-30 – goes east/west in the northeastern part of the state, from Amarillo to Arkansas;
  • I-35 – runs north/south in the eastern part of the state, from Oklahoma to Mexico;
  • I-37 – travels north/south in the southern part of the state, from San Antonio to Corpus Christi;
  • I-40 – cuts east/west across the northern tip of the state, from New Mexico to Oklahoma;
  • I-45 – runs north/south in the eastern part of the state, from Dallas to Houston.

Texas DOT – Trucking/Commercial Vehicles for Heavy Machinery Shipping

Trucking is big business in Texas. Safety is a primary concern for TxDOT with regard to commercial trucking traffic on Texas roadways. We work with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) and the U.S. Department of Transportation to oversee the state trucking industry.

Carriers can contact the TxDMV for information on motor carrier registration, oversize and overweight load permits, or other questions.

Overhead Obstruction Awareness

Utility lines, traffic signals and overhead sign boards on the state highway system are hung

Information:     at heights that normally are not an obstacle except for vehicles that are overheight. Motor carriers may hit these overhead obstructions, causing damage to their vehicle and load, and destruction of the lines, signs and poles holding them. The permit holder may be held liable for the cost if utility crews or other entities must repair damage.

Permit holders are responsible for ensuring that their vehicle and load can clear all overhead obstructions along their permitted route. Vehicles and loads in excess of 17 feet high must have a front escort with a height pole as an added precaution. In addition, special conditions are often listed on permits requiring the permit holder to contact particular entities prior to movement through certain areas.

When utility lines, traffic signals or overhead sign boards are damaged repeatedly in a particular area, restrictions may be added to that area prohibiting travel for overheight loads. By exercising precaution and acting responsibly, damage to overhead obstructions and  travel restrictions can be prevented.

When overhead signs, lights, or lines must be moved for an oversize load to pass through an area, the permittee is responsible for arranging clearance for the load. The permittee must contact, in advance, all utility companies or other entities to assist in clearing the overhead obstruction(s).

Utility Lines:

For a list of utility companies and their contact information, visit the Public Utility Commission of Texas website: http://www.puc.texas.gov/industry/electric/directories/

Traffic Signals and Overhead Sign Boards:

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) should be contacted for assistance with moving traffic signals and overhead sign boards.

For TxDOT contact information, visit the TxDMV website at the following link and select the appropriate district. The contact information for that TxDOT District Office will be listed at the top of the page. http://www.txdmv.gov/motorcarriers/permit­ restrictions

Additional TxDOT contact information may be found at http://www.txdot.gov/inside­ txdot/district.htmI.

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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 Texas and surrounding areas

TWW moves cargo to all ports in Texas.
Ports Served

Texas is the leading export state in the nation. Port of Houston handles the most international commerce in the nation. The busiest ports in Texas include:

● Port of Houston - Gulf of Mexico port on Gulf Waterway;

● Port of Port Arthur - Gulf of Mexico port Gulf Waterway;
● Port of Galveston - Gulf of Mexico port on Galveston Bay;
● Port of Texas City - Gulf of Mexico port on Galveston Bay;

● Port of Brownsville - Gulf of Mexico port on Rio Grande River;
● Port of Corpus Christi - Gulf of Mex. port on Corpus Christi Bay;
● Port of Bay City - inland port on Colorado River;

● Port of Orange - inland port on the Sabine River;
● Port of Beaumont - inland port on Neches River;
● Port of Atreco - inland port on Neches River.

Airports Served

Texas supports more than 160 airports, including nearly 70 general aviation airports and more than a dozen international airports. The busiest airports in Texas include:

● Dallas - two airports, including one international airport;
● Houston - two airports, including one international airport;
● Austin - international airport;
● San Antonio - international airport;

● El Paso - international airport;
● Lubbock - international airport;
● Midland - primary airport;

● McAllen - international airport;
● Amarillo - international airport;
● Harlingen - international 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:

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Removable Gooseneck RGN

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

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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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