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Wisconsin Heavy Equipment Transport
Titan Worldwide is your premier Wisconsin 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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Wisconsin Equipment Transport Routes
Five interstate highways traverse the state, including:
- I-39 – runs north/south in the eastern portion of the state, from Green Bay to I-90 near Janesville;
- I-41 – runs north/south in the eastern portion of the state, from Green Bay to Milwaukee;
- I-43 – runs north/south along Lake Michigan from Green Bay to Milwaukee, before heading southeast to I-90 near the state line;
- I-90 – goes diagonally southeast across the state, from Minnesota to Illinois;
- I-94 – travels diagonally southeast across the state, from Minnesota to Illinois.
Wisconsin DOT – Trucking/Commercial Vehicles for Heavy Machinery Shipping
From December 1 to May 1 every year, state highways in Wisconsin must withstand an extreme range of moisture and temperature conditions from -30 degrees Fahrenheit to +70 degrees Fahrenheit. These varying conditions affect the structural strength of the pavements and the base materials under the roadway.
Three distinct programs take advantage of the frozen pavement and sub-base conditions during the winter months and also protect pavement’s weak conditions during the springtime freezing and thawing period.
These three programs include:
- The frozen road declaration that is normally in effect from mid-December to late February or early March.
- The Class II roads – typically lasts from early March until the first or second week in May.
- The seasonal posted roads program normally from the second week in March until late April or early May.
Seasonal weights zone boundaries
All three of these programs apply only to the state highway system. Local county or township road maintenance authorities are responsible for determining when their roads are either frozen or thawing and whether sections should be posted for weight limitations. Questions related to weight restrictions on local or county roads should be referred to the maintaining authority for those roads. Regional transportation offices can be contacted to answer specific questions related to the state highway system in their region.
Permit types affected by one or more weight restrictions programs
- Divisible load permits AC, AG, FF, MI, PB, PS, RF or RS.
- Non-divisible load permits AA, AP, BH, BM, CM, CS, GG, II, MH, MP, SA, SB, SM, SS or ST.
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TWW hauls heavy equipment throughout Wisconsin and surrounding areas
TWW moves cargo to all ports in Wisconsin.
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:
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/Drop Deck
Max Weight: 48,000 lbs.
Max Length 53 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 11 ft.