Pennsylvania To Oregon Heavy Haulers Equipment Transport Service

Freedom Heavy Haul ships heavy equipment from Pennsylvania to Oregon. Trust us to provide you with all the information you need to make your Pennsylvania to Oregon transport decisions. Our knowledgeable heavy-haul agents have years of experience arranging and shepherding heavy-equipment transport to successful conclusions. Our logistics professionals can put a hassle free hauling experience within reach.

We provide our heavy haul customers with a high level of communication. If you have questions while your equipment is in transit, we provide a transport agent who can answer all your questions. You’ll get regular status updates during the shipping process. We’ll also confirm with you as soon as your transport is complete. Your agent is reliable, trustworthy and hard working. When you need your heavy equipment delivered on-time with no hassles, call Freedom Heavy Haul.

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Pennsylvania Shipping FAQs

Hire Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment between Pennsylvania and any other state in the union. Surprisingly, the state is only the 33rd largest in the nation in square miles. It ranks fifth in population, though. The fourth largest food processing state, Pennsylvania ranks first among producers of chocolates, snack foods and animal foods. The state has more than 70,000 truck drivers. Pennsylvania is the only state with a deep-water port, an inland port and a port on one of the Great Lakes. The state maintains four ports, including one on the Atlantic Ocean and one on Lake Erie:

  • Port of Chester;
  • Port of Erie;
  • Port of Philadelphia;
  • Port of Pittsburgh.

What Are Pennsylvania's Major Cities And Roadways?

Pennsylvania is nearly 280 miles long and only 170 miles wide.  Pennsylvania has more than 120,000 miles of roadways, including nearly 2,000 miles of interstate. I-80 runs east/west across the middle of the state, between New Jersey and Ohio. I-75 runs diagonally between New Jersey and Virginia in the southeast portion of the state. I-81 runs north/south in eastern Pennsylvania, while I-79 travels north/south in the western portion of the state.

With more than 1 1/2 million people, Philadelphia is by far the largest city in Pennsylvania. The second largest city in the state, Pittsburgh, has a little more than 300,000 residents. Valencia, which more than doubled in population between 2010 and 2018, is the fastest growing large city in the state. The 10 largest cities in Pennsylvania are:

  1. Philadelphia;
  2. Pittsburg;
  3. Allentown;
  4. Erie;
  5. Reading;
  6. Scranton;
  7. Bethlehem;
  8. Lancaster;
  9. Levittown;
  10. Harrisburg.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In Pennsylvania?

Non-divisible loads that exceed the state’s legal restrictions for weight, height, width and length must apply for oversize permits to travel in Pennsylvania. The dimensional maximums established by the state are roughly the same as most other states, including those in the northeast and midwest. Some roads are restricted to 8-feet in height.

Dimensional restrictions in the state of Pennsylvania include:

Maximum weight: 80,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW);

Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Pennsylvania's Length Restrictions?

Pennsylvania, a big trucking state, allows a little bit longer loads on interstates and four-lane roads than most states. On undivided roads, the maximum length is 60 feet. You’re allowed a six-foot overhang in the rear and a four-foot overhang in the front.

Trailer length maximums in Pennsylvania include:

Total length: 70 feet;

Trailer length: 53 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In Pennsylvania?

Permits to transport oversize loads in Pennsylvania can be obtained from the state Department of Transportation. The transport of loads that exceed the state’s dimensional maximums is restricted to between sunrise and sunset on weekdays. Oversize loads can be shipped from sunrise until noon on Saturday. Sundays and major holidays are blacked out.

You’ll need 7-foot-long banners with 18-inch letters displayed on the front and back of the transport vehicle. Red or orange flags must be attached to all four corners of the transport vehicle. The maximum dimensions allowed to qualify as an oversize load in Pennsylvania include:

Maximum Weight:  200,000 pounds;

Maximum Length: 160 feet total;

Maximum Height: 16 feet;

Maximum Width: 16 feet.

What Are Pennsylvania's Major Auction Houses?

Turn to Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your equipment to or from any auction house in Pennsylvania. Richie Brothers maintains multiple offices in the state, including one in Sinking Spring outside of Philadelphia. Hess Auction Group also has a number of locations in the state, and J.J. Kane has an office in Plymouth Meeting. Yoder & Frey is located in Darlington ad Alex Lyons & Sons can be found in Lebanon.

Other popular equipment auction houses in Pennsylvania include:

  • Fraley Auction, Muncy;
  • Hunyady Auctions, Hatfield;
  • Marion Auction, Chambersburg;
  • McGrew Equipment, Seven Valleys;
  • Porter Auction Group, Downingtown;
  • Quarrick Equipment and Auction, Uniontown;
  • Shetron Auction, Shippensburg;
  • Wohlgemuth Auction, Leoia.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Pennsylvania?

Contact Freedom Heavy Haul about transporting your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in Pennsylvania. Sunbelt Rentals has nearly 20 stores in Pennsylvania, including five each in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas. Likewise, United Rentals has almost 20 stores spread throughout the state, with a trench-safety location in Quakertown.

Other major equipment rental centers in Pennsylvania include:

  • A&R Rental Center, York;
  • Ahern Rentals, Eddystone;
  • Anderson Equipment, Bridgeville;
  • Best Line Equipment, State College;
  • General Rental Center, Cranberry Township;
  • Major Rental Center, Butler;
  • Priority Equipment Rental, Imperial;
  • Stahl’s Rental Center, Harrisburg.

Oregon Shipping FAQs

Choose Freedom Heavy Haul to haul your heavy equipment between Oregon and any other state in the union. Oregon is experiencing its largest influx of new residents since the 1990’s. Almost 90% of the state’s recent growth comes from people migrating into the state. As a result, nearly 100,000 people are employed in the construction industry in Oregon, an all-time high. The industry is expected to expand its workforce in the state by more than 15% through 2027. The expansion of the construction industry in Oregon has led to a great need for the transportation of heavy construction equipment. Agriculture is big in Oregon. The state is one of the nation’s leading producer of fruits and vegetables, including berries, pears, green beans and onions. Greenhouse and nursery products are the most valuable agricultural product produced in the state. Likewise, Oregon is one of the nation’s most important timber producers. The top Christmas-tree producing state in the nation, Oregon also harvests Douglas fir and ponderosa pine. The steady increase in farming in the state has led to a large need for shipping heavy farm equipment, as well as transporting heavy logging machinery. Oregon features eight ports, including six on the Columbia River:

  • Port of Arlington;
  • Port of Astoria;
  • Port of Coos Bay;
  • Port of Morrow;
  • Port of Newport;
  • Port of Portland;
  • Port of St. Helens;
  • Port of The Dalles.

What Are Oregon's Major Cities And Roadways?

Oregon has the 9th most acreage of any state in the country. At 360 miles long and 400 miles wide, the state is nearly square. Overall, the state operates more than 140,000 miles of highway. The state’s three interstates provide only 700 miles of roadway in Oregon. I-5, running north/south through Portland and Salem, links Washington with California in the east. In the north, I-84 runs east/west between Portland and Idaho. I-82 connects with I-84 from Washington.

Oregon is the 27th largest state by population in the US. Portland, which has more than residents, is three times larger than any other city in the state. Happy Valley, a suburb of Portland, was the fastest growing city in Oregon in 2017. The 10 largest cities in Oregon are:

  1. Portland;
  2. Salem;
  3. Eugene;
  4. Gresham;
  5. Hillsboro;
  6. Beaverton;
  7. Bend;
  8. Medford;
  9. Corvallis;
  10. Albany.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In Oregon?

Heavy equipment shipments that exceed the maximum dimensions established by the state must obtain oversize permits to use the roads in Oregon. Single axels must weigh 20,000 pounds or less, and tandem axels are restricted to 34,000 pounds or less.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of Oregon include:

Maximum weight: 80,000 Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW);

Maximum height: 14 feet;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Oregon's Length Restrictions?

Overall length restrictions in Oregon are more restrictive than rules in other southern states. Though there’s no overall length limit on designated routes, the state’s total length limit of 60-feet on Group 1 routes is less than most states permit.

Trailer length maximums in Oregon include:

Total length: 60 feet;

Trailer length: 53 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In Oregon?

Oversize permits to ship heavy equipment in Oregon can be purchased from the state Department of Transportation. Permitted oversize loads are allowed to travel from ½-hour before sunrise until ½-hour after sunset between Labor Day and Memorial Day. Sunday travel, as well as movement after noon on Saturday, is prohibited between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Morning and evening rush hours are restricted in Salem, Eugene, Grants Pass and Medford.

Oversize shipments that exceed dimensional regulations must apply for Super Load permits. The maximum oversize dimensions that Oregon allows include:

Maximum Weight:  110,00 pounds;

Maximum Length:  105 feet total;

Maximum Height:  17 feet;

Maximum Width:   16 feet.

What Are Oregon's Major Auction Houses?

Ask Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in Oregon. Bar None Auction holds a monthly equipment auction in Portland.

Other prominent equipment auction houses in Oregon include:

  • I-5 Auctions, Sutherlin;
  • Auction Sales, The Dalles;
  • CIA, Portland;
  • Stout Auctions, Portland;
  • McLaren Auction Services, Aurora;
  • Pacific Industrial Auctions, Eugene;
  • Rogue Equipment, Medford;
  • Woodburn Auction Yard, Woodburn.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Oregon?

Call Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in Oregon. United Rentals, the largest rental chain in the nations, has more than a dozen rental locations in the state. Nationwide competitor Sunbelt Rentals operates nearly 10 stores in Oregon. Peterson CAT runs rental centers in The Dalles.

Other independent equipment rental centers in Oregon include:

  • Ahearn Rentals, Eugene;
  • Bullet Rental, Medford;
  • Graddy’s Equipment, Central Point;
  • Oregon Tractor, Portland;
  • Pioneer Rental, Oregon City;
  • RDO Equipment, Portland;
  • Star Rentals, Portland and Salem;
  • Wilson Equipment, Central Point.

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Do you have heavy equipment, farm machinery, or construction equipment that you need to transport safely? We can help you choose the right trailer for your needs Whether it’s a flatbed trailer, a step-deck trailer, or an RGN trailer you need, we have the expert knowledge to guide you.

If you need it shipped, our heavy haul carriers can take care of you. Regardless of the type of equipment. Disaster recovery? Oversize transport? No problem! Our turnkey transport service will leave you with peace of mind. Your valuable heavy equipment needs a professional plan and execution. Our logistics experts are the team for the job.

Dump truck? Excavator? Bulldozer? We got you covered. We have extensive experience shipping heavy construction equipment too. Our carriers also ship smaller equipment as well. If you have equipment you need transported, let Freedom Heavy Haul provide you with a free, no obligation quote. Call us today. What do you have to lose?

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