Your customers rely on you to provide them with high-quality construction equipment — whether it's going to a dealership or a job site. And if your construction equipment transportation provider shows up with damaged goods, it'll not only upset your customers — it'll set them back.
It's frustrating that the condition your equipment shows up in is out of your control.
That’s why you need a transportation partner that takes as much pride in delivering your construction equipment safely, on time and ready to work.
Get the equipment variety you need to haul whatever type of freight you need to be moved with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS) — whether it’s building materials, parts or finished products. Your driver and service teams will also have the construction equipment shipping expertise to haul it with care.
It’s a lot of work trying to find quality carriers in the same region as your project that offer the transportation solutions you need. It’s even more work trying to find one to manage your enclosed van logistics or be the specialized flatbed carrier that can effortlessly manage your finished construction equipment shipping.
Why is it so hard to find a reliable carrier that can do it all?
Let ATS manage all of your construction transportation needs from start to finish with assets spread throughout North America — including drop-trailer services for preloading when it’s most convenient for you.
When it comes time to move your construction equipment, it's vital that it's done right to avoid damage and delays. To help make sure things are being done the right way, here are some of the most common questions we get about construction transportation.
Here are seven common issues shippers run into when moving their construction equipment and some tips for avoiding them!
What does route planning entail when shipping heavy items, and what factors matter most? Here’s what you need to know to choose the best shipping partner.