Heavy Haul Brokers serving US and Canada Specializing In Heavy Loads of 80,000 lbs and UP Over Dimensional Fill out the form below get a quote NOW !!
Any company can give you a specialized hauling quote but does that company know what's required to complete your haul? Some trucking companies do not obtain proper licenses to go from state to state making them limited to in-state hauls causing major delays. At Super Heavy Haulers we personally verify all licensing and route to be sure your haul is done expertly,timely and professionally. Fill out the form below and let the real professionals make your haul complete. Have confidence knowing Super Heavy Haulers will provide committed customer care in meeting your heavy haul needs.
Some consumers feel using a broker adds costs to their overall project however using Super Heavy Haulers saves you money. The financial benefit to you is very significant when using our company. We assure the best rates available due to our many years of successful Heavy Hauling with our Specialized Heavy Haul brokers. We are able to to confirm you will not incur hidden charges, fees or surcharges. Super Heavy Haulers only receives payment once your Super Heavy Haul is loaded, secured and delivered successfully giving us every incentive to work diligently, efficiently and timely for your Super Heavy Hauling needs.
Heavy Haul Brokers
Does the idea of negotiating with heavy haul carriers make you cringe? Do you worry about signing a contract with a business that then fails to live up to your expectations and deadlines? Working with heavy haul brokers takes these worries out of the transaction. In fact, the professionals act as your business insider consultants who have your best interests at heart. When you are not a regular with respect to commissioning heavy hauls across the country, you owe it to your peace of mind to give heavy haul brokers another look.
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Provide General Information Services
Heavy haul brokers work with clients to ensure a thorough understanding of the process. For many clients, the setup of heavy hauls is an occasional event. For the first-time client, it can seem overwhelming. A broker explains the process, defines the terms and helps clients to understand that the direct route – although cheaper – is not always a possible way. When low bridges and narrow turns are part of the direct route, it can be necessary to pay extra for a detour. That said, knowledgeable heavy haul brokers also work with clients to save money. This can be as simple as delaying a haul for a couple of days to cash in on the slow times of the month when mileage is cheaper.
Make Sense of the Heavy Haul Broker Permitting Process
When carriers transport heavy loads across state lines, each state has a different set of rules with respect to permits. For example, the State of California issues oversize permits that are good for five days. There are rush hour restrictions on travel for loads exceeding a width of ten feet in and around San Francisco, Los Angeles and other main hubs. When a load goes beyond 120 feet in length, one escort is required.
The State of Illinois also issues five-day permits. Restrictions in this state affect Cook County and other areas between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. When a load is longer than 110 feet, but not as long as 145 feet, one escort is needed. At 145 feet in length, there is a need for three escorts. Other states have their own rules. Not surprisingly, the permitting process is a source of immense frustration since it presents a narrow transportation window and copious limitations. Heavy haul brokers help you to make sense of this information and explain how it affects the project’s overall cost.
Answer Equipment Questions
It is easy to get confused when talking to carriers about the needed equipment. The heaviest loads require 19-axle rigs. This is a common bit of wisdom. Yet the latest 13-axle setups come with new technology that makes them suitable for hauling some loads that in the past relied on the 19-axle trailer. Well-informed heavy haul brokers work with you to find the right equipment that suits your needs. For example, double drop and step deck trailers give you some leeway when height of the load is a problem. Working with the professional ensures that you pay for the equipment you need.
Make Sense of the Dimensions
Getting quotes from carriers puts the responsibility of accurately measuring the dimensions of the load on you. If you have never done this before, the services of heavy haul brokers can be instrumental in putting together the right figures. Remember, make a mistake here, and you are paying not just for the return of the wrong equipment but also for a complete re-mapping and potentially also a re-permitting process.
For instance, did you know that dimensions of the load must be provided to the carrier in the order of length, total width, height and then weight? That said, some companies may have a different order. Asking ahead of time what the right dimensional submission policy is makes sense. Yet if you had not discussed this issue with a professional, would you have known this?
Disclose the Need for Ancillaries
Heavy haul brokers know the rules about escorts and that there are times when you need to get a police escort in addition to the escort vehicles you are already paying for. To you, it is yet another line item for the project. To the carrier, it is a matter of meeting the legal requirements for doing business in the state. Trust heavy haul brokers to help you understand the additional costs that you have to pay and the costs for items that are junk fees and could be negotiated.
Unless you are absolutely certain that you can handle the project from start to finish by yourself and get the most favorable rate quote, think about enlisting the services of heavy haul brokers to level the playing field and save you money.