Forklift Shipping Services

Forklifts are heavy, especially the models used at construction sites. Fortunately, our expertise in hauling unwieldy and heavy equipment means we’re the perfect choice for handling the logistics of your forklift hauling needs. We can help you get your construction equipment to and from your site quickly and reliably.

Expertise in Heavy Equipment Transport - Safe and Secure Forklift Hauling

Many construction tasks require forklifts, whether you’re moving heavy materials around the site with a rough terrain forklift or raising them to height with a telehandler. Without this important equipment, construction would slow down or even stop completely. Making sure you have your forklifts on site in a timely manner is crucial to completing your project within budget.

  • Experienced in handling heavy and unwieldy equipment
  • Reliable and timely transportation of forklifts to and from construction sites
  • Customized solutions tailored to your specific requirements
  • Expertise in compliance with safety regulations and requirements
  • Access to a network of trusted carriers and specialized trailers for secure transport.

At Next Exit Logistics, we assist with the shipment of bulky construction equipment all the time. We routinely transport scissor lifts and forklifts for equipment rental companies.

Our expertise with cranes, bulldozers, excavators, and other unwieldy items means we’re fully qualified to handle forklift shipping as well. We’re also certified by multiple federal and state agencies, so we’re a name you can trust when it comes to your forklift hauling needs.

Contact Us for All Your Forklift Shipping Needs

Need a forklift on site ASAP? Check out our past industrial projects, or contact us for a free quote.

Forklift Hauling FAQs

Trailer options for transporting a forklift include flatbed, lowboy, step deck, and tilt deck trailers. The type of trailer used depends on factors such as the weight and dimensions of the forklift, the distance of transport, and any specific needs for loading and unloading.

The weight of a standard forklift can vary widely, depending on factors such as the model, fuel type, and lifting capacity. However, a common weight range for a standard forklift is between 3,000 to 8,000 pounds

It is possible for a forklift to fit in a shipping container, but it depends on the size of the container and the dimensions of the forklift. Standard shipping containers are typically 20 or 40 feet long, with internal dimensions of approximately 7'8" high and 7'9" wide. If the forklift can fit within these dimensions, it can be shipped in a container. However, if the forklift is too large or heavy for a container, it may need to be transported on a flatbed or other specialized trailer

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