This week’s load is a roll of belt 28 tonne, Perth to Gladstone.

 machinery transport, oversize transport

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machinery transport


Oversize machinery transport can be challenging. There are several factors to consider when you plan the transportation of oversize machinery.

First, look for a safe route. There may be routes that have low bridges or weigh-limited roads. Experienced oversize machinery transport drivers can be helpful. As Braun Transport has skills and knowledge of the roads and routes Australia wide, we can deliver the heavy equipment safely with no fuss.

Secondly, insurance is key. Your machinery’s insurance should cover it while it is being transported. Safety comes first, and any hazard or unexpected incident can happen. We promise to transport your equipment safely and on time, but no one wants to take the blame for any damage.

Last but not least, ensure to have scheduled your journey accordingly. We are capable of delivering before the deadline, but during busy times of the year such as holidays or lockdown periods, it is often recommended to be generous with the schedule.

Call us for an oversize machinery transport quote between states and cities. To avoid scheduling disappointment, we recommend that you book interstate machinery or equipment transport 1-3 weeks prior to the desired pick-up dates.