Heavy Equipment Hauling

Heavy Equipment Hauling Detroit

Heavy hauling company, U Win Towing provides heavy equipment hauling and machinery hauling services in Warren MI and Macomb & St Clair Counties, including Sterling Heights to Port Huron, Port Huron, I-69, I-94 & MI-53. With six locations (Warren, Port Huron, Rochester Hills, Clinton Twp, Frasier and Sterling Heights, MI) and several heavy hauling trailers, we are honored to be the “go to” heavy trucking company for many national companies. We offer scheduled and immediate hauling of all heavy cargo including heavy equipment hauling and heavy load hauling. Contact our 24hr dispatch center now at 586-790-5541 to get U Win Towing’s Heavy Hauling Team working hard for you.

Our Heavy Hauling and Heavy Trucking services include:

  • Construction Equipment Hauling
  • Farm Machinery Hauling
  • Structural Steel
  • Crane Hauling
  • Excavator Hauling
  • Drill Rig Hauling
  • Composite Tooling
  • Plant Machinery
  • Electronic Equipment
  • Tank Hauling
  • Bull Dozer Hauling
  • Heavy Fork Lifts
  • Boom Lift Hauling
  • Back Hoe Tractors
  • Heavy Equipment Hauling
  • Tractor Hauling
  • Fire Truck Hauling
  • Heavy Load Hauling
  • Scissor Lifts
  • Landoll Service

If you're looking to avoid the costs associated with owning and maintaining trucks to haul equipment that may not move frequently, consider partnering with U Win Towing to be your preferred equipment hauling partner. We can work from your schedule or provide immediate hauling as needed. Call U Win Towing now at 586-790-5541 to learn about our hauling capabilities.

Construction Equipment Hauling

Equipment Hauling Warren, MI

U Win Towing provides heavy construction equipment hauling and tractor hauling services in Macomb & St Clair Cos. and throughout our service area. Our team is experienced in loading, securing and hauling all types of construction equipment, tractors, trailer and attachments from multi-unit small tractor hauls to oversized heavy equipment hauling.

Our fast and affordable services provide a virtual transportation department for many clients saving them time and money. To ensure the highest quality of customer service, we have dispatchers available to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day out of the year. For all your emergency heavy hauling needs, we will provide you with reliable service you can trust at prices you can afford. Contact our 24hr dispatch center now at 586-790-5541 to get U Win Towing working hard for you.

Heavy Duty Towing Service Area

U Win Towing provides 24hr heavy duty wrecker and recovery services throughout Macomb and St Clair Counties in Michigan including the cities and townships listed below. They also provide complete towing and recovery services to all area highways.

  • Armada
  • Armada Township
  • Berlin Township
  • Brockway Township
  • Bruce Township
  • Burtchville Township
  • Capac
  • Casco Township
  • Center Line
  • Charter townships
  • Chesterfield Charter Township
  • China Charter Township
  • Civil townships
  • Clay Township
  • Clinton Charter Township
  • Clyde Township
  • Columbus Township
  • Cottrellville Township
  • East China Charter Township
  • Eastpointe
  • Emmett
  • Emmett Township
  • Fort Gratiot Charter Township
  • Fraser
  • Grant Township
  • Greenwood Township
  • Grosse Pointe Shores
  • Harrison Charter Township
  • Ira Township
  • Kenockee Township
  • Kimball Township
  • Lenox Township
  • lgonac
  • Lynn Township
  • Macomb Township
  • Marine City
  • Marysville
  • Memphis, MI
  • Mount Clemens
  • Mussey Township
  • New Baltimore
  • New Haven
  • Port Huron
  • Port Huron Charter Township
  • Ray Township
  • Richmond
  • Richmond Township
  • Richmond, MI
  • Riley Township
  • Romeo
  • Roseville
  • Shelby Charter Township
  • St. Clair
  • St. Clair Shores
  • St. Clair Township
  • Sterling Heights
  • Utica
  • Villages
  • Warren
  • Washington Charter Township
  • Yale

I-69 enters the county from the west, coming from Lansing and Flint, terminating at the approach to the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron. (Once fully completed, the mainline of I-69 will span from Brownsville, Texas to Port Huron, Michigan.)

I-94 enters St. Clair County from the southwest, having traversed the entire Metro Detroit region, and terminates at the approach to the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron. On the Canadian side of the border, in Sarnia, Ontario, the route heads easterly designated as Highway 402. I-94 (Edsel Ford Freeway) runs –west through Detroit and serves Ann Arbor to the west (where it continues to Chicago) and Port Huron to the northeast.

I-696 (Walter Reuther Freeway) runs east-west from the junction of I-96, I-275, and M-5 to I-94, providing a route through the northern suburbs of Detroit.

BL I-69

BL I-94

M-19 starts in New Haven goes up Gratiot to Richmond. The route leaves Gratiot and goes northwest through Richmond and then north through Memphis. Then it goes north through St. Clair and Sanilac Counties and ends at M-142 between Bad Axe and Harbor Beach in Huron County.

M-25 follows the Lake Huron–Saginaw Bay shoreline, beginning in Bay City and ending at a junction with |I-94/|I-69, and BL I-94/BL I-69 on the north side of Port Huron.

M-29 begins as part of 23 Mile Road, east of I-94 and ends in Marysville.

M-3 (Gratiot Avenue) is a major road that runs from Marysville to downtown Detroit. The portion of the road between 23 Mile Road and New Haven Road is not numbered. Between New Haven Road and Main Street in the city of Richmond the road is part of M-19. Between Richmond and Marysville the road is not numbered.

M-53 which is called the Van Dyke Freeway and Christopher Columbus Freeway from 18 Mile Road in Sterling Heights to 27 1⁄2 Mile Road in Washington Township. It is also called the POW/MIA Memorial Freeway from 27 1⁄2 Mile Road in Washington Township to the freeway's end at 34 Mile Road in Bruce Township, however it is locally known as the Van Dyke Freeway. It continues as Van Dyke Road or Van Dyke Avenue north to Port Austin and south through Warren to Gratiot Avenue in Detroit.

M-59 (Veterans Memorial Freeway) from Utica to Pontiac, continues east as Hall Road to Gratiot Avenue and as William P. Rosso Highway to its terminus at I-94 and west as various surface roads to I-96 near Howell

M-97 (Groesbeck Highway) begins in Detroit at Gratiot (M-3) and ends at Hall Road (M-59).

M-102 (8 Mile Road), known by many due to the film 8 Mile, forms the dividing line between Detroit on the south and the suburbs of Macomb and Oakland counties on the north. It is also known as Baseline Road outside of Detroit, because it coincides with the baseline used in surveying Michigan; that baseline is also the boundary for a number of Michigan counties.