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4 Tips for Shipping Heavy Equipment

4 Tips for Shipping Heavy Equipment

Moving heavy equipment can be dangerous if not done properly. In order to successfully transport construction, agricultural, manufacturing, and other types of heavy equipment, you should follow these tips to prepare your equipment for shipping. These tips will keep...

An Update from Rowe Regarding COVID-19

An Update from Rowe Regarding COVID-19

Rowe Transfer values the safety and well-being of our employees and customers. We are closely watching the news surrounding the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and are practicing measures necessary to reduce risk of exposure and transmission of the disease, i.e. do not...

Protect Your Equipment Transfer with Expert Rigging

Protect Your Equipment Transfer with Expert Rigging

No one enjoys the logistics of moving, especially when it comes to heavy or bulky equipment. Not only is it a complex procedure, but most businesses don’t have the equipment necessary to safely complete such a project. When it comes time for the repair, placement, or...

Employee Interview: Meet Missy!

Employee Interview: Meet Missy!

We took some time to interview Missy Hoskins, Administrative Assistant at Rowe Transfer. Our conversation was filled with laughter as we talked about her work and Xylophobia.  Missy’s laughter is contagious, and we guarantee that any time spent with her will have you...

Biggest Rigging Disasters & How They Could’ve Been Avoided

Biggest Rigging Disasters & How They Could’ve Been Avoided

Commercial truck drivers are needed as the industry shifts into an era utilizing technological advancements and an updated work environment. A job that was once considered to be arduous, the sector has become an increasingly attractive for many reasons. The trade lacks almost 900,000 drivers and the average age of commercial truck drivers is 55 and rising rapidly.

Rig, Crate, and Transport Your Entire Business

Rig, Crate, and Transport Your Entire Business

Commercial truck drivers are needed as the industry shifts into an era utilizing technological advancements and an updated work environment. A job that was once considered to be arduous, the sector has become an increasingly attractive for many reasons. The trade lacks almost 900,000 drivers and the average age of commercial truck drivers is 55 and rising rapidly.

Interview with a Rowe Transfer Employee: Doug West

Interview with a Rowe Transfer Employee: Doug West

Commercial truck drivers are needed as the industry shifts into an era utilizing technological advancements and an updated work environment. A job that was once considered to be arduous, the sector has become an increasingly attractive for many reasons. The trade lacks almost 900,000 drivers and the average age of commercial truck drivers is 55 and rising rapidly.