1. 1200 Excavator

This stick and boom for a 1200 excavator was imported to the U.S. and hauled to our Seattle CFS for transload and tie-down to rail cars for inland shipment. This picture is a great example of our heavy lift capabilities; the stick and boom weighed in at 750,000...

2. 35 Tons? No Problem!

We transported this 35-ton pressure vessel from the Seattle piers to its final destination inland in Washington State. We picked up the break bulk from the steam ship and transported the super-heavy cargo on a 4-axle flatbed and 4-axle...

3. Big Bucket

Large bucket for a Caterpillar 994 wheel loader; see the main body of the machine in picture #4. We transloaded the machine parts from rail cars to super heavy-haul trucks for delivery to inland destination, where the machine would be assembled. The heaviest lift was 90,000 pounds, while the total operating weight of the machine is 160 tons. Transporting this super heavy cargo required 6 truck loads to the final destination....

4. Big Cat

Main body of a Caterpillar 994 wheel loader. See the bucket in picture #3. We transloaded the machine parts from rail cars to super heavy-haul trucks for delivery to inland destination, where the machine would be assembled. The heaviest lift was 90,000 pounds, while the total operating weight of the machine is 160 tons. Transporting this super heavy cargo required 6 truck loads to the final...
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Pinnochio Goes to Korea

Pinnochio Goes to Korea

Pinocchio Goes To Korea Driver Leo Schafer secures Pinocchio for his trip from Baker City, OR to United Motor Freight in Seattle. Pinocchio Goes To Korea Pinocchio statue is shrink wrapped and blocked and braced for shipment to Korea. Pinocchio Goes To Korea Pinocchio statue is shrink wrapped and blocked and braced for shipment to Korea. Pinocchio Goes To Korea Pinocchio receives final securing and bracing for a safe, damage free ocean voyage. Pinocchio Goes To Korea Loaded and secured, the flat rack is trucked to the Port of Seattle pier to be loaded to a vessel and sent on his way. Bon...
New! Tacoma facility

New! Tacoma facility

After an extensive search we have found a facility in Tacoma where we can offer the same level of service our customers have come to expect from us in Seattle. With the movement of the Grand Alliance (Hapag Lloyd, NYK, and OOCL) to Washington United Terminal, the need increased for a CFS facility close to Tacoma ports. At our facility at 2150 Port of Tacoma Road we can handle your dry containers as well as the large variety of oversize, out of gauge, and overweight commodities for either import or export. Call our Seattle office at 206-933-0515 for information or scheduling.

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About United Motor Freight

United Motor Freight of Seattle, Washington, stands ready to serve your transportation, freight management, and rigging needs. As the leading project cargo, long and heavy haul, and drayage and intermodal delivery company in the greater U.S. and Canadian Pacific Northwest region, we have the specialized equipment and expert know-how to fill your every shipping need.

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Phone (206) 933-0515
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New! Tacoma facility