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Oversized Freight.

Specialised knowledge for specialised items.
To move oversize or overmass equipment safely and efficiently requires specialist knowledge, attention to detail and meticulous planning. We can handle overall width to 3.50m, length to 25m and height to 5.0m without pilots or escorts. If you are purchasing or designing items to be transported, consider options to keep the width under this limit. Different states have different restrictions on moving oversize and overmass items. Interstate freight of these indivisible items brings unique challenges that we can solve. Regardless of destination, we can provide full and part load solutions to your big package – be it road, rail or sea.

Previous Oversized Consignments.

  • Drill Rigs
  • Excavators
  • Tractors
  • Boats
  • Machinery
  • Lathes
  • Conveyor systems
  • Elevated work platforms
  • Pipes
  • Farm equipment
  • Container buildings
  • Construction equipment
We do not transport used white or brownware (fridges, televisions etc). We do not freight Cars,Utes etc.

Simplified paperwork

As an Applied Logistics customer, we take care of the paperwork for you. Supply us with the details and we will provide you with your booking, consignment note and label. No more booking multiple carriers, navigating hard to read transport contracts or multiple website booking systems. We take care of it all.


We work closely with you to understand your needs. The more we work together, the better we can serve you.

Going The Extra Mile

Our clients appreciate that we’ll help them out after hours if that’s what they need. Or they’ll need assistance with an urgent issue and we’ll eliminate the stress for them. At Applied Logistics, we really are your logistics heroes.

Freight We Have Transported.

Each state in Australia has different rules relating to the transport of oversizeed / over mass (OSOM) items. Despite the creation of the “National” Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), this does not include WA or NT, and rules vary depending on the locations that your items are travelling through. Some states permit overwidth loading on B Doubles and Road Trains, others do not, whilst others only allow this in certain locations. If you are transporting to/from Perth, it’s worth considering roll on roll off shipping (RORO) as an option. Talk to us about options available for your load and we will make sure it’s done right.