NW Auto Transport Inc is an automotive company located in Portland, Oregon. It has been
in operation since 2015. The vehicles transported are cars, vans, buses, classic cars, sedans,
ATVs, SUVs, and motorcycles. The company is the holder of USDOT number 2825008. The
company is also known as Oregon Transport Company. It transports metal sheets, general
freight, building materials, and lumber.
The company ships both nationwide and internationally. It offers door to door and terminal
to terminal services. Vehicles transported via sea are shipped on Roll On Roll Off vessels.
Cars transported on land are shipped via open carriers and enclosed carriers. Oversized
vehicles and odd-shaped equipment are hauled via flatbed trailers. The company has over a
thousand insured carriers throughout the country. They help in shipping cars to the most
remote areas. Vehicles transported via NW Auto Transport are fully insured against damage
The company has had a wide range of customers ranging from individuals to corporations. A
majority of their customers have given it positive reviews. It has been praised for its prompt
delivery. They are upfront with their costs with no hidden fees.
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