MOVERS OF MACHINERY & MORE
Orlando • Tampa • Jacksonville • Ocala • South Florida
Southeastern Rigging has moved tens of thousands of machines and objects for international, national, and local companies over the years.
Whether it's the biggest Mazak in Florida, a 110 thousand pound boiler, a $30 million dollar sculpture, or a chiller on the roof of your 8 story building, Southeastern Rigging can move it with ease.
With all the necessary equipment, including forklifts up to 60,000 pounds, poly-wheeled dollies up to 120,000 pounds, numerous other specialized tools, and all our employees meeting OSHA standards of a qualified rigger, you can count on safety and efficiency with every job.
Here are some examples of what we have moved in the past:
- mri/medical equipment
- boring mills
- plasma cutters
- press brakes
- printing equipment
- air units
- production lines
- punch presses
- water jets
- wood working machines
- cnc machines
- electrical units
- embroidery machines
- hydraulic presses
- injection molders
Southeastern Rigging is dedicated to consistently providing our customers, old and new, with exceptional service which exceeds their expectations in productivity and safety.
Our goal is to provide professionally trained operators, use well-maintained equipment, and perform all rigging jobs in a professional and safe manner.
All of our employees share in this goal for excellence.
For the past 25 years Southeastern Rigging has promoted healthy and safe business practices to create an enjoyable work environment.
For over 25 years Southeastern Rigging has proudly provided machinery moving services in
Orlando, Tampa, Daytona, Jacksonville, Ocala, South Florida, & beyond.
With ownership having more than 30 years of specialized moving experience, you can be assured of knowledge and expertise with every job.
Southeastern Rigging has handled billions of dollars in machinery and sculptures and has worked with companies ranging from NASA to Sotheby's to Amazon.
Our founder Dave Thomas Sr. started in the moving industry in 1964 at the age of 16 driving trucks for his family's Connecticut business and spent the next 40 years moving machinery all over the country. When he started winches, wooden ramps, and snatch blocks were the norm.
He broke off on his own in 1998 with one truck and one forklift. Hard work, world class skills, and a unique personality that involved cigars and a no nonsense attitude helped build Southeastern's large clientele base.