Advanced technology, innovation, quality and reliability are the cornerstones for the aerospace industry. At VIP Transport, we understand that the transportation used for the aerospace sector must also be innovative and held to the highest standards of quality and reliability.

As a trusted transportation provider for companies and government agencies such as NASA and Sandia National Laboratories, VIP provides the most experienced drivers, teams and operations staff to ensure a professional, precise, secure and on-time pickup and delivery of our customer’s shipments. VIP’s asset based fleet includes climate control vans, generator vans for monitoring equipment or shipments requiring power during transport, and flatbed services (including over-dimensional loads, super-loads and retractable tarp trailers). Our air-ride suspension, climate control equipment has been vibration tested to ensure a reliable and smooth transportation for the most sensitive equipment. Our 120” high cube trailers with large 12 foot side doors allow for climate controlled, enclosed protection during transport of satellite systems and multi-million dollar spacecraft.

VIP can accommodate all aerospace transportation requirements including:

  • Aerospace components and parts
  • Robotics
  • Aircraft
  • Defense systems
  • Satellites


Exclusive Project Transporting:

312789main_LROtruck_HITransporting items such as the Hubble Telescope components, GLAST for NASA or orchestrating multiple escort moves for Sandia National Laboratories, required a very specialized mover with not only experience and highly trained personnel, but the proper equipment for servicing highly sensitive items.

With generator powered trailers for plug-in capabilities for monitoring systems, high-cube climatic vans with limited vibration, VIP can safely transport any highly sensitive item with ease and expertise.

For all specialized inquiries, please contact 800.998.4847, Erica Ganey or Mayda Brann.

VIP Transports GLAST for NASA
VIP Transports Hubble 
VIP Transports LRO
LRO on the move Feb 11, 2009