BOSS Oil Rig Moving Services

Your Trusted Partner for Reliable Rig Moves

Moving on-shore oil rigs efficiently requires precise scheduling, coordinated labor and expert knowledge of the oilfield. BOSS Oilfield Service and Supply’s highly experienced, safety-conscious truck drivers, crane and forklift operators, and helpers are all supervised by truck pushers who have decades of rig moves under their belts. Together, they handle the complexities of moving oil pipe, derricks, pumps and machinery from old site to new site so you can focus on what you do best, operating the rig. We coordinate complex transportation from the U.S. highways to farm-to-market to remote access roads, supported by teams of experts on both ends.

Why BOSS?

At BOSS, you get fast response times for rig moves from 100 feet to 1,000 miles. We move 15 to 20 rigs a month, and we have the capacity to move multiple rigs at a time. We have an annual permit for up to 120,000 pounds and solid relationships with state permit officials to facilitate even larger loads.

Our Experience

Over the past 20 years, we’ve moved hundreds of oil rigs for the premier drilling companies in our area, and we have some of the most experienced employees in the industry. While our name is new, our staff is anything but. The BOSS team has kept up with oil rig innovations that continue to reduce rig move cycle time.

Our Services
  • Complete rig moves
  • Contract services to support movers
  • Heavy hauling of all oil rig components including tubing, motors, pumps, derricks
  • End-to-end project management and coordination
Our Equipment
  • Crawler Cranes
  • Fork Lifts
  • Winch Trucks
  • Heavy Haul Trucks/Trailers
Our Team
  • More than 80 years of combined experience on the oilfields
  • Truck Pushers
  • Crane Operators
  • Forklift Operators
  • Truck Drivers/Operators
  • Riggers/Helpers

Safety Is Priority One

At BOSS, Safety is Priority One. We are compliant with OSHA and FMCSA standards and foster a strong culture of safety. We conduct tailgate safety meetings every morning and critical lift safety meetings whenever complex movements are required.  All of our employees must wear personal protective equipment, including hardhats, safety glasses, steel-toed boots and gloves. Safety is our number one core value.

Service Areas

We serve oil rig locations in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.


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