There are numerous options available to you for finding a shipping company. Many people use U-ship to open their delivery out for bids. This can be a good solution if you follow some simple rules.
These shippers are out to do it for the least cost and still make a buck. A common method is operate outside or on the fringes of the requirements of licensed shippers. You should ask any shipper for their motor carrier license
, proof of insurance, and they should provide you with a bill of lading, This should be done when arranging the shipment and again when they pick up the product.
This will not guarantee a safe shipment, they can still damage your cargo or leave it along the side of the road. That is one reason to have a large portion of the payment in escrow for release to them when they deliver. It is also necessary for you to have the cargo insured as you are the current owner.
There are more complete instructions on the web site for U-ship. Do not accept the lowest bid, there is a reason that it is low. If you get enough bidders you can see the clear distinction between the fly boys and a serious shipper. It seems to me a figure of $1 a mile gives a rough idea.