We are pleased to assist our customers with competitive shipping from our facility, however, shipping is the responsibility of the BUYER. Shipping may be scheduled once payment has been received and funds have been cleared. BILL OF LADING must be received from BUYER 24 hours before the truck is to arrive.
Below you will find all the information you will need to hire a shipping company.
Unless specifically requested, Most presses ship without a crate. Buyer may request a crate at an additional fee. Smaller machines may be bolted to a pallet and shrink wrapped.
Shipping Class 100
Monday - Friday between 10am and 3pm (excluding Holidays)
930 W. 410 N. #100 Lindon, Utah 84042 USA
Shipper has a forklift and will load the goods.
Shipper does not have a loading dock.
Presses that are wider than 89" can not be loaded on a standard freight trailer.
Driver must come into the building through the front door or call 801-701-0566 when ready at the rear of the building.
All shipments are photographed before being released for the protection of our buyers.
HELPFUL SHIPPING INFORMATION
|Standard Freight Trailer||Dimensions||Max Weight||Door Dimensions|
|OD 48' 102"||13,500 lbs||ID 97" wide by 107" tall|
|Platform Trailer||Dimensions||Max Weight|
|48' 102"||50,000 - 55,000 lbs.|
Questions you should ask your freight company:
- Many times it's hard to tell the difference between a broker and an actual trucking company. Brokers tend to give quotes than can change if they are unable to book the shipment for the time you requested.
- Some freight companies quotes are broken down into separate cost sections and may have “hidden” fees. Ask about any potential (additional) fees that may be assessed.
- This is where machines get damaged so this is an important question to understand.
- Will the shipping company handle the shipment from drop off until destination? It may be that the company works with other companies to handle some of the process. This is always a problem when more than one shipper, driver and company are all looking for a way to avoid liability in the event of damage.
These are just a few of the questions you may want to ask before you sign a contract. Do not be afraid to ask these questions and any others you may have, before you commit to a freight company.
Companies that have moved freight for our customers:
Carrier Lynx LLC
15954 Mur-Len #273
Olathe, KS 66062
Amanda K C: 913-575-9866
1000 Semmes Avenue
P.O. Box 1216
Richmond, VA 23218
Let truckers bid on your freight
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