Great question. Please see a variety of options below.
We offer a variety of easy shipping and delivery options within the United States and Canada. From home delivery to terminal delivery and everything in-between, we have you covered.
Shipping Terminal (USA & Canada)
We ship to thousands of trucking terminals across the USA & Canada. While requesting a quote submit your zip code/postal code and we will find the trucking terminal closest to your location. When picking up at shipping terminal, you will need a trailer to accommodate your machine. The shipping terminal will load your machine into the back of a customer supplied trailer. Some customers hire a local flatbed towing service for larger deliveries to their home.
Business Delivery (USA & Canada)
The business you select must have a semi height loading dock or forklift to unload and accept delivery during normal business hours. You must make arrangements with the business to accept your delivery. Business locations could include: work places, feed stores, lumber yards, building supply centers, etc.
Home Delivery with Lift-Gate Service (USA & Canada)
Your home must be accessible by tractor-trailer*, and someone must be home to accept delivery. The truck driver will lower your item to the ground using a lowering platform on the back of the freight truck. All truck have pallet jacks to move the item off the platform. The driver can only move the item off the truck, not to a specified location.
Deliveries to Other Countries Outside the USA & Canada
All customers outside the US and Canada must find a freight forwarder to handle the shipping, crating, and any other duties, taxes or other fees. The freight forwarders only deliver to a business address. If you do not have a business address they can deliver to the countries closest port and then you can pick up the unit at the port or make other arrangements for the items to be directly delivered to you. Merchandise is payable directly to the Struck Corporation by wire transfer or PayPal. A 30% deposit is required to put an order into our production schedule with the remaining balance due right before we ship.