You do not have to be a large organization to place a large order. Whether you’re ordering a big amount of stanchions, a new picnic table, or barricades, a lot of our goods need freight delivery owing to their size and weight.
By their by nature, freight shipments are more difficult than standard package delivery. This guide will assist you in selecting the appropriate services throughout the checkout process to guarantee the safe and quick delivery of your purchases.
If you live or work in a residential or business location where freight vehicles are not generally permitted to go or are prohibited from entering, you must choose limited access delivery. Even if a place has a complete loading dock or forklift, it might be deemed restricted access if the area is gated, guarded, or locked, as is often the case with government buildings.
Limited access locations include, but are not limited to, private residences, condominiums or apartments, schools, churches, construction sites, small event spaces, small businesses, restaurants, churches, government buildings, airports, farms, hotels and motels, hospitals, and small storage facilities.
If you do not have access to a complete loading dock or a forklift, you must request lift gate services. By requesting lift gate services, you are requesting that the trucker be responsible for the whole unloading procedure, from loading the truck to depositing the merchandise on your land. If you do not pick lift gate services, you will be completely responsible for securely unloading your own freight, and the truck driver will be under no obligation to help you without incurring extra penalties.
Standard Freight Delivery is an option if you have a commercial loading dock or a forklift. If you choose this option, you are solely responsible for unloading your freight using your own resources. Without extra payments, the truck driver is not bound to help you with unloading. Standard freight delivery is often reserved for major commercial enterprises, industrial sites, and warehouses.