Frequently Asked Questions

Automation

We actually prefer to take it down for you, and most of our customers prefer it that way, too. We have our own warehouse installation crews and use specific banding procedures. Our teardown crews are usually included as a part of the offer we will make you for your used equipment.

However, if your equipment is already dismantled, we’re happy to pick it up and buy it from you. Talk to one of our used equipment specialists to see how easy it could be to sell your used pallet rack or other material handling equipment.

Design

Lead times vary from project to project based on a large number of factors.

For new equipment, we prefer n weeks, but it’s best to contact a specialist for a free, no-obligation quote to get a good idea of how quickly we can get your order.

For used equipment, we stock one of the nation’s largest inventories, so we typically can turn around an order pretty quickly. If we don’t have what you need in stock, our used equipment specialists can source what you need, but lead times will be subject to availability.

We’d love to help out, and with more than 100 years of collective experience on our team, we will help you get the most out of your warehouse or distribution center.

See how we integrate supply and service or contact us to get started.

Storage

Absolutely! If it is in good condition, with no rust we will make you an offer for your used equipment. Get Started >

Turnkey Services

Absolutely! If it is in good condition, with no rust we will make you an offer for your used equipment. Get Started >

Yes, we have an experienced crew of over 40 installers and crew leaders.

It’s best to contact us to discuss your specific project to get a true answer for your needs. In general, we follow these rules of thumb:

  • Lift Equipment

  • Sit Down Counterbalanced Lift
  • Stand-Up Reach Lift
  • Stand-Up Double Reach Lift
  • Turret Truck with 180° Swing Mast
  • Narrow Aisle Order Picker
  • Wave Order Picker
  • Minimum Clear Aisle

  • 12′-0″
  • 8′-6″
  • 9′-0″
  • 6′-6″ to 4′-6″ depending on lift height
  • 6′-6″ to 4′-0″ depending on lift height
  • 3′-0″

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Logistics

We offer various lease options, including:

  • Fair Market Value
  • $1 buyout
  • 10% PUT (Payment Upon Termination)

We can also put a leasing program in place to meet special needs, such as step payments or deferred payments. We’re happy to extend leasing terms no matter the size of the project.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss how we can structure a solution to meet your unique needs.

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Less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping is a common shipping method when transportation for relatively small freight is required. While LTL transit times tend to be longer than FTL freight, the cost tends to be lower. Our team can help with any of your logistical needs. Learn More >

Full truckload (FTL) shipping is likely the best solution when you need to ship a large volume of similar items or very heavy freight. Depending on the type of cargo you are shipping, FTL options can range from flatbeds, with or without tarps, to completely enclosed dry vans. Learn More >

Typically, flatbed trucks can haul heavier payloads because they are not limited by fitting within an enclosed trailer while someone may opt for a van when needing to protect their cargo from the elements. Learn More >

When less-than-truckload shipments are on multi-stop routes, the shipped products are typically unloaded, and consolidated, reloaded, and shipped off to the next destination. This practice offers cost-effectiveness, damage mitigation, and quality control for your cargo. However, this can be challenging if you are not working with consolidation facilities that do not have the reputation or attention to detail required to ensure shipments are accurate and cared for properly. Learn More >

Drayage is a logistical term used to describe cargo transportation across a short distance, typically within the same metropolitan area. Drayage is a small, but vital piece in primarily the container shipping industry. Often this term is used when moving a container from shipper to port or port to consignee, typically before or after a long-haul process. This process can seem very simple yet can often be very complicated. Learn More >

Hot shot shipping is a time sensitive delivery that typically utilizes heavy duty trucks or flatbed trailers. Often a great choice for quick deliveries with smaller loads, on-call drivers are typically available and willine to travel any distance. Learn More >