Delivery Guide

Delivery Guide

Make Sure Your Site is Prepared for Delivery:

Space to Maneuver

The delivery truck is large, makes wide turns, and requires a significant turning radius, so please make sure there is enough space for it to safely maneuver. This includes space to get between gates or other obstructions, and to set up for delivery.

Hard Surface

The delivery truck weighs as much as 45,000 pounds, so it cannot deliver on soft surfaces such as mud or wet grass. If there is a risk of sinking or getting stuck, the driver may refuse delivery at the site.

Space to Deliver

Delivery trucks can be nearly 10 feet wide, meaning they require space to maneuver after the box is dropped. For a 20-foot container, this means at least 60 feet of space, and for a 40-foot container, this means at least 100 feet of space. The driver will also need ample space to turn and drive away.

Free From Obstructions

Before it tilts, the truck is 13’6” tall and can be up to 16 feet tall at its peak during delivery. Please make sure there are no power lines, tree branches, or other obstructions that could interfere with delivery. For a smooth delivery, please clear the delivery area of any obstacles or debris prior to delivery and be available to direct the driver to the specified delivery area.