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Our Tilt-Bed truck can carry containers up to 24 feet long, or a mix like 2 containers of 10 feet each. It’s our smallest truck and can navigate narrow spaces well, making it great for city deliveries, mountain roads, and tight spots.
Here’s how it works: the truck is positioned where you want the container, the bed tilts, and the container slides off the back into place. For this delivery, the truck needs around 60 feet of open space. When you order, we’ll ask if you want the container’s doors facing the truck’s cab or its rear. This choice affects the final door position on-site after delivery.
If there might be space issues on-site or along the route, please contact and inform us. We can check the route before delivering. This truck is used for delivering and picking up containers up to 24 feet in size.
Our Tilt-Bed truck and trailer combo can carry containers up to 45 feet long or different combinations, like 2 containers of 20 feet or 4 containers of 10 feet each. For this truck, we need a straight path of about 100 feet to make the delivery.
Here’s how it works: First, the truck is backed up to where you want the containers. Then, the trailer tilts, and the container rolls off the back of the trailer. When you’re booking the delivery, we’ll ask if you want the container’s doors to face the truck’s cab or its rear. This choice decides where the doors will be at the delivery site.
If there might be any issues with space at the delivery site or along the way, please contact and inform us. We can check the route before delivering to make sure everything goes smoothly. This truck is used for delivering and picking up our 40′ standard, 40′ high cube, 45′ high cube containers, or combinations like 2 containers of 20′. Your satisfaction is our priority.
Our Flatbed truck can carry containers up to 45 feet long. Unlike the Tilt-Bed truck, we can’t place containers directly on the ground with this option. To finish the delivery, you’ll need a forklift, crane, or other equipment to unload the container at the site. This truck choice is usually made when your delivery place is over 200 miles from our yard.
If there might be any space issues at the delivery area or along the way, please contact us and tell us. We can check the route before delivering to make sure everything goes smoothly. Your comfort is important to us.
Our side-lifter truck uses special cranes to move containers. These cranes are at the front and back of the truck. They can put the container on the ground or lift it onto the truck. This truck can carry containers from 20 to 45 feet long, or two 20-foot containers if they have specific parts on the bottom.
This truck is the biggest and largest one we have for deliveries. It’s strong and can carry up to 42,000 pounds. If needed, it can even move containers from other trucks at your place, carrying up to 72,000 pounds. If the ground is flat and steady, this truck can stack containers up to two levels high. Here’s how: The driver parks the truck near where the container should go. Then, special legs come out to make it steady, and the container is lifted or placed from the driver’s side.
When you book the delivery, we’ll ask if you want the container’s doors to face the truck’s cab or the back. This choice decides where the doors will be at the delivery spot.
This truck costs more than the Tilt-Bed truck because it doesn’t need a long straight path for delivery. It’s used if the container has to go high up or be stacked on another container.
If there might be any space problems at the delivery site or along the way, please contact us and tell us. We can check the route before delivering to make sure everything goes well. We’re here to make things easy for you.
Our crane truck can bring containers up to 24 feet long, or a mix of various sizes. It can even pull a trailer if you need to deliver multiple 20-foot or smaller containers to the same place. A crane sits between the truck’s front and bed to lift and put down containers. Usually, it can put a 20-foot container about 25 feet from the truck. A certified crane operator runs this truck.
This truck is a good choice if the container has to go over a fence, on something high, or on top of another container. It’s also great when placing has to be very precise. Keep in mind, every delivery spot is checked case by case to make sure it’s possible.
For a smooth delivery, put your container on solid, dry, flat ground, like pavement, gravel, or hard dirt.
Tilt-Bed and Flatbed truck deliveries come with a fixed cost, including 30 minutes for unloading. If your place isn’t ready, and more time is needed, we’ll charge an hourly fee in 15-minute parts.
Side-lifter and crane truck deliveries are usually charged per hour. We start counting from when the driver leaves our place and stop when they’re back.
Before the delivery, our dispatcher will call your site contact 24 hours early to confirm a 2-hour delivery window. On the delivery day, the dispatcher will call again with a 30-minute window. Your convenience is important to us.
Phone: +1(530) 404 3197
Address: 200 Fairbanks Ave, Sacramento, CA 95838, United States