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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you ship anything and everything?
Mostly, with the exception of the following items: barrels, food/perishable items, alcohol, guns (manufactured after 1899) and ammunition, and live animals. For your hazardous material shipping needs, please visit our Hazardous Materials Shipping page.
Can you come out to my location to assess my needs?
Yes, we can schedule an onsite consultation visit to determine the best packaging, crating, and shipping solution for your logistical needs.
Do you offer insurance?
Yes, please visit our Cargo Insurance page for more information and disclaimers.
Can I set up a national account?
Yes. If you are a business who will regularly be shipping from various locations, please visit our Craters & Freighters Platinum page.
Do you ship containers?
Yes, we handle everything from small shipments to large, dedicated full container load shipments. Please visit our Container Loading page for more information.
Do you offer debris removal?
Yes, please contact the local Craters & Freighters location for information and pricing.
Do you handle hazardous material and dangerous goods?
Yes, we can pack and ship most hazardous materials according to 49 CFR, IMDG, and ICAO regulations. Our certified locations have the knowledge and skill to handle every detail of your shipment. Please visit our Hazardous Materials Shipping page for more information and certified locations.
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