Shipping Information

Beacon uses the following freight and shipping companies.   Other shipping and freight companies are welcome to ship the Beacon product line.

YRC Freight
800-548-0435 YRC Freight is dedicated to providing you the best possible service in the industry. To accomplish this, we have established a customer service team of highly trained professionals dedicated to responding to your needs and delivering superior value.
Ram International
314-427-3000 Ships ocean going containers, less than full container loads and International Air Freight. Bundled equipment, full container or crating is available. Serving Delivery Points worldwide.
800-354-7993 Echo Global Logistics is a leading provider of technology-enabled business process outsourcing, serving the transportation and logistics needs of our clients. Our proprietary web-based technology, dedicated service teams and robust procurement power enables our clients to see significant transportation savings while receiving best-in-class service.
800-422-8785 ICCI has freight originating across the 48 states, Canada and Mexico. Their dispatchers specialize in flatbeds and various heavy haul equipment. ICCI's equipment needs require flatbeds to stepbacks, extendables and double-drops, RGN's from 5 to 13 axles. They also have added LTL, Power only and a Van Division to complete their team.
UPS United Parcel Service
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Federal Express Shipping Company
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All orders are shipped FOB factory. Products will be shipped by common carrier within the United States. Beacon can assist the buyer for oversize load shipping permits. The customer is responsible for freight charges with equipment. Shipping & handling charges will apply with parts orders. Beacon charges for overseas equipment crating. 

"FOB shipping point" or "FOB origin" indicates the buyer pays shipping cost, and takes responsibility for the goods when the goods leave the seller's premises. "FOB destination" designates the seller will pay shipping costs, and remain responsible for the goods until the buyer takes possession. A related but separate term "CAP" ("customer arranged pickup") is used to denote that the buyer will arrange a carrier of their choice to pick the goods up at the seller's premises, and the liability for any damage or loss belongs to the buyer.

The consignor is the shipper, and the consignee is the recipient.

Call Beacon: 800-454-7159314-487-7600