GMG now ships worldwide! We can easily ship coast to coast for under $650 (assuming we ship to a nearby terminal warehouse). We can provide insured, residential, lift-gate service (typically about $75-$150 additional). A lift-gate is a hydraulic lift that can lower the unit to your driveway. To reduce costs, we also recommend taking delivery at a nearby shipping terminal. A shipping terminal is a shared warehouse space that shippers can use to drop-off a load near the ultimate destination. This is the #1 way to save on shipping costs. Residential and lift-gate service can easily add $75-150 to total shipping costs. Please contact us if you are interested in having a unit shipped directly to you or a nearby terminal. You can also use the below tool by simply inputting your destination US zip-code and selecting the desired location type (again “Terminal” will be the least expensive option). We will take care of all shipping arrangements including selecting a nearby terminal if desired. Please provide the following information so we can provide an accurate quote. We will guarantee a shipping quote for 5 business days.
- Destination zip-code (This is the primary driver of cost besides weight.)
- Which model of generator you want (e.g. MEP-002A, MEP-003A, MEP-701A, MEP-016B, MEP-531A)
- Whether you want residential lift-gate service OR a business delivery location with loading dock or forklift OR terminal delivery (Terminal delivery will save you money.)
Note that terminal delivery will require you to pick up the unit with a 1/2 ton+ pickup truck, flatbed or utility trailer. UHaul has very competitive rates for local trailer rentals. A typical 4’x7′ utility trailer rents for $14.95 per day for local use.
GMG will also arrange global shipping to most countries or work with the freight forwarder of your choice. We can arrange delivery to international port destinations. We have recently obtained approvals from the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Commerce (specifically, the Bureau of Industry and Security) to export demilitarized generators globally (with specific exceptions such as Iran, North Korea, Cuba).