We're able to obtain brokers for Cross country and worldwide deliveries and only hire fully insured Flatbed Double Drops, Single Drops and Permitted Loads.
Make sure to get insurance, as this is not usually included. All machines come banded and strapped to a pallet unless instructed otherwise. Crating is optional and comes at extra charge. Loading docks or ramps are required! If you do not have one, inform the shipping company and there will more than likely be an extra charge.
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Sterling Machinery Exchange can help you with shipping worldwide. We ship daily and can get amazing shipping rates to make your purchase easier
Please let us know your information and we can find out the cost to your door! Types of Trucking We Offer:
The Full Truckload Advantage encompasses a comprehensive, end-to-end range of cargo transit and logistics solutions, backed by cutting-edge shipping analytic and monitoring technology.
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Standard 48' Flatbed
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48' and 53' Containers
20', 40', and 45'
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We understand our transportation and logistics customers are looking for ways to save time and money. Air freight shipping means on-time delivery is a top priority. Our technology, relationships, and team of industry professionals provide an unparalleled ability to meet your most important shipping needs.
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Mission & History
AGMA Mission Statement (updated 2016)
AGMA is the global network for technical standards, education, and business information for manufacturers, suppliers, and users of mechanical power transmission components.
The American Gear Manufacturers Association is a voluntary association of companies, consultants, and academicians with a direct interest in the design, manufacture, and application of gears, couplings, and related power transmission components and equipment.
AGMA began on the cutting edge of new technologies. In 1916, a new gear market was emerging. It emphasized quiet operation, particularly for timing gears in the automotive industry.
Founded in 1916, AGMA is a member and market driven organization, conducting programs and providing services to the gear industry and its customers. AGMA member companies currently number more than 400. They include gear manufacturers from the United States, Mexico, and Canada, as well as gearing interests from more than 30 countries around the world.
AGMA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute to write all U.S. standards on gearing. AGMA is also the Secretariat (Chairman) for Technical Committee 60 of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). TC 60 is the committee responsible for developing all international gearing standards. In addition to the holding the position of Secretariat, AGMA convenes (chairs) the active ISO Working Groups related to gear inspection and testing.
Gear manufacturers were exploring various materials – but lacked technical standards for non-metallic gearing.
AGMA was born when R.D. Nuttall Company brought together several gear manufacturers to discuss developing such standards.
The first AGMA members included Cincinnati Gear Company, Earle Gear and Machine Company, Horsburgh and Scott Company, Newark Gear Cutting Machine Company, R.D. Nuttall Company, Philadelphia Gear Works, Pittsburgh Gear and Machine Company, Simonds Manufacturing Company and Van Dorn Dutton Company.
They established an executive committee, which drew up a constitution and elected officers. They planned AGMA’s first Annual Meeting, held in Pittsburgh May 14-15, 1917.
Today, AGMA is still on the cutting edge. The association includes 0ver 500 of the world’s top gearing experts across more than 30 nations.