As far as the physical shipping of the unit(s), I would recommend contacting a bonded carrier and working with the carrier on the requirements for the shipment. Also, you should work with the vendor to understand any shipping requirements. The vendor's manufacturing arm has already run a battery of tests to determine the specific shipping variables that the equipment can tolerate without breakage.
I hope that I helped you out. Thanks again for the question.
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