We ship factory direct and can only estimate the length of time that it will take for your item to ship out. The normal ship-time before each item leaves the factory is indicated in the blue box.
Quick Ship options, such as select color choices, are available on some items and those options and their ship times will be listed in a red box above the normal ship time. If you do not see a red box, then there are no Quick Ship options for that item.
You may have multiple shipments to complete your order as each item has varying lead times and may be shipping from multiple factories.
Summer months (June through September) are especially busy due to the back-to-school season. Please expect that the listed ship times may be extended and plan ahead.
Contact us if you are concerned about your deadline and our team will confirm product availability with the factory and/or suggest a faster solution. We do our best to provide accurate ship times, but we cannot guarantee any delivery date.
See our Quick Ship section for items that we trust to have the fastest ship times, some even as fast as 24 Hours!
Virco's rugged HCT4 is the "4x4" of chair trucks. Its four-wheel design, featuring heavy-duty polyolefin tires and ball bearing shafts, eases the operator's work load. The HCT4 moves and stores most Virco stack chairs, including Classic Series model 9018 plastic stack chairs and 8900 Series upholstered stack chairs with ease.
NOTE*: Safe Hand Truck Capacities: Unlike storage carts, which support the weight of the furniture entirely with structural steel, hand trucks rely on the strength of the operator to balance the load. For this reason, there is no single "safe capacity" for hand trucks. Conditions such as the size and strength of the operator, the weight of the furniture being moved, and the presence or absence of thresholds, ramps or slick surfaces can all affect the capacity of hand trucks. We recommend starting with small, easily handled loads and adding one or two pieces of furniture at a time to determine the safe capacity for each set of conditions. It's always better to make a few extra trips than to risk injury to yourself or others by overloading a hand truck. Remember, loaded hand trucks can be dangerous! Use common sense.