Ending your copier lease is not always as straightforward as you might think. The common misconception is that your copier company will terminate your lease at the end date, send someone to grab your copier, and that’s the end of your commitment. However, that is not the case, especially when it comes to copier shipping. Knowing what your part is when it comes to copier shipping is just as important as knowing what rules to follow when you are actually using your copier.
Copier shipping is one of those things that you want to get taken care of early. If you wait too long then you are going to find yourself in trouble. Shipping a copier is almost always going to fall to the person who actually leased the copier. That means that you are going to have to do some research and find a shipping company that will help you out.
Look early to find a good deal when it comes to copier shipping. These are large machines and shipping costs are only going to go up the longer that you wait. We have seen people have to pay over $500 for shipping because they waited until the last minute.
Helpful Hint: Copier leasing companies often have relationships with the shipping companies. They are often willing the help you get a deal, or even ship your copier for free, if you agree to start a lease with that company. Keep this in mind when figuring out future plans for a new lease.