Get Carried Away With Unishippers, The Watercraft Journal’s Newest Advertiser For 2014/2015


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For some, the cost of hauling their prized machine across half a continent (or even beyond) far outweighs that of crating it up and shipping it. Racers constantly box up their racecraft, loading them up in the back of a cargo container and meet them at a designated shop, dealership or depository. We know many adventurous PWC enthusiasts who regularly ship their skis several states over as they fly a day or two later to their desired group ride destination. The idea might sound alien to some, but the practice is more common than you think.

And there’s one guy who’s been doing it for more big names in the personal watercraft sport than anybody else. Unishippers’ own John Carter has been working from his Wichita, Kansas headquarters shipping PWC all over the continental United States and beyond. From bulk orders from aftermarket hubs like RIVA Racing and Jerry Gaddis’ PWCPerformance.com, to specialty crate motors and custom hulls, all the way to cross-country new unit sales and full-blown race-ready machines, he gets them loaded and safely shipped where they need to be.

But that’s his job, after all. Simply call (316-943-1468) or email John (at wichita@unishippers) and he’ll create a complete, individualized shipping solution that will save you time, trouble and money, because one size definitely doesn’t fit all, and John is more than happy to tailor a solution for your needs. Whether you need same day, overnight, and next day shipping through Unishippers’ relationship with UPS, or express, ground and international, all the way to heavy freight, John can provide you with a wide range of shipping options.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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