PLEASE. you may want to rest those eggs for better results. I"m no expert but you may want to search for detached air cell. Shipping can be rough on eggs and a 12 hour rest will make it more successful is my understanding.
On a side note. I have chicks supposed to start hatching Monday (well see they did get chilled but I think they'll be ok). And more through the month as I staggered my set including setting some under a broody tonight if she is still broody when I get home. Can't resist letting her do all the work.
I've done shipped eggs before. I put them right into the incubator in their carton and do not turn them for the first 3 days. That is what has worked best for me with shipped eggs. Because they are already almost a week old by the time I get them, and they need to rest (as in not changing position) that doesn't mean they cannot be in the incubator. Keeps them from getting to old before they get put in the incubator.
If your chicks got chilled then the amount of time they weren't up to the right temp should be added on extra for how long til they hatch.
My shipped eggs are in their cartons; I've been tipping the individual eggs sideways and raising up one of the carton for 'turning' in case there were detached egg cells; couldn't really tell. Wondering do you at some point take them out and lay them down on the wire and turn them normal?