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Freight, Pallets Listed: 2018-03-27 11:48

10m3 styropianu = 28paczek 1,25 x 0,6 x 0,45m

(No. 2521696)
10m3 styropianu = 28paczek 1,25 x 0,6 x  0,45m

Item height [m]:

0.45

Total weight [kg]:

10.00

Number of items:

28

Type of service:

Transport with assistance with loading and unloading

What is your budget? [PLN]:

225

Item length [m]:

1.25

Item width [m]:

0.6

Distance: 156.00 km

Pallet transport

Pallet shipping

Pallets are utilised to carry objects of different types – they work as a platform for shipping sets of small packets, items or some heavy machines awkward to ship. Pallet shipping is commonly chosen type of transport for shipping large loads.On pallets you often transport loads of weight above 70 kilograms for example entrance gates, boxes, construction appliance etc. To get the best price for shipping pallet from skilled shipping companies that specialise in pallets shipping list your delivery on Clicktrans. The key aspect in pricing pallet transport is to know the exact number, weight and type of objects that will be transported. Loaded pallets are lifted by forklifts.

Europallets and other types of pallets 

Europallet, otherwise called EPAL or EURO is the one most frequently utilised in pallet transport. Its regular size is 800x1200x150 milimeters. These numbers can be different depending on the type and use of pallets, although europalet size is rather consistent from one producer to another. In the industrial transport there are also so-called EUR2 pallets. They are 1m wide, 1200 mm long and 144mm tall.  The ones 1135 x 1133 mm are dedicated for transporting intermodal conteiners. Often, wooden pallets are overtaken by plastic ones due to their longer usability. Plastic pallets can be useful from 10 up to 15 years.

Cost of pallet shipping in Europe

Average cost of pallet transport on global routes is 120 pounds and 10p per kilometer.

Pick-up address and date

Kielce, Poland

From 3 Apr 2018 to 6 Apr 2018

Delivery address and date

Ojrzanów, 32-090, Poland

From 3 Apr 2018 to 7 Apr 2018