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1.4 tony (No. 4711095)

1.4 tony

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Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

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Packaging description:

Ladunkiem beda meble kuchenne oraz meble z IKEA zapakowane w oryginalne kartony. Dodatkowo trampolina dziecieca oryginalnie zapakowana oraz drobne matrialy budowlane (0,5m3 pustakow, 3 worki cementu) 5 widaer farby.

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Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 998.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Oława

11 Sep 2019

Delivery address and date

Switzerland, Zurich, Opfikon

12 Sep 2019

Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) poses a useful mode of transport of a not big product that does not necessitate a spacious place and may be often kept on pallets. LTL makes use of spare surface in the truck by putting together a few independent cargos. LTL is economical since companies may split the shipment cost with other people that also want to take a fraction of the surface available in the car. LTL freightages normally weigh between 151 and 20,000 lb.

Cars specialised in the LTL weigh more than 3.5 t and are required to be accordant with the arrangements constituted in a given location. There are plentiful of types of vehicles which could be part of the LTL, but they should be always correctly suited to the size of the cargos which will be dispatched.

The charge for the delivery is dependent on several aspects. First of all, height and width and mass of the object. The person ordering need to also provide a transporter an information about the packaging. Don’t forget to mention what you hope to be included in the service – is it no more than the transportation or does it also cover loading and unloading.

Whenever you realise that volume available via the less than truckload does not suffice to ship your cargo, you may choose another option – full truck load (FTL).