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2x AEBI CC66 jak Dzik plandeka (No. 4939546)

Item length [m]:

2.65

Item width [m]:

1.35

Item height [m]:

1.1

Total weight [kg]:

380

Is it palletised?:

No

Is it packed?:

No

Packaging description:

Do odebrania sa 2 traktorki marki AEBI CC66. Kazdy traktorek wazy okolo 380 kg. Na miejscu jest wozek widlowy, tak ze kierowca moze go uzyc do zaladowania. W rame jest wkrecony jest uchwyt do podwieszenia na pas. Odbior mozliwy 23.08 lub 29.08

Distance: 803.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Denmark, Central Denmark Region, Aarhus

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Poland, Lubusz Voivodeship, Strzelce Krajeńskie

Flexible dates


Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) poses an effective form of transportation of a relatively small product that does not take a big area and is very often transported on pallets. LTL takes advantage of extra space in the truck by combining more than one autonomous cargos. LTL is affordable as companies are able to split the transportation costs with other people who also need to use a bit of the surface available in the truck. LTL freightages usually have a weight of between 151 and 20,000 pounds.

Trucks that are used in the LTL have a weight of over 3.5 tons and have to be accordant with the specifications that are in force in a particular location. There are many types of trucks that can be part of the LTL, but they should be always correctly adjusted to the kind of the commodity that are going to be moved.

The financial aspect of the shipment is based on a few features. Firstly, height and width and mass of the commodity. The person who order a shipment ought to also provide a carrier an information about the packaging. You should also mention what you expect to be incorporated in the service – is it only the transport or does it also consist of loading and unloading.

If it turns out that volume available via the less than truckload is not enough to transport your object, you could make use of a different option – full truck load (FTL).