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4 lampy stoja ce 150 cm i 6 kinkietow nie duzych (No. 2617544)

4 lampy stoja ce 150 cm i 6 kinkietow nie duzych

Item length [m]:

1500

Item width [m]:

400

Item height [m]:

1000

Total weight [kg]:

80

Type of service:

Transportation only

Is it palletised?:

No

Is it packed?:

Yes

Packaging description:

folia

What is your budget? [PLN]:

300

Do you need a VAT invoice?:

No

Distance: 452.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Silesian Voivodeship, Częstochowa

From 24 Apr 2018 to 27 Apr 2018

Delivery address and date

Poland, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Krzyż Wielkopolski

Flexible dates


Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) is a good way of delivery of a smaller commodity that does not require a big area and is usually kept on pallets. It benefits available surface in the car by merging a few independent cargos. Less than Truckload is economical because companies have an opportunity to split the shipment cost with other people that also have a need to take some part of the area available in the car. LTL freightages commonly have a weight of between 151 and 20,000 lb.

Vehicles that are used in the LTL weigh over 3.5 tons and are required to be in accordance with the arrangements constituted in one region. There are numerous categories of cars which could serve in the LTL shipping, but they must be always appropriately adjusted to the dimension of the elements which are going to be dispatched.

The financial aspect of the transporting is based on several features. First of all, volume and weight of the commodity. The principal need to also present a delivery man an information about the way the product is packed. It is also worth mentioning what you expect to be incorporated in the service – is it no more than the transportation or does it also consist of loading and unloading.

Assuming that you notice that area available via the LTL does not meet your requirements to dispatch your product, you can decide to use another option – full truck load (FTL).