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40 boxes (No. 4492001)

40 boxes

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Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

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Distance: 814.00 km

Pick-up address and date

United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, Manchester

From 5 Jun 2019 to 6 Jun 2019

Delivery address and date

France, Île-De-France, Flins-Sur-Seine

From 7 Jun 2019 to 10 Jun 2019

Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) is an effective way of delivery of a not big cargo which does not take a lot of space and can be often transported on pallets. This method utilizes available space in the truck by a consolidation of more than one autonomous cargos. This kind of shipment is cost-effective because businesses can distribute the price of the shipment with the others that also need to take a bit of the surface available in the truck. LTL freightages typically have a weight of between 151 and 20,000 pounds.

Cars specialised in the LTL weigh more than 3.5 t and need to be congruous with the arrangements constituted in a particular country. There are different categories of cars which are fit to be used in the LTL, but they must be always correctly tailored to the type of the products that will be shipped.

The financial aspect of the delivery is based on several features. Primarly, volume and mass of the cargo. The person who order a shipment need to also give a transporter data about the way the product is packed. You should also mention what you hope to be included in the service – is it just the transport or does it also encompass loading and unloading.

Whenever it turns out that space available via the less than truckload is not enough to dispatch your product, you may decide to use its alternative – full truck load (FTL).