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60 boxes measuring (20x18x9) inches and 60 boxes with measuring (67x27x14) inches (No. 5108350)

60 boxes measuring (20x18x9) inches and 60 boxes with measuring (67x27x14) inches

Item length [m]:

1

Item width [m]:

1

Item height [m]:

1

Total weight [kg]:

1000

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Is it palletised?:

No

Is it packed?:

Yes

Packaging description:

towels

Do you need a VAT invoice?:

No

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 1641.00 km

Pick-up address and date

United Kingdom, Greater London, London Colney

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Poland, Masovian Voivodeship, Warsaw

Flexible dates


Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) constitutes an effective form of delivery of a not big commodity that does not demand a big surface and is often kept on pallets. Less that Truckload exploits unused area in the truck by a consolidation of more than one independent cargos. Less than Truckload is economical as companies can share the shipment cost with other people who also are planning to use a fraction of the area available in the truck. LTL shipments frequently have a weight of between 151 and 20,000 pounds.

Trucks that are used in the LTL weigh over 3.5 t and should be accordant with the requirements that are in force in a given country. There are many kinds of vehicles which are fit to serve in the LTL, but they should be always correctly adjusted to the size of the products that will be transported.

The cost of the shipment is based on a few features. Primarly, volume and weight of the object. The person who order a shipment should also give a transporter data about the way the product is packed. Don’t forget to mention what you expect to be covered by the service – is it just the shipment or does it also include loading and unloading.

Assuming that it turns out that space available via the LTL is not sufficient to transport your object, you should choose its alternative – full truck load (FTL).