70 paczeka styropianu , 1 tona kleja, 9siatek, 5 parapety ,5 okien i 3 drzwi tarasowe (No. 6438869)

Item length [m]:

10

Item width [m]:

2

Item height [m]:

3

Total weight [kg]:

4000

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Is it palletised?:

No

Is it packed?:

Yes

Packaging description:

70 paczeka styropianu , 1 tona kleja, 9siatek, 5 parapety ,5 okien i 3 drzwi tarasowe

Do you need a VAT invoice?:

No

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 3048.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Silesian Voivodeship, Bielsko-Biala

From 21 Sep 2020 to 26 Sep 2020

Delivery address and date

Portugal, Santarém District, Santarem

From 28 Sep 2020 to 2 Oct 2020


Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) represents an effective method of delivery of a small product that does not need a lot of space and can be usually kept on pallets. LTL exploits free surface in the truck by putting together more than one separate cargos. This kind of shipment is cost-effective since people may share the shipment cost with other people that also are planning to use a share of the surface available in the car. LTL shipments naturally weigh between 151 and 20,000 lb.

Cars that are used in the LTL weigh over 3.5 t and should be in accordance with the arrangements that are in force in a particular location. There are different categories of vehicles that may be part of the LTL shipping, but they should be always correctly tailored to the type of the commodity which will be a part of the cargo.

The charge for the shipment may vary depending on several aspects. Primarly, height and width and weight of the commodity. The person ordering should also give a delivery man an information about the packaging. You should also mention what you hope to be included in the service – is it simply the transportation or does it also encompass loading and unloading.

Assuming that you realise that area available via the less than truckload is not sufficient to transport your product, you could choose its alternative – full truck load (FTL).