Blacha ocynkowana w panelach (No. 5541183)

Item length [m]:

2.4

Item width [m]:

1.3

Item height [m]:

0.75

Total weight [kg]:

200.00

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Is it palletised?:

No

Is it packed?:

No

Packaging description:

32 sztuki blachy o wymiarach 240x64 zagięte na rogach dlatego grubość jednej to 3.5 cm( przez te zagięcia) Waga jedej sztuki to ok 3-5 kg

What is your budget? [PLN]:

550

Do you need a VAT invoice?:

No

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 622.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Swietokrzyskie, Busko-Zdrój

31 Jan 2020

Delivery address and date

Poland, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Koszalin

From 5 Dec 2019 to 31 Jan 2020


Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) constitutes a good mode of transportation of a not big commodity that does not necessitate a lot of space and can be usually placed on pallets. This method benefits spare area in the car by a consolidation of several autonomous freightages. LTL is affordable because companies have an opportunity to share the transportation costs with other people who also want to use a fraction of the cargo space available in the truck. LTL shipments mostly weigh between 151 and 20,000 pounds.

Trucks specialised in the LTL have a weight of over 3.5 tons and have to be in accordance with the specifications established in a given country. There are plentiful of kinds of trucks which can be used in the LTL, but they have to be always properly suited to the kind of the commodity that will be transported.

The financial aspect of the delivery is calculated depending on several features. First of all, size and weight of the object. The person who order a shipment should also present a carrier an information about the way the product is packed. Don’t forget to mention what you hope to be incorporated in the service – is it only the shipment or does it also consist of loading and unloading.

If it turns out that volume available via the LTL does not suffice to transport your cargo, you may want to decide to use its alternative – full truck load (FTL).