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Motorcycles & Scooters Listed: 2018-01-04 17:38

BMW GS1200

(No. 2256096)
BMW GS1200

Make and model:

BMW GS1200

Total weight [kg]:

235.00

Distance: km

Additional information:

Quotes (0)

2479 €

Company ID: 66092
listing unavailable

Quote details

Quote placed:

08-01-2018, 13:21

Pick-up dates available:

from 2018-01-08 to 2018-02-10

Delivery:

After 5 days

Transport type:

Lorry

Additional info:

Witam serdecznie :) :) Jesteśmy zainteresowani transportem Państwa ładunku. Dysponujemy pojazdami od 1,5t do 24ton. Cena zawiera monitoring ładunku, przydzielony opiekun na czas obsługi zlecenia oraz ubezpieczenie ładunku - OCP oraz OCS(do 500tys euro) Załadunek i rozładunek po stronie zleceniodawcy. Zapraszamy do kontaktu i skorzystania z naszych usług :) Jesteśmy licencjonowanym i certyfikowanym przewoźnikiem!! P.S jeśli nie odpisujemy to prosimy o akcepta i kontakt telefoniczny co przyspieszy i ułatwi dogranie ewentualnego transportu z naszymi sympatycznymi spedytorkami :) Pozdrawiam Gabrysia K.

Price (incl. tax): 2479 €

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Pick-up address and date

Bornheim, 53332, Germany

9 Jul 2018

Delivery address and date

Reykjavík, 101, Iceland

1 Aug 2018