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Paczka (No. 6765276)

Paczka
Length x Width x Height Weight Pcs:
Parcel
180 x 120 x 21 cm 19 kg 1
Total weight: 19 kg
Distance 605 km
Invoice: Not required

Pick-up address and date

Germany, Hamburg, Hamburg

From 29 Oct 2020 to 4 Nov 2020

Delivery address and date

Poland, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Gniezno

From 30 Oct 2020 to 6 Nov 2020


Parcel transport

Parcel Transport

The expense of moving a pack depends on its size, weight and the journey it needs to to make. To find most advantageous way for shipping, post your item for free on Clicktrans.com. In a flash you will get offers coming from transport providers. These transport providers often travel nearby and they can drop your load along the way. Before the transport provider shows up at your place, be sure to describe your posting in detail. It is useful to mention the objects inside the package, their distinctive characteristics like material they are made of or if they are especially friable, slimsy. These details are very important when we want to move mirrors windows, electronic devices, food, ceramic dishes and many other items that require extra care during transport. Before you select a transport provider make sure that he provides an insurance appropriate for the service you pay for.


How to secure a parcel?

To make your parcel prepared for transport don't forget to secure it from getting destroyed.  fill up the empty areas with pieces of styrofoam, bits  of paper, pages of old newspapers. especially flimsy objects like glass or fancy electronic devices, porcelain we may secure with bubble wrap, foam.


Where do I find materials to protect my package?


You may purchase cardboard and boxes in heavy duty, construction stores or house improvement stores. Alternatively, have a quick look in the near mall and ask somebody from the assistants team to advise you. When we put everything we need in the cartoon box, let’s make sure it’s in a good condition, there are no strickers that could confuse you (if you have more than one package to transport in one batch) or for the transport company.