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Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej, Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej, Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej (No. 7740823)

Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej, Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej, Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej
Length x Width x Height
Weight
Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej
260 x 130 x 90 cm
1450 kg
Are the dimensions precise?
Yes
Is it palletised?
Yes
Is it packed?
Yes
Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej
260 x 130 x 90 cm
1450 kg
Are the dimensions precise?
Yes
Is it palletised?
Yes
Is it packed?
Yes
Paleta Sklejki Budowlanej
260 x 130 x 70 cm
1000 kg
Are the dimensions precise?
Yes
Is it palletised?
Yes
Is it packed?
Yes
Total weight:
3900 kg
Distance
250 km
Assistance with loading and unloading:
Not required
Customer:
Private person

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Opole Voivodeship, Łomnica

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Poland, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Boleslawiec

Flexible dates


Less Than Truckload

Less than Truckload (LTL) constitutes a practical mode of transport of a relatively small freight that does not demand a spacious place and may be usually transported on pallets. It exploits spare area in the car by combining a few separate freightages. This kind of shipment is cheaper because businesses are able to share the price of the shipment with other people that also are willing to take a share of the space available in the car. LTL freightages typically weigh between 151 and 20,000 pounds.

Cars that are used in the LTL weigh more than 3.5 tons and have to be in accordance with the specifications set in a given country. There are numerous kinds of trucks that are appropriate to be used in the LTL, but they should be always correctly suited to the dimension of the cargos which are going to be moved.

The cost of the delivery is based on a few aspects. Primarly, content and weight of the cargo. The person who order a shipment need to also present a transporter data about the packaging. It is also worth mentioning what you wish to be covered by the service – is it only the transport or does it also include loading and unloading.

When you notice that volume available via the LTL is not sufficient to dispatch your cargo, you could make use of another option – full truck load (FTL).