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Portable Log Splitter (No. 2262124)

Item length [m]:

0.4

Item width [m]:

0.6

Item height [m]:

1.2

Total weight [kg]:

62

Type of service:

Transportation only

What is your budget? [€]:

80.00

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 854.00 km

Pick-up address and date

United Kingdom, England, Runnymede

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

United Kingdom, Scotland, Strathdon

Flexible dates


Garden equipment

Garden accessories shipment  is quite a wide section, including not only minor accessories for example shovels, scythes or spades but also greater machines such as: tractor mover or agricultural mover. In garden equipment category you will find all the items that can be of use in gardening and also maintaining your lawn. Furthermore all the garden chairs and tables and ornaments can also be considered as garden equipment and placed in this category. Many of the things transported in garden equipment category are quite big and rather heavy. Thankfully most of the items described as garden equipment can be transported in most of the vehicles – starting with regular car’s trunk and ending with professional trailers.

While dealing with securing garden equipment for shipment, usually you don’t have to deposit it inside a box. On the plus side you do not have to look for the right box, however there is also a downside. Garden garden equipment usually comes in unusual sizes and shapes which makes it harder to properly place the load in the shippig car. 

Garden supplies tend to be quite resistant when it comes to vibrations and weak shocks during transportation. Of course that doesn’t give you the right not to be careful during such a journey – ensure that the garden tools are securely fastened inside the shipping vehicle and will not move during shipment. Even the sturdy garden supplies can break if wrongly secured during sudden turn. Moreover, the substantial weight of most of the garden supplies could damage the transporting vehicle during an accident and therefore pose a danger to the hauler.

Some types of garden tools have special requirements that must be met during transportation – e.g. mowers have to be transported upwards to avoid any fluid leaking within the machine.