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Customer Ross C.
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Route: Blackwood - Nairn

Andrius gave a professional solution

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Route: Менск - Vilnius

It was a challenging job dealt with really efficiently and with more than a little humour and enthusiasm. Will use this company again without hesitation.

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Route: Bedford - Ilkley

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Tips for preparing for transportation

Garden equipment transportation is among the most popular kinds of transportation that we might need through our life. Some garden equipment – mostly minor supplies (for example rakes, leaf blowers and much more) – you will be able to safely ship in your car booth or even on the backseat. Things get a bit more complicated when you need to ship some garden supplies larger in dimensions and weight, like a mower.

Transporting a mower looks like a quite easy task. If you have a vehicle that’s spacious enough, you most likely are considering shipping it by yourself. Transporting a lawnmower by yourself is of course doable but it requires a bit of knowledge and preparation. First of all, it is important to empty the machine from all the fluids. Flooding filters with any liquid can lead to serious damage. Even after you empty the mower from all the fluids, it is good to transport a mower upright. It is also important to ship a lawnmower in a box that is as close to its size as possible. If you can, you should ship it in its initial packaging (it’s closely fitted to its size), however if you don’t have it anymore, any box may work, assuming its size is right. The general rule is that after placing the lawnmower in a container, there should be as little free space left as possible. Use foam chips or newspapers to put in the free space (it will help to lessen any shocks on the road).

There is garden equipment that is much too large to ship it individually. Therefore if you have to ship for example an agricultural mower, you’ll need help from a professional transport provider – a person who will have both knowledge and vehicle necessary to harmlessly transport your garden equipment. Using a shipping company can be rather costly, but happily it’s not the only place where you can find a professional hauler. To get professional shipment in reasonable price, consider using a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

You may publish your delivery free of charge and wait to receive quotes from transport providers from all over Europe. If any of the transport providers happen to go on similar route to the route you need, your delivery can become a partial load, which can help to lower the cost of the transport significantly.  Moreover using a transport marketplace to find a transport provider allows you to reach directly the person who is going to be transporting your garden equipment. That way you may work out all the specifics of the transport job as well as ensure, that your delivery will be transported safely.

When it comes to shipping garden equipment, shielding it against weather conditions is less important because garden equipment is clearly meant for working outside. What is crucial whenever transporting garden machinery, is making sure that the cargo is shielded from mechanical damages. If your garden machinery is too huge to put it inside a container, you may use pieces of Styrofoam, bubble foil or even pieces of cloths to wrap the most vulnerable elements such as handles as well as all the parts that protrude from the load.

When choosing the best hauler it is always good to check out feedback given by former customers. Additionally when you want to transport some bigger, costly garden equipment it is smart to find out if the transport provider you are thinking about has carrier liability insurance. That way should anything happen to your delivery during shipment, you will be entitled to some compensation.

What else you should remember when shipping garden equipment? If your machine is powered by electricity, you need to let it rest for couple of hours after shipment before turning it on again. It’s especially important if the garden equipment is transported in lower temperatures (around sub-zero temperatures). 

Garden equipment transportation is among the most popular kinds of transportation that we might need through our life. Some garden equipment – mostly minor supplies (for example rakes, leaf blowers and much more) – you will be able to safely ship in your car booth or even on the backseat. Things get a bit more complicated when you need to ship some garden supplies larger in dimensions and weight, like a mower.

Transporting a mower looks like a quite easy task. If you have a vehicle that’s spacious enough, you most likely are considering shipping it by yourself. Transporting a lawnmower by yourself is of course doable but it requires a bit of knowledge and preparation. First of all, it is important to empty the machine from all the fluids. Flooding filters with any liquid can lead to serious damage. Even after you empty the mower from all the fluids, it is good to transport a mower upright. It is also important to ship a lawnmower in a box that is as close to its size as possible. If you can, you should ship it in its initial packaging (it’s closely fitted to its size), however if you don’t have it anymore, any box may work, assuming its size is right. The general rule is that after placing the lawnmower in a container, there should be as little free space left as possible. Use foam chips or newspapers to put in the free space (it will help to lessen any shocks on the road).

There is garden equipment that is much too large to ship it individually. Therefore if you have to ship for example an agricultural mower, you’ll need help from a professional transport provider – a person who will have both knowledge and vehicle necessary to harmlessly transport your garden equipment. Using a shipping company can be rather costly, but happily it’s not the only place where you can find a professional hauler. To get professional shipment in reasonable price, consider using a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

You may publish your delivery free of charge and wait to receive quotes from transport providers from all over Europe. If any of the transport providers happen to go on similar route to the route you need, your delivery can become a partial load, which can help to lower the cost of the transport significantly.  Moreover using a transport marketplace to find a transport provider allows you to reach directly the person who is going to be transporting your garden equipment. That way you may work out all the specifics of the transport job as well as ensure, that your delivery will be transported safely.

When it comes to shipping garden equipment, shielding it against weather conditions is less important because garden equipment is clearly meant for working outside. What is crucial whenever transporting garden machinery, is making sure that the cargo is shielded from mechanical damages. If your garden machinery is too huge to put it inside a container, you may use pieces of Styrofoam, bubble foil or even pieces of cloths to wrap the most vulnerable elements such as handles as well as all the parts that protrude from the load.

When choosing the best hauler it is always good to check out feedback given by former customers. Additionally when you want to transport some bigger, costly garden equipment it is smart to find out if the transport provider you are thinking about has carrier liability insurance. That way should anything happen to your delivery during shipment, you will be entitled to some compensation.

What else you should remember when shipping garden equipment? If your machine is powered by electricity, you need to let it rest for couple of hours after shipment before turning it on again. It’s especially important if the garden equipment is transported in lower temperatures (around sub-zero temperatures). 

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