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Route: Aach - Hanover

I sent a small motorbike and a parcel, the driver was always on time both on collection and delivery, friendly, efficient, and super-helpful keeping me informed all the time about arrival ETAs. All went without a hitch. Super recommended, thanks Sandris!

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Route: London - Viareggio

Very nice gentlemen. They were helpful and willing to adapt to our situation (we had to delay the moving a few months for personal reasons). Only problem was at customs, we had to pay export taxes and this came as a surprise...

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Route: Wolverhampton - Madrid

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Tips for preparing for transportation

Household devices is a really wide category of things, and that influences what's the safest way to secure them for shipment as well as the smartest way to transport them. We could roughly arrange household appliances into two subgroups, all with individual smartest way of transportation – small household appliances as well as large household devices. In the first subcategory you’ll place every device that could easily fit into a passenger car, for example: microwaves, mixers, juice makers, toasters, boiling pots and so on. These items you can effortlessly ship inside your own car – either on one of the seats or in the trunk. Small household appliances also tend to be more durable on the road than the big household devices. In the large household appliances subgroup you will come across devices like: freezers, washers, washing machines, tumble-driers as well as many more. None of them may be safely shipped inside a passenger vehicle and therefore ought to be entrusted to professionals. 

No matter which household device you need to transport, when it comes to securing your cargo for the time of shipment, there are a couple of guidelines that you should abide by with every item. First of all, it is best to ship appliances in their original packages. These boxes match the dimensions of the device and therefore will decrease the threat of any jolts during shipment damaging your cargo. To be very safe, you should fill all the empty spaces with Styrofoam or bubble wrap. With minor household devices, following these rules should be enough to guarantee their safe journey. However for big household appliances there are a few additional things to remember.

Ahead of beginning to prepare your appliances for the shipment, you should remove all the removable parts and ship them separately. That goes for all the shelves as well as drawers (from freezers, mainly) and racks (in dishwashers). During transportation, they are particularly exposed to jolts, which could damage either them or the device itself. Which is why it is better to take them out of the device, enclose them in layers of bubble wrap as well as ship individually.

The next step is to secure the doors and all the cords and water lines. Make sure that your appliance is dry, because any leaking during transportation could damage it for good. If you are transporting a washing machine, it is safest to secure the drum, to prevent it from moving during shipment. The drum is the most delicate element of the washing machine and also an important one – harming the drum may mean permanent damage and a need to buy a new washing machine. The next point is, as mentioned above, securing the doors. Regardless of whether you are or are not positive that the doors won’t open while on the road, you should still secure it with some tape to be certain it really won’t open on the road. There is a number of situations during shipment that might demand a hauler to unexpectedly turn or stop the vehicle and you need to be positive that the appliances won’t open even then. Doors that are not properly secured are prone to damages because the hinges are rarely very durable. After the doors are closed safely, you must think about cords as well as water lines. They should stay attached to the appliance (particularly if you have no expert knowledge about household appliances assembly), but you might want to bind them together (for example with some cord) to keep them from tangling.

After the doors as well as cords of your device are secured, you need to protect your load from dents and scratches. That means mostly wrapping the corners as well as protruding elements with some Styrofoam or cardboard. Then you can either put your device in a cardboard (if you have the original packaging or a container of similar size) or enclose the whole device in a considerable layer of bubble wrap. This part is very important – don’t forget that even what seems like a small indentation in your device might break it irreparably.

Afterwards these steps, you are ready to put the appliance in the hauler's vehicle. Remember that fridges, dishwashers and washing machines have to be shipped in an upward position to prevent any leaks. Additionally – if you are transporting household devices in very cold weather (around 0°C) you need to let it sit for at least eight h after coming to your destination before using it again. 

Household devices is a really wide category of things, and that influences what's the safest way to secure them for shipment as well as the smartest way to transport them. We could roughly arrange household appliances into two subgroups, all with individual smartest way of transportation – small household appliances as well as large household devices. In the first subcategory you’ll place every device that could easily fit into a passenger car, for example: microwaves, mixers, juice makers, toasters, boiling pots and so on. These items you can effortlessly ship inside your own car – either on one of the seats or in the trunk. Small household appliances also tend to be more durable on the road than the big household devices. In the large household appliances subgroup you will come across devices like: freezers, washers, washing machines, tumble-driers as well as many more. None of them may be safely shipped inside a passenger vehicle and therefore ought to be entrusted to professionals. 

No matter which household device you need to transport, when it comes to securing your cargo for the time of shipment, there are a couple of guidelines that you should abide by with every item. First of all, it is best to ship appliances in their original packages. These boxes match the dimensions of the device and therefore will decrease the threat of any jolts during shipment damaging your cargo. To be very safe, you should fill all the empty spaces with Styrofoam or bubble wrap. With minor household devices, following these rules should be enough to guarantee their safe journey. However for big household appliances there are a few additional things to remember.

Ahead of beginning to prepare your appliances for the shipment, you should remove all the removable parts and ship them separately. That goes for all the shelves as well as drawers (from freezers, mainly) and racks (in dishwashers). During transportation, they are particularly exposed to jolts, which could damage either them or the device itself. Which is why it is better to take them out of the device, enclose them in layers of bubble wrap as well as ship individually.

The next step is to secure the doors and all the cords and water lines. Make sure that your appliance is dry, because any leaking during transportation could damage it for good. If you are transporting a washing machine, it is safest to secure the drum, to prevent it from moving during shipment. The drum is the most delicate element of the washing machine and also an important one – harming the drum may mean permanent damage and a need to buy a new washing machine. The next point is, as mentioned above, securing the doors. Regardless of whether you are or are not positive that the doors won’t open while on the road, you should still secure it with some tape to be certain it really won’t open on the road. There is a number of situations during shipment that might demand a hauler to unexpectedly turn or stop the vehicle and you need to be positive that the appliances won’t open even then. Doors that are not properly secured are prone to damages because the hinges are rarely very durable. After the doors are closed safely, you must think about cords as well as water lines. They should stay attached to the appliance (particularly if you have no expert knowledge about household appliances assembly), but you might want to bind them together (for example with some cord) to keep them from tangling.

After the doors as well as cords of your device are secured, you need to protect your load from dents and scratches. That means mostly wrapping the corners as well as protruding elements with some Styrofoam or cardboard. Then you can either put your device in a cardboard (if you have the original packaging or a container of similar size) or enclose the whole device in a considerable layer of bubble wrap. This part is very important – don’t forget that even what seems like a small indentation in your device might break it irreparably.

Afterwards these steps, you are ready to put the appliance in the hauler's vehicle. Remember that fridges, dishwashers and washing machines have to be shipped in an upward position to prevent any leaks. Additionally – if you are transporting household devices in very cold weather (around 0°C) you need to let it sit for at least eight h after coming to your destination before using it again. 

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