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Flying Heavy Engineering Goods: A Practical Approach

Introduction To Flying Heavy Engineering Goods Flying heavy engineering goods by air  is not an impossible task. However, the shipper will be at an advantage, if  all necessary preparations have been made in advance, especially those abroad. Local preparations are to be done together with the freight forwarder. Keep It Simple Air freight is fast, effective […]

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Planning Air Freight Consolidation – A Short Description

Planning Air Freight Consolidation Planning air freight consolidation is directed at those who are new to air freight consolidation. A few points are for the attention of shippers (aka consignors). Unnecessary theory will be avoided. Only practical points. Air Freight Consolidation Goals An example of what happened in the real world : A large piece of

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International Air Freight Consolidation – In Short

International Air Freight Consolidation – A Short Explanation This article is for those who are not conversant with the process of international air freight consolidation, or for those who are newcomers into the field and as such it will be kept as simple as possible. Why Use Freight Consolidation? The simplest answer to the question is saving

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Floor Load Capacity Limit – Air Freight Packaging

Introduction Floor Load Capacity limit is usually a factor unknown to the shipper. However, it is useful to understand this concept, so that the packaging can be optimised. Air freight packaging must be strong enough to withstand fast operational procedures. Forklifts, pallet-jack handling, moving, sliding, vibrations etc are all factors that need to be taken

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