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How Smart Shippers Save Money Dismantling Construction Equipment
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In the 1960s the roll-on / roll-off car carrier first came into use for commercial shipments. Today most rolling equipment is shipped on these carriers, including construction equipment and machinery. While ro/ro shipping is normally the most economical form of shipping, today savvy machinery buyers have figured out a more low-cost method of shipping high heavy construction equipment; machinery dismantling. If you are looking for a way to cut down on your international heavy equipment shipping costs, consider dismantling your equipment and loading the pieces inside a container.
So how do you get a large bull dozer small enough to fit inside a container? When dismantling a bull dozer, motor grader or excavator, most external pieces such as the blade, ripper, or bucket can be removed. In addition to the attachment pieces the cab and/or tires can also be removed in order for the unit to fit inside the container. When it comes to dismantling equipment and shipping overseas in containers, here are a few tips:
-Find a reputable international shipping company with experience dismantling and shipping high-heavy construction equipment. You want to make sure that you are dealing with a dismantling company who has experience taking apart your type of equipment in order to avoid damaging the unit.
-Even though dismantling construction equipment can save money on your international shipping cost from the USA, you must first make sure that you have a company at the destination port capable of putting the unit back together again
-Most ports still require you to clear the bill of sale with USA customs, even though the unit has been dismantled into several pieces. Therefore you must make sure to have the original bill of sale available for your shipping agent.
-Unfortunately, certain units cannot be dismantled small enough to fit inside a container. Once you provide the international shipping company with the make and model of your unit, they will be able to confirm whether it can be dismantled.
The above tips show you how easy it is to dismantle and ship your construction equipment inside containers. Save money on your international construction equipment shipping costs and consider dismantling your cargo. Dismantling equipment and shipping inside containers is especially economical to certain destinations that have expensive roll-on / roll-off shipping costs. If you are shipping equipment to North Africa, Australia, Asia, South America or the Middle East, compare the cost to ship your unit using ro/ro service versus dismantling and shipping inside a container.
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