How to Choose Shipping Services for Heavy Equipment

Did you know, in choosing the best expedition to ship heavy equipment, there are a number of things to consider? Some of them can be seen from the cost and estimated time offered.

Therefore, you need to know how to choose a good and safe heavy equipment shipping company.

1. Company Feedback

All heavy equipment shipping companies registered with Tecdis partners will receive feedback in the form of stars beside their profile names. This can be used as your reference for making decisions. Feedback is purely filled by consumers who have already used the services of the company.

2. Heavy Equipment Expedition Profile

Although not all expeditions include drivers’ licenses and other letters, make sure they have the business license for shipping heavy equipment. If you feel still do not believe the license, discuss with them, and ask for evidence in the form of scans or photographs about the official permission.

3. Estimated Heavy Equipment Delivery Time

Each expedition will include the estimated time of the offer via message and email that you have filled in the form provided by the expedition.

Choosing an expedition that offers a faster time is a good thing. But, do not be too tempted by those who offer a very short time. To avoid bad service, you can use the services of Tecdis. They are professional Delivery installation specialist that you can rely on.

4. Choice of Insurance Services

Heavy equipment delivery is not easy. For this reason, Cargo always offers additional fees for using insurance services. This insurance is ready to accept the risk of damage and loss claims on the heavy equipment that you send.

5. Spend Time with Expedition to Discuss Needs

Prepare the time to open a question and answer session, either by chatting or by telephone, to discuss matters relating to the heavy equipment delivery process that will be carried out. Some of these things can be in the form below.

  • What equipment will be sent? Forklifts, tractors, cranes, or bulldozers.
  • What fleet will they use? Low bed trailer or flatbed.
  • How do they ship the heavy equipment? Door to door or port to port.

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