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Shipping Implements

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07-24-2001 13:32:51

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Where do I start to figure out how to ship a tractor implement from NY to Seattle, Washington?
We are two private individuals with no company involved to deal with the shipping details. Any ideas on where to start?

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07-25-2001 08:12:32

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 Re: Shipping Implements in reply to Robert, 07-24-2001 13:32:51  
I once had good luck by calling trucking companies and freight forwarders on both ends. Describe your load ask them to call you when they have a little space left to fill. You'll need to be able to load and unload (or have access to docks. They also prefer stuff on pallets so they can shuffle as needed enroute.
Good luck

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07-24-2001 14:56:29

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 Re: Shipping Implements in reply to Robert, 07-24-2001 13:32:51  
Check the yellow pages. Some shippers will pick up at your place and deliver. Some, you may have to take package to them and recipient has to pickup at dock. Make several calls to different companies . They will be glad to answer your questions.

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07-24-2001 14:03:39

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 Re: Shipping Implements in reply to Robert, 07-24-2001 13:32:51  
Look to your left and click on hauling schedules there is a large group of people running around the country hauling old stuff

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