The COVID-19 pandemic kept travelers at home for much of 2020, but as the world begins to open back up, many people are reaching for their passports. Unfortunately, many people are also finding that those passports are expired.
When it’s time to package a shipment, the search for the right box or container can be frustrating. Instead of rummaging through the old boxes in your closet or garage, you’ll need to purchase new boxes.
Freight shipping refers to the transportation of large shipments of commodities and goods via air, land, or sea. A freight shipment is generally anything that exceeds 150 pounds and 165 inches in length plus girth.
Shipping containers are valuable assets for storage, construction sites, relocation, and even as full-time homes. These large containers offer ample space and reliable security, but they aren’t necessarily designed for easy transportation.
If you’re planning a snowboarding trip, don’t get caught lugging around your board any longer than you have to. It might seem like a good idea to bring your board along for the ride, but shipping it to your destination is the way to go.
After the struggle of moving all of your heavy and awkwardly shaped furniture, it might seem like packing and moving a rug offers you a much needed break. After all, a rug’s square or rectangular shape allows it to easily be rolled and carried. But now is not the time to cut corners.
From professional shredders to aspiring pickers, guitar players are notoriously careful when transporting their prized possessions. But many musicians have never had to ship a guitar long distance. Shipping a guitar long distance isn’t as easy as tossing it in the case and sending it on its way.
The first thing you'll want after the long process of relocating is the warm comfort of your bed. You'll likely spend the first few weeks in your new home sorting through boxes, unpacking, and trying to conserve your energy for the following day.
If you've never done it before, you may be scratching your head at how to manage effectively packing and shipping your bike without causing any damage or running up a monster of a bill.