- Shipping Heavy Equipment For Komatsu
- Heavy Equipment Pricing & Time To Ship Examples
- Dealing With Overseas Heavy Equipment Transports
Shipping Heavy Equipment for Komatsu
By going through an experienced transporter for the delivery of your Komatsu equipment, you’re ensuring that it arrives in the same condition it was in before the transport. It is very unlikely that any damage will occur to your cargo while it’s in the care of professionals. Nonetheless, to ease the fear of many machinery shipping customers, the transporter will insure the entire value of your equipment under their own insurance policy.
Heavy Equipment Pricing & Time To Ship Examples
|Shipping To/FroM||Cost||Distance||Estimated Time In Transit|
|Omaha to Atlanta||$1720||983 miles||3 - 5 days|
|Colorado Springs to Raleigh||$2896||1655 miles||5 - 7 days|
|Virginia Beach to Kansas City||$2060||1177 miles||4 - 6 days|
|Minneapolis to Tucson||$2858||1633 miles||5 - 7 days|
|Detroit to Aurora||$1547||884 miles||3 - 5 days|
|New Orleans to Oklahoma City||$1239||708 miles||3 - 5 days|
|Newark to Denver||$3090||1766 miles||5 - 7 days|
|Buffalo to Seattle||$2378||1359 miles||4 - 6 days|
Dealing with Overseas Heavy Equipment Transports
The system and practices of shipping Komatsu products overseas is a little more detailed and challenging than a domestic transport. It requires knowledge of foreign policies as well as the right shipping equipment. Flatbed ships are often used to carefully carry your equipment over the vast waters to the port nearest its home. The Komatsu equipment is fastened securely to the top of the ship where it is tended to by shipping professionals.
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Dealing with foreign import laws is usually the most difficult part of an international transport. The laws of another nation are often strict and hard to comply with. Luckily, a transport company with experience in international transports will find it much easier to deal with these tasks. They’ll also help you prepare the proper documentation to provide Customs with including proof of paid import taxes.
Another issue associated with open air deliveries made internationally is that some ports deny this form of transport. If the port of the nation you’re delivering to won’t accept open air shipping, the cargo is delivered to the nearest port that will accept it. From there, a form of open air ground transport is often used. During the transfer of the Komatsu equipment, all precautions are taken to assure its safety.