- Container freight – FCL
- Consolidated freight – lCl
- Customs clearances
- Door to door delivery
- Oversized cargo
- Short term storage
- Transportation / air / road / sea / rail
- Hunting Trophy Import & Export
- Fumigation services
This is a specialized service that we pride ourselves in being able to handle all trophy shipments from origin to your door.
It takes precise, accurate handling of all paperwork and constant communication with all stakeholders – the client, operators and taxidermists.
We offer all modes of transport and can advise on the most suitable options for your cargo
- and road transport
In 2016 we exported over 50 tons of cargo by air across the globe.
It is always very important to protect your trophy shipment. When dealing with Outbound it is advisable to have transport insurance, unless you have agreed on something else before you leave for your trip.
We offer In-transit insurance cover, covering you for accidental loss of damage of the cargo – fire, theft and storm damage.
The premium is 1% of the trophy fee, taxidermist fees if applicable and transport costs regardless of the way of transport (sea or air) and regardless from where in the world the trophy is shipped.
Export of general cargo – from household effects to perishables to delicate cargo, you can benefit from our experienced staff in the general cargo department.
We handle all types of products.
Starting with freight quotations including packing, trucking and fumigation all the way through airfreight or ocean freight cost.
These professionals can handle small packages or full container loads.
Included in this service is complete documentation.
We can assist in arranging the importation of any cargo from anywhere whether it is URGENT or FRAGILE – sea, air, road or courier.
Contact us for more information: email@example.com
Home Removals – Moving Home?
It’s extremely important to choose a professional. Moving home can be a stressful experience. It seems as though you have a million and one things to do! However, by choosing the right mover you will relieve yourself of much of the associated stress.
Our competent staff are trained professionals, who aim to make your moving day pass with ease. As well as being competent furniture movers, our staff are courteous, helpful and polite. We operate a truck complete with transit blankets, trolleys and webbing.
We have our own warehouse with full CCTV and alarm system. For customers that require mid-move or longer term storage, we are happy to assist. We also offer a full packing, part packing or owner packing service.
Packing ServicesIf you have delicate antiques, grand-father clocks or piano’s you are going to require a specialist to handle their relocation. Our staff undergo special training to move such items and have all the necessary equipment at hand to do their job properly.
Packing is a crucial part to any move, get it wrong and it’s a disaster! Our fully trained staff can assist you with all or part of your packing.
Track and Trace
All our shipments no matter what the mode – air, road and sea we will track and trace right up to your door. Emails will be sent for every shipment we handle up to the time of closing our file and you are happy.
Storage / Warehousing
We have a secure 1200m2 warehouse. Fully alarmed, insured and under 24hr CCTV surveillance.
Packing Goods Yourself
Alternatively, you can pack yourself by doing the following:
Marking Boxes and Cartons
Tape boxes using two lengths of tape, the first through the middle and across the seam (to hold the box together) the second along the seam (to seal the box.)
Do the same on the top of the box and write across the tape, using a permanent marker, the room where the box is to be placed and a brief description of the contents eg. BED 1 (shoes), KITCHEN (tinned food), etc.
Mark the appropriate boxes ‘FRAGILE’ to ensure careful handling and loading
What Boxes to Use
Smaller boxes should be used to pack heavy, small items such as books, cutlery and heavy ornaments. Long stemmed glasses, delicate ornaments, very fragile china, glasses and small pictures should also be packed in these boxes. Books, for the most part, should be packed flat. They may be packed on their edges, but never with the opening facing downwards as this may break the binding. Pictures and records should be packed on their edges.
Medium sized boxes are the most commonly used and are used for most other household effects such as pots, pans, glass, china, ornaments, pictures, clothing, food, etc. When packing china plates they should be placed on their edges, never flat, on the bottom of the box in batches of three or four, with paper between each plate. When the bottom of the box is covered continue filling with heavy china, Pyrex, mugs, bowls, vases etc. On top of this place glass and china (pack glasses upright.) Fill the boxes to capacity using soft items such as pillows, cushions, towels. It is also a good idea to place soft items between each layer of china. Do not overfill the boxes; keep them square and in shape.
Larger boxes should be used for lighter items such as clothing, light linen, shoes, bedding, toys, etc. You may also pack light pots and pans in these cartons. Keep back sufficient large boxes for packing of bedding in current use and mark boxes accordingly ie. Bedroom 1, Bedding.