Author Topic: Do you need parts from the UK  (Read 1821 times)

Offline juddy

  • REMLR Inc
  • Veteran
  • *
  • Posts: 2516
  • THANKS 62
  • Location: Queensland
  • REMLR No: 352
Do you need parts from the UK
« on: May 25, 2012, 04:19:42 PM »
I have a LCL shipment leaving soon from the UK, if you require any parts that i can source, or you have something of your own, then theres a opportunity to ship with my load.

This is only LCL this time, so no full size land rovers allowed, however, I am bring over a 101 in a few months this will be in a 20ft container, but if theres another land rover involved i can change to 40ft...

PM, or email for further information...
1991 110 Truck Surveillance (RFSV), Winch MC2 *51-656*
2004 Truck, Carryall, Lightweight, Modified Military Special, With Winch, MC2/3 205-301, Haulmark PT1-1.2 *205090* No5 Trailer

Images 2008-2017 J Burton

Offline RobHay

  • Newbie
  • *
  • Posts: 35
  • THANKS 3
  • Location: Caboolture
  • REMLR No: 298
Re: Do you need parts from the UK
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2012, 10:00:40 PM »
Uhhhhmmmmm....whats an LCL shipment?

I know there are thousands of ya out there just too frightened to ask that question.
1964 Series IIA 109 Military Fire Tender. ARN 108-639;
1968 Series IIA 109 GS. ARN 174-217. and a Sankey Trailer.
In this job you have to be able to either run very fast or fight very well.......I am too fat to run

Offline Lionelgee

  • REMLR Inc
  • Full Member
  • *
  • Posts: 172
  • THANKS 19
  • Location: Bundaberg
  • REMLR No: 353PY
Re: Do you need parts from the UK
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2012, 03:48:38 PM »
Hello Rob,

Yes I wondered too ... and found this on the internet - sounds a reasonable explanation too...

There are two kinds of ocean shipments: LCL and FCL. FCL = Full Container Load. LCL = Less Container Load. An LCL container has more than one company's goods in it, so it's more expensive to ship because the freight company has to do more work. Many companies won't ship things LCL--they'll wait until they've got enough orders to fill a 20-foot container, then fulfill them all at once.Read more: Accessed 23rd July 2012

Kind Regards