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    Sending a Pallett to Poland

    ola!

    My flat mate is moving back to Poland in september and needs to move
    all his stuff over.

    The companies that transport palletts that he's spoken to say that you need to have an account with them. He has found a few who would do it, but they don't offer any kind of insurance for it.

    Anyone have any ideas on companies that would transport the pallet AND insure it at the same time?

    Cheers!

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    Don't they have pallets in Poland?

    Usually pallets of stuff would be taken by a freight or groupage company rather than your normal run of the mill parcel service. It may take a few weeks as they tend to send a lorry once it's full. Best bet is check in the Yellow Pages for a groupage company near you and give them a buzz.
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    Has he tried Interparcel? loads of parcel companies on their books so he should be able to get one cheaper?
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