Can I send an engine on a pallet?

Can I Send An Engine On A Pallet? 

When shipping an engine through our pallet network, there are a few things that you need to know first. Please read the following information with care before booking your engine pallet delivery.

How Do I Prepare The Engine?

Before you send an engine through our pallet network, the most important thing is to ensure that it is clean and free from all liquids, including water.

All liquids must be properly drained before your scheduled collection. You can cover the engine in an absorbent material if you wish. 

How Do I Secure The Engine For Transportation? 

The engine must always be placed at the centre of the pallet. Use of materials such as bubble wrap and ratchet straps can prove helpful when securing and protecting the engine.

To ensure safe and secure transportation of the engine, it will need to be wrapped and strapped prior to its collection. 

Our experts recommend having at least three inches of excess pallet surrounding the engine. This helps to prevent the engine from overhanging on the pallet should there be any movement during transportation.

With our pallet collection and delivery services, your engine must be secured to prevent it from shifting and tipping, or worst of all, becoming damaged in transit. 

How Much Does It Cost To Ship An Engine? 

Get a free quote today and then book in your cheap pallet delivery. We have a friendly customer care team and expert delivery drivers on hand to help you with whatever you may need. 

Our affordable pallet shipping services make us one of the most renowned pallet delivery companies across the UK and Europe.

You can send an engine safely and securely with our exceptional pallet delivery courier service, ensuring it arrives at the right place, at the right time. 

What Final Steps Do I Need To Take? 

Before using our pallet delivery service to safely transport your engine, you need to make sure the base of the pallet is strong enough to support the load, with all of our delivery services.

There also needs to be hard-standing ground on-site, at both locations, for the collection and delivery to take place. 

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