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I am looking at freight possibilities from the UK to Thailand.

Either a pallet or pallets or a 20ft or 40ft container.

Freight by Sea for cheaper price as time factor is not important.

Even adding to someone else who is freighting could be a viable proposition.

In the UK, I would be able to arrange to get the pallets or container to a freight company or port myself.

In Thailand, I would be able to collect the pallets from a port in Thailand.

I am based in the UK (North London) and Thailand.

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1 Medium Cube (146x112x187cm = 54x44x73inches) was about 700 GBP shipping plus added door to door service about an additional 400 GBP as I thought this was easier with all the customs work and with covid restictions in place in the UK and in Thailand so nothing required in the UK (once the on;ine forms completed) except the pickup slot and loading,  or at this (Thailand) end except agreeing the delivery slot and unloading in Issan..

 

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On 4/15/2021 at 9:28 AM, Scottish Thailander said:

1 Medium Cube (146x112x187cm = 54x44x73inches) was about 700 GBP shipping plus added door to door service about an additional 400 GBP as I thought this was easier with all the customs work and with covid restictions in place in the UK and in Thailand so nothing required in the UK (once the on;ine forms completed) except the pickup slot and loading,  or at this (Thailand) end except agreeing the delivery slot and unloading in Issan..

 

Thank you once again for that information.

 

I did try their web site for estimated costs:

          Herts to Bangkok (door to door)
Cube       max                                      £
Small Cube 112 x 96 x 187cm   1250 kg 697
Medium Cube 146 x 112 x 187cm   1250 kg 987
Large Cube 116 x 146 x 187cm   1250 kg 1827

 

I might consider taking the stuff to one of their depots in a van in the UK and then collect from their depot at the Thai port.

 

I am under the impression that I can get a 40ft container freighted for £1600 that would take 14 pallets but still got to do the calculations.

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