Griska:Land freight

The definition we can find on the term land freight is broad, because depending on each country we may be referring to something different. While it is true that they all share the same logistics, it is important to define this term within International logistics in Mexico.

In Mexico we mean the transport or unit that is used to transport from point A to point B, and the range of options you have for this is quite wide (it will all depend on the need of each operation).

Types of ground units

Land freight in RABON

Width: 2.40 m

Height: 2.40m

Length: 5.00m

Load capacity: 8 t / 30 m3

Land freight at TORTON

Width: 2.40 m

Height: 2.40m

Length: 6.40m

Load capacity: 16 t / 40 m3

Ground freight in BOX 48'

Width: 2.40 m

Height: 2.70 m

Length: 14.50m

Load capacity: 28 t / 90 m3

Ground freight in BOX 53'

Width: 2.40 m

Height: 2.70 m

Length: 16.00 m

Load capacity: 30 t / 98 m3

Ground freight in REFRIGERATED BOX

Width: 2.40 m

Height: 2.70 m

Length: 14.50m

Load capacity: 28 t / 90 m3

Land freight in PLANA

 

Width: 2.60 m

Height: 3.60 m

Length: 9 m

Load capacity: 28 t 

 

Ground freight in LOW BOY

Width: 2.40 m

Length: 6 m

Load capacity: 36 t

How the costs for land freight are defined

To determine the freight cost for any route it should be taken into account that they are made up of two important factors, the first is fixed expenses (insurance, driver's salary, depreciation) and the second are variable expenses (petrol , oil, tolls) that change continuously so you have to be continuously updated on such changes.

Remember the importance of having a specialized partner that can help you ensure safe and efficient transportation at the best rates on the market.

Griska your best ally for all your ground freight with over 20 years of experience in the market.

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