A move is a project that involves many constraints that a private individual or a professional must absolutely resolve before the arrival of the day. One of these constraints is the budget, because depending on the volume to be moved, it could require a rather significant cost. However, certain formulas such as organised transport can lead to more or less substantial savings, especially when it involves travelling a long distance. 

What is organised transport?

Also known as "grouped transport", this formula allows a private individual or even a professional to benefit from a significant discount if they move at the same time using the same truck as another client. Of course, this is for moving small volumes. The advantage of this formula is twofold, as it allows both the client and the transport or removal company to benefit. Thus, instead of returning empty, the professional can mutualise the costs of the trip (fuel, time and even the toll when travelling long distances on the motorway). For the customer, this solution makes it possible to make significant savings on transport. 

Obviously, for a customer to benefit from this formula, the mover must have a journey to the same destination at the same time. Also, there may be a day or two difference (before and after the move) between the moving date of two clients, so each of them must adapt to these constraints in order to benefit from this formula.

How to benefit from an organised move?

To benefit from a cheap removal transport contract, there are several removal companies, most of which are accessible online. A simple search on the web is all it takes to find hundreds of companies providing these services. But first you need to have several quotes, compare them and then choose the removal company offering the best value for money. Furthermore, there is no need to contact the removal companies one by one, as it is possible to publish a request on an online platform, such as WebTransportDeal, whose website link is: https://www.webtransportdeal.com.

For a smooth running of the contract, the client will have to make sure that the selected service provider provides all the desired services. To do this, he should not be content with filling out a form or writing a few lines to explain his removal project. He should not hesitate to contact the removal professional by speaking to him in person.

Does organised or grouped transport guarantee a cheap move?

In order for a customer to benefit from a cheap removal transport contract, it is important to distinguish between transport and removal. For transport, a service provider is only responsible for transporting the goods from the departure address to the destination address, it is in fact a simple transport contract.

Moving, on the other hand, is different. Indeed, for the latter, the remover is called upon to carry out more or less varied services according to the needs and budget of his client. If the client opts for a complete package, the removal company will take care of everything, from packing the items in boxes and crates, to dismantling furniture and unplugging household appliances. Obviously, it is the professional who loads the goods into the truck or trucks, and the removal company will then proceed to unload them, reassemble the furniture and connect the electrical appliances. Sometimes, he is even called upon to unpack the boxes.

However, the complete formula is not at all economical, which is why, for a cheap removal transport contract, the private individual must take care of certain tasks himself or by calling on his relatives. He can pack and put the items in the boxes, call on a friend or two to dismantle his furniture and unplug household appliances. Depending on their budget, they may entrust the loading of boxes, furniture and appliances to the professional or call on their friends, if necessary. The disadvantage is that the latter, being inexperienced, do not master the gestures and techniques that ensure proper handling. In addition, they must have certain tools and equipment necessary for transporting household appliances from home to the truck, such as the devil, the forklift and the strap.