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International Shipping Tip from Atlanta, Georgia

Sending barrels instead of boxes from Atlanta, GA via Ocean Freight Shipping to a port in Central America or the Caribbean can save you time and money. The new 77 Gallon Open-Head Plastic Barrel allows you to ship a lot more freight in one shipment than any Large Box or the 55 Gallon Reconditioned Plastic Barrel. Needless to say, sending two 77 Gallon Barrels would allow you to ship almost twice as much cargo and at an affordable price. The 77 Gallon Open-Head Plastic Barrel has a suggested retail value of $58 at any Caribbean Store near you. But if you are one of the customers that ships regularly, CentEx Cargo can assist you with getting those 77 Gallon polydrums or Plastic Barrels at a wholesale price of $45 plus the cost of transport and delivery – i.e., minimum of 10 barrels and maximum of 350 barrels per order. From Atlanta, GA, you are looking at an average cost of $150 to ship one Barrel of Household Goods to any port in Central America or the Caribbean whereas shipping a Large Box can run you as much as $500. Besides, sending Barrels via Ocean Freight can save you up to 70% off if using ‘UPS and FedEx rates’ to ship from Atlanta, GA to Central America and the Caribbean. This is by far the more affordable way to ship Household Goods from Atlanta, GA to the Caribbean.

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2 thoughts on “International Shipping Tip from Atlanta, Georgia

    1. Unfortunately, we don’t have the 77 gallon open head jumbo plastic barrels available in that Zip Code. We have the 55 gallon open head plastic barrels and the 75 gallon open head fiber barrels in 94044 zip code.

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