Newly purchased propellers and those in need of balancing or repair (or having been repaired) are shipped as freight. That goes for all kinds of airplane propellers, including:
Damaged and out-of-balance propellers need to be shipped to a certified repair station or the original manufacturer for repair. FreightCenter has taken care of shipping them all, and all the biggest brands.
To keep your costs as low as possible and your peace of mind as high as possible, follow these tips.
Propeller blades are carefully designed and crafted. Any mishandling of your propeller could cost you in time and repairs. The blades of a propeller are at risk of being damaged during shipment. Take the extra time to make sure your propeller is protected properly by crating, the optimal way to protect any shipment that can be easily damaged if bumped by other items being shipped on the same truck.
Inside the crate, avoid any accidental scratches or scuffs by using bubble wrap, blankets or paper products to protect the most vulnerable parts of the propeller.
FreightCenter is where the best freight carriers compete for your business. We enable you to compare multiple carriers' rates and expected transit times in a matter of seconds. Then, you choose which carrier you want to handle your shipment. FreightCenter takes care of the rest.
Your first step is get an instant, online freight shipping quote.
Need help booking your airplane propeller shipment? Have questions about packaging? Have questions or concerns after you've booked your shipment? We have freight experts available to answer your questions. Get your free quote now or give us a call at 800.716.7608.