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    Freight & Cargo Transport in Fairburn


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    Business Listing   Frontier South - Fairburn, GA - Phone: (770) 306-0126


    Business Listing   Keyse Enterprises - Fairburn, GA - Phone: (770) 969-2151


    Business Listing   Keyse II - Fairburn, GA - Phone: (770) 774-0850


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    Helpful Definition for: Freight & Cargo Transport


    Fairburn has freight and cargo transport options available. This can be used for transporting both commercial and private goods. Shiiping services can be via road, sea or air transport, depending on the source of the goods and destination. The deliveries can be for heavy consignments such as vehicles, or door-to-door deliveries of personal items. Customs clearance is also taken care of by these companies. Quick, efficient and cost-effective freight solutions are desirable. The transport can be done in container options in the form of refrigerated units, flat rack and open top, dependin on the type of goods. Insurance for the good being transported is also available in Fairburn. Most such companies have warehouses at major airports and ports for storing the goods after customs clearance. After the documentation is over, it is sent to the recipient.

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