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Any advice for finding a hauler to collect 50 5m small diameter saw-logs to take from south Devon to Winchester (close to A38).

Where should I look & what sort of costs would I be looking at.

Any advice in the right direction would be excellent.

 

50 lenghts at 5m

Each log roughly 25cm diameter

 

Reckon that makes about 12.5m3 of timber total.

 

Thanks in advance.

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hello there are quite a few not so far from exeter webber transport , micheal watts , martin deimart , evans transport and simpsons haulage

 

timber cutter dartmoor should be able to give you a better idea than me

Edited by shavey

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Thanks for advice... I'll chase up on those leads. Michael Watts was helpful and suggested that for a small load a flat-bed might be a better option - as most haulers would charge for a full load.

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there is a guy in alresford nr winchester who only hauls logs. if you get stuck PM me and will see if i can locate him and find out

Is it possible for you to dig out these details please, am inhampshire and am liking for transport quotes.. Jr

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there is a guy in alresford nr winchester who only hauls logs. if you get stuck PM me and will see if i can locate him and find out

 

Nicky Brickwood is your man

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