Backloading is a common phrase used by removalists to describe an inexpensive removal option. What backloading means? In order for a moving company to maximise their downtime and increase profit, backloading removals services are available for trucks that are returning from a moving trip empty and can carry a load back to its starting point.
If you take advantage of our backloading opportunity, you will only pay for the space your boxes and furniture take-up on a moving truck going in one direction. Moving trucks are always available; as such backload moves allow you to take advantage of the available truck-space on short notice.
In essence, you are taking advantage of a removalist’s excess inventory since they would prefer to move your belongings as they return back to home-base, instead of driving on a vacant truck. This is in reality a win-win situation for both parties. Backloading is a great idea if you have a small amount of belongings to move.
It can also be a dexterous way to ship bulky items such as furniture’s if you have someone on the other end to meet the truck.
Our team of backloading removalists offer good value backloading services on a number of interstate backloads Australia routes, such as: