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  1. Any advice would be massively appreciated! We are in the process of packing up our house in the UK and getting it shipped to Perth. My husband is a diesel mechanic and has been for 15 years- he has a huge collection of tools and his tool box. He’s spent weeks cleaning them all but we are now not sure what to do with insuring them for the shipment. Should each tool be listed individually and should we cost each one or should just a general total for the whole tool box? He stated listing each tool on a spreadsheet today- 8 hours in and he’s only on box 4 out of 11 so if there is an easier way we would love to hear it!!
  2. Hello We hope to move to Australia soon on a 457 visa (with the hope/intention of becoming permanent residenets) My hubby's dilemma is whether or not to ship the tools of his trade ( i.e. he's a vehicle mechanic, so toolbox is what I mean) He has a job lined up and they want him to start asap. He has to provide his own tools. A friend has offered to lend him some in the meantime until our shipment arrives from UK. Question. Is it worth shipping his toolbox or would it be more cost effective to replace his tools in Perth when we get there? Any mechanics on this forum who could advise? Many Thanks
  3. Hi there, I am a mechanic currently in the process of relocating to Perth however am unsure how to go about organising to have my work toolbox shipped over. Any advice or recommendations would be much appreciated :biggrin:
  4. Guest

    Help shipping toolbox!!!!!!

    Hi. Im moving over soon and need to transport my toolbox over with me. Whats the best and most cost affective way of doing this????? It is large and heavy but not sure of exact weight. Any help will be much apprectiated. Thanks Chris
  5. Guest

    toolbox bit dirty

    I am a engineer and I have a toolbox with all my equipment in that I am taking with me, I have used it in factories for over 20 years. I have cleaned it but its still a bit dirty, will it be allowed when I get there ??
  6. pablo

    Good luck Toolbox

    Well thats it really,just want to wish me arl political sparring partner and his family all the best on their move to Adelaide,think its the 18th they go. We'l never agree on politics because he's a tory bas7ard :laugh:,but he's a good lad and a fellow Lpool supporter,so sincerely hope its all you want mate,heres a big kiss from me boxy lah:em4400::wink:,good luck and hold the fort till i sell the hse and have that scoop with yer:hug: