Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Rocking Horse Organisation Backs Anglo Pacific

Twenty Five year-established Classic Rocking Horses just finished a 3rd successful delivery with Anglo Pacific. Having already sent important equine cargo to Canada and Australia, dappled-grey ‘Sabre’ just came to New Zealand - much to the delight of his new owner.

Describing Sabre as “the most spectacular rocking horse I have ever encountered”, client Alison, located in Tauranga on the North Island, was especially happy about the international removals service provided by Anglo Pacific.

“Sabre arrived in Tauranga 2-3 weeks ago and the moving agents were wonderful helping me process the important papers and paying out the customs duty here in New Zealand,” states Alison. Both delivery gents were super; they uncrated him on the truck and then brought him to the front door and in the house, positioning him in the exact same space my husband and I had decided upon after much debate. Then they proceeded to complete the unwrapping, got me to check him over and sign him off, then Sabre was basically mine."

With rates varying between £2,300 and 3,500 pounds for a Dappled Grey Classic, dependent on the size, these impressive hand crafted works of art must be managed properly.

Jean Tildesley, founder of Classic Rocking Horses, with husband Brian, says, “Anglo Pacific’s Artwork packaging service meets our business. They box and load very carefully, clear customs at each end, and unpack and remove the crate - a definite plus compared with numerous companies who'll deliver kerbside only. I can also get a concrete quotation rapidly, which is beneficial in closing a sale.”

Classic Rocking Horses has been rebuilding classic horses and creating new ones for more than twenty-five years. During that time frame they've delivered them across the globe from Norway to the Netherlands and Singapore to Shanghai, nevertheless a good number of clients naturally tend to be UK-based. Huge production isn’t ever going to be a goal, just horses of the very best quality.

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