Overflow and oversize boxes

March 1994
Translog;Mar94, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p8
Reports that shipments in door-to-door service, overflow and oversize boxes will be packed and stuffed at origin residence unless the Personal Property Shipping Office authorized an exception. Limitation for overflow boxes; Construction of overflow and oversize boxes; Contact information.


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