Do You Make These 9 Studio Transportation Mistakes?
Posted by PMLogistics on September 24th, 2014
Working for the movie industry can be really fun. It allows you to meet a lot of celebrities. You get to experience first-hand how a movie is made. You also get to see what happens behind the scenes. It is an exciting field to be in and you are quite lucky to be in it knowing that a lot of people out there are doing everything they can to be a part of it all.
Of course, the perks do come with responsibilities and yours is to make sure that studio transportation becomes successful each and every time. It is very essential that you do know that you do this right because you would not want to be spending the company’s budget for each day wasted because you did the whole thing wrong. Are you making these nine studio transportation mistakes? Don’t.
- You do not keep any documentation. This is a very bad idea. Make sure that you keep documentation of your transaction because it will serve as your part of the contract. Keep that because just in case anything untoward happens, you have the documentation as your ticket.
- You just choose whichever you come across first or sounds nice. Choosing a company does not happen that way. Just because you like the sound of a company’s name, you go with it. It is important that you do the right research regarding it. So if you think that Pyramid sounds nice, go ahead and research about it.
- You do not learn about the company. Know more about that company you have chosen. There are plenty of ways to do that. One would be to check the studio transportation company’s website. Another would be to ask people. You can also check reviews and feedback.
- You do not specify what you need. Movie set transportation may need you to specify the things you need for the move. Be sure that you let the company know about what special things the move may need so that they can prepare for it.
- You do not check the items before and after the move. Yes, you may trust the movie vehicle transportation company that is doing the job but make sure that you do your part too. Check the items before you load them and then check them after. That way, in case some may be missing or may have gotten damaged, you can go after the company that you had chosen.
- You do not make a checklist. To have an easy way of checking everything that is included in the studio transportation job, have a checklist ready. List everything that goes in and check if all of these go out.
- You think you can do everything yourself. You may be on the set of Superman and you need movie set transportation of everything there. But you cannot do it yourself. Have the movie vehicle transportation company help you out with the packing especially with the fragile items.
- You go with a company that does not have insurance. That is a bad move. What if something untoward happens? Who is going to pay for any damage or loss?
- You choose the wrong vehicle for the move. Be very specific about the vehicle. Go with the right one that could accommodate all that you need to transport.
About the Author:-
Ron Morgan is the market representative for Pyramid Logistics. Pyramid Logistics specializes in studio transportation, movie set transportation , mobile exhibit tours and electronic transportation services that are responsibly priced, timely, efficient, damage free and in conformity with the highest industry standards.