Posted July 12, 2018 07:10:50I just stumbled upon an article that talks about a new Harbor Freights catalog.
It’s called “Up to 80% of Ship’s Haulage” and it describes how a “hobbyist” can build their own Harbor freight catalog and “sell it for up to 80%” of the cost.
I’ve never heard of this before, so I decided to check it out.
I found a link to the catalog on the Harbor Freighters website and purchased it for $6.99.
I’ve also heard that this catalog has a free shipping offer, so if you don’t want to spend a ton of money on shipping, you could get it for free.
The catalog is not as complete as I’d like, but it is very well organized and is well worth a look.
The catalog is designed to be an online shopping cart for freight and marine shipping.
There are 3 sections: shipping, handling and handling.
Each section has a “Buy Now” button that you click when you want to buy.
The “Haulage & Shipping” section has many pictures of ships and their status, which includes cargo, equipment and more.
The “Hear & Learn” section of the catalog has lots of information about each ship and its owner.
I’d say the majority of the information is accurate and easy to find, but I’m not sure I would recommend it.
You can search the catalog for ships by type, name, size, type of hull, etc. The information is presented in a “flat” format so it can be read on any page without having to flip pages.
I haven’t yet read a review for this catalog, but if it’s a good catalog, it should be worth a read.
This is a good place to start if you are interested in building your own catalog.
You won’t need any fancy equipment or fancy tools to get started, but there is a tonne of information on the catalog, and I can’t imagine you would need much of it.
I don’t know how I feel about Harbor Freighter, but this is an excellent place to get some shipping and marine supplies.
I’m hoping to get a Harbor Freighting order within the next week or so.