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Offline Mikey

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International postage
« on: November 07, 2008, 07:21:49 PM »
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Ecosse wrote:
I need some postage for over to Norway, needs to have compensation for £2k (which I'm finding is the killer for quotes, most only offer up to £500) as it's for some car parts I'm selling.

Anyone got any ideas?



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Shop around would be my advice, but you could start with the UPS home page. Not at work now otherwise I'd have given you a starting price. Time-In-Transit can be a factor as well
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Re: International postage
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2008, 09:23:41 AM »
Cheers Mikey :)

I've been having a look around, and most places want me to start an account before they will give a quote :(

I've emailed the guys at Parcel2Go.com who I usually use, but they only have comp up to £500, so hopefully there might be something they can do for me :D
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Re: International postage
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2008, 11:26:18 AM »
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Cheers Mikey :)

I've been having a look around, and most places want me to start an account before they will give a quote :(

I've emailed the guys at Parcel2Go.com who I usually use, but they only have comp up to £500, so hopefully there might be something they can do for me :D
You should be able to pay cash with most companies, certainly UPS & Interlink, It's a con to get the rest of your business......if you have any :D
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