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Shipping Couriers

Discussion in 'Payment & Shipping' started by Saajan, Apr 15, 2006.

  1. Saajan

    Saajan

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    Below are a list of Shipping Couriers which you can use to ship your parcels:

    FedEx UK
    http://www.fedex.com/gb/

    DHL UK
    http://www.dhl.co.uk/publish/gb/en.high.html

    UPS UK
    http://www.ups.com/content/gb/en/index.jsx

    Royal Mail
    http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm

    Parcelforce
    http://www.parcelforce.com/

    TNT
    http://www.tnt.com/

    Interparcel
    http://www.interparcel.com/

    Parcel2Go
    http://www.parcel2go.com/

    eCourier
    http://www.ecourier.co.uk/

    USPS
    http://www.usps.com/

    City Link
    http://www.city-link.com/

    World Options
    http://www.worldoptions.co.uk/

    ParcelHub
    http://www.parcelhub.co.uk/


    Be sure to press the 'Thanks' button if this list helped.
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  2. Empulse

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    Great list.

    I'd recommend: DHL, FeDex and TNT.
    Their service and quality is quite similar, DHL has my preference.

    I wouldn't recommend UPS, they are slighthly cheaper, but anti-social employees, at least, here in the Netherlands.
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  3. Saajan

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    Thanks Empulse ;)
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  4. Supremetronics

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    i would recommend royal mail, if you are posting within UK and its special delivery.
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  5. JMGames

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    I would recommend UPS (They guarantee the delivery date and are a little cheaper)

    I would stay away from DHL for Time Sensative items as they take 2 days to clear their items thru customs (UPS/FEDEX takes 2 hours)
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  6. Saajan

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    Hi,
    Thanks for your comment JMGames ;)
  7. Supremetronics

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  8. Empulse

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    Situation in Europe differs...
    UPS employees are like... butchers?
  9. Anthony

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    Excellent List -- Have Stickied it .. ;)
  10. Saajan

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  13. Saajan

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  14. iain123

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    The website works fine, You have put a j instead of a k.
    Just click the link.
  15. TheoLan

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    Hi!

    I normally use FedEx to ship, just wondering if I register to have a company account with them, does the price change alot?

    Thanks
  16. CHAMPOMY

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    hi all

    what is the best carrier for a european delivery?
    thanks
  17. Anthony

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    DHL are pretty well thought of.. ;)
  18. andrewbowe

    andrewbowe Banned Member

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    Parcelforce have always done well for me with their easy online order system
  19. CHAMPOMY

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    what do you think about postvan?
    i need a courrier to pick my merchandise in the uk at low prices
  20. huzayltrading

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    I have company account with fedex. The advantage of having an account with courier service is that :

    1) no need to pay immediately for the shipment (pay end of the month when the invoice sent to you by fedex, dhl or etc etc)

    2) if buyer - you can do "Import shipment" which wil be charge into your account.

    3) There will be discount based on your account activity (how frequent your shipment is)
    jojo vb, Elson Cham and ComingOfAge88 like this.

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