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Old 14th May 2003, 02:20 PM   #1
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Hi, I was just wondering which companies people here have used for posting stuff about within Europe. At the moment I am looking to send a box of caps from the UK to Denmark, and I was wondering if anyone can recoment a good cheep service that is offered for that sort of delivery, as I have never posted anything over the size of a ltter outside the UK before.

If anyone can sujest someone, or post a link, it would be much apreciated.



P.S, I still have some of the 6800uF 120V caps left if people are interested. I have four left at 1.50 each plus whaterver postage costs are.
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Old 15th May 2003, 07:22 PM   #2
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Hi again

I use the Danish postal service for shipping things inside Europe. If you pack well there should be no problems.

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Old 15th May 2003, 07:27 PM   #3
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I think I am going to go with the Royal Mail's (UK postal service) surface mail, as it costs about four times less than UPS or FedEx, and I am ot to sure how easy it would be to pop into a Dansih Post Office. But thanks anyway.
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P.S, I still have some of the 6800uF 120V caps left if people are interested. I have four left at 1.50 each plus whaterver postage costs are.
If their still up I'll have them- drop me a line with your details and postage costs and I'll stick a cheque in the post
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Old 15th May 2003, 08:26 PM   #5
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Well - I did not expect you to go to Denmark to ship the pacage. What I was trying to say was - use your local postal service.

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Postal Service is by far the most cheap method of shipping.
UPS or FEDEX are extremely expensive for a small parcel. If you are a OEM you get a lot of discount after signing a contract I suppose.
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Yep, I would now have to completely agree with you two after what I have seen having a look about for the last couple of days. The national postal service is a lot cheeper than most other methods.
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Caps arrived yesterday, thanks for the extras
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Think notthing of it, after all, you did try and help out with the diodes for the cambridge amp (which I don't have any more, as it didn't give anyoutput and I don't realy have the time to try and fix anything at the moment, so it went back to the shop). Just hope they come in usefull.
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