[rescue] Suggestions for Shipping from UK to US

kaboom at scud.ca kaboom at scud.ca
Sun Mar 1 17:05:42 CST 2009

I would that the rate of 120 pounds for 10kg is a going rate. Dump sell or whatever in UK. Buy again in USA.  
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From: Lionel Peterson
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Subject: Re: [rescue] Suggestions for Shipping from UK to US
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Checked baggage on a flight that you hold a ticket on?

How heavy/big is this?


On Mar 1, 2009, at 4:10 PM, stephen price <sd_price at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Can anybody suggest how to ship from the UK to US "cost-effectively"?
> I recently received some light weight components and was stunned at
> the cost of the shipping.
> The package was sent via Parcel Force EMS Global Priority.  I was
> told by the shipper that it was the most cost effective that they
> could find & that it wasn't the weight but the volume that caused
> the excess charge.
> I need to have some more equipment shipped back to me in Texas, and
> I am asking any and all for suggestions.  The other equipment is
> heavier and larger than the first, and I'm not sure that my budget
> can sustain such charges.
> Suggestions welcomed off-list.
> thanks!
> steve price
> ft worth texas usa
> sd_price at yahoo.com
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