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    I am going to need to ship something a little on the large side and very fragile. Can anyone give me a few ideas?..... Like HELP!!!!!
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    Bob,
    Your best be would be to contract it out to a shipping firm if you are not comfortable with the original vendor. They have DHL/UPS/FedEx in every country. Possibly go local and work out the detail for them to pickup, pack and ship.

    Just a thought.
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    You could also get in touch with a local trucking company, maybe they are doing runs to a particular area.

    It is also possible to get something put on the bus or train, maybe that is a better idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Reed View Post
    I am going to need to ship something a little on the large side and very fragile. Can anyone give me a few ideas?..... Like HELP!!!!!
    Hi! Bob. I guess it depends on where your shipping to.

    How bout http://www.midlandtransport.com/homepage.asp


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    What is it Bob, a huge easter egg?

    All jokes aside, what are the dimensions and weight? Some shippers have a premium product with additional care to specific shipments. (and a premium price)
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