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Old 13-03-12, 01:27 PM   #1
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Has anyone had experience of a courier doing a collection for you and shipping to you?,i am looking to buy something in the uk and getting it delivered to ireland and need to arrange collection myself.Anyone got any suggestions?Tried dhl website and it is certainly not user friendly
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Old 13-03-12, 01:39 PM   #2
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must admit ive used dhl as they are about the best. did it all online no problems at all..i think youll find most will be the same ie enter the size and weight ect ect.if i remember right i even had it deliverd the next day with full tracking ect..
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I am looking at wheels so not sure how to size them for quote is it by 4?Might have to call one of them
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Old 13-03-12, 02:56 PM   #4
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if it was me id phone them and ask about how to size them as like you said its x4 never done wheels before should be interesting to see how much they come back with..i think imo they would expect the size to be stacked ontop of each other shrink wraped and then give size of wheels as a square hight width depth and weight thats how id do it but best to phone and make sure..
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I think stacking them makes them to heavy to handle.I got wheels a couple of years ago from wheelbase and it was 50 pound for delivery they came individually.
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Try these mate.

Parcel2Go | Courier Services | Express Parcel Delivery Company

I have used these in the past when i had a shop on ebay.
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Old 13-03-12, 04:29 PM   #7
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yea good point didnt think of that lol best phone them up and see how they want them..
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i use Parcel Delivery from Interparcel can colect same day delivery next day and can pay using paypal great service
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Well got my answer.Incase anyone wants to know for future info

Dear Mr J O Gorman,

Thank you for your email.

You would need to enter the details as four separate parcels. When getting a quote you would need to click on the orange + button to open up more lines for extra parcels.

If you have any further problems, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards,

Nicole Bown
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Old 13-03-12, 06:41 PM   #10
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ouch hope it dont work out too expensive for you let us know who you end up using and how much they charge..
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