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Topic # 227463 8-Jan-2018 11:44
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Hi all, please move if there is a better topic.


I am after suggestions for the best (read best value) courier to use for the return of a relatively bulky item


(around 1m x 25cm x 25 cm and around 10 Kg)


 


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  Reply # 1932152 8-Jan-2018 11:45
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Check out mainfreight. Don't know if they're best but they're an option.





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  Reply # 1932160 8-Jan-2018 11:54
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and try NZ Couriers. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1932347 8-Jan-2018 18:49
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Castle Parcels for sure. Cheapest of the lot.

 

But you would have to be in a main centre, they don't have branches in the smaller towns.


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  Reply # 1937405 11-Jan-2018 21:38
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Most have websites that will quote you their price if you know the dimensions, destination, and weight.

Which is cheapest actually changes depending on many factors.

 

 

 

Best case - you work for a company that ships a lot and has a contract deal and your boss is nice enough to let you do personal stuff every so often.




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  Reply # 1937447 12-Jan-2018 01:34
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Thanks to all - ended up using Fastway based on Web quote - relatively cheap and a local dropoff point around the corner.


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