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Topic # 62324 4-Jun-2010 01:04
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Got some books to sell on ebay.com.au, shipping from Christchurch ... some are light some are real fat and heavy. Looked at some courier companies most are nationwide only - any good trans-tasman parcel companies? Can't bear to find out how much NZ post charges!




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  Reply # 338166 4-Jun-2010 09:34
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http://fedex.com/nz/

http://www.new-zealand-courier.org.nz/html/international_serv.html

I use FedEx and NZ Couriers for overseas parcels.
You should give them ago. Does sound strange, but NZ Couriers do have an international service. Not to bad price wise. I think FedEx is expensive.

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  Reply # 338196 4-Jun-2010 10:26
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In the past I have used NZ Post for international courier.  It takes a day longer than DHL, was half the price of going direct to DHL and was delivered by DHL.

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