Quoting from [Elecpack]:Choose a best way to ship you goods in business ---by air!
I'm new to this. Is this for any country? What is the best way to ship to the Philippines? Can you give me your contact information for TNT?
Yes, this method for all countries. as for Choosing the best way to ship to Philippines, you can contact UPS,DHL,TNT etc, tell them your weight of goods, and ask them to quote you the price, but, usually a cooperated with one of them would get a good price, such like me, I usually ship by TNT, as I cooperate with them, and they give me a disccount of 60%.
for your contact to TNT: www.tnt.com
Quoting from [loyals]:
Well I don't think so the courier companies like FEDEX or TNT would be a cost-effective choice for shipments above the weight 100 kgs.. I think every business person is price conscious and the best way to get your shipment shipped is through local freight forward who can offer you much cheaper rates esp for shipments that are over 100 kgs!!!
Quoting from [davadi]:I've ever shipped over 100kgs, and the price is good.
I agree with loyals'opinion, the best way is through local freight forward who can offer you much cheaper rates for shipments that are over 100kgs
Apollo Exports International can do the whole process from the picking up goods from factory in China, to them arriving at your door, in between 3-7days, recorded delivery.
And there is simply 1 set price of £7.95 per KG (and that inlcudes all VAT, customs, and truck service both ends).
It would be wise to compare the parcel prices quoted by nationalized parcel companies like royal mail parcels against those that are offered by private courier companies. FedEx, UPS, DHL all provide reliable service and good tracking options, but the cost may a little on the higher end