[AusNOG] Sensitive Freight Shipping

Colin Stubbs colin.stubbs at equatetechnologies.com.au
Wed Jan 14 17:07:35 EST 2015

+1 regarding Pack'and'Send domestically. Not sure about international but
I'd be willing to try them if they offer it.

I've had them pick up ebay/etc purchases in other states; and they were
really on the ball ensuring sensitive electrical gear is packaged properly
for transport. One particular seller that I recall shouldn't be permitted
to package Big Mac's let alone electronics given the photos I saw later on;
P&S sorted it out independently and within the cost they originally quoted.


On 14 January 2015 at 15:53, Shane Chrisp <shane at 2000cn.com.au> wrote:

> On 14/01/15 13:32, Greg Lipschitz wrote:
> Thanks for the idea. I just contacted the local Pack and Send and they
> were very helpful on the phone and the pricing was a lot better than I
> expected as well.
> Shane
>  We have outsourced this to Pack and Send before – they will package it
>> and give you options with regards to the best company to use.
>> They’re not cheap, but they were very helpful (this does also depend on
>> the franchisee)
>> Cheers,
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