[access-uk] Re: Computer shipping
- From: Joe Paton <joe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 07:09:37 +0100
I reckon that we have used all local couriers, and most national with local offices. None of them, yes none of them, are that careful. The answer is in the packing. Pack it well. whichever courier you use, your precious computer will be thrown from pallet to pallet, some where on the m1, so good packing is the answer. We haven't had any real trouble with missed delivery times, but they do occur.
City link or amtrack are worth a crack. Maybe even see what the post office have to offer with their parcel force operation.
best, Joe At 22:09 15/05/2006 +0100, you wrote:
What do people usually do if they need to ship their computer to another person for support work? I am specificly worried about the damage to the machine at either end of the delivery.
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