[amayausers.com] Re: How to ship an amaya

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  • Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 15:48:52 UT

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Dear "All stitched up",
Shipping of a used machine can sometimes be almost half as costly as the 
machine itself.  This is definitely something to consider when purchasing a 
machine that is at a good distance from your location.

Machine transport is one of the services I offer along with being a Melco tech 
and trainer.

What I'm able to provide my customer's is verification that the machine is 
sewing well at the seller's location along with a report as to what may need 
replacement or updating before moving the machine.  Then I personally transport 
the machine and set it up at the buyer's location.  If training on the newly 
purchased equipment is requested, I can handle that as well (Melco certified).
Let me know if you would like more information.

Ed Orantes
Melco Tech & Trainer


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