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shipping larger mounts overseas

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by oldterryr, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. oldterryr

    oldterryr Terry's in Heaven with no worries at all.

    i have a number of clients that would like larger mammals sent overseas - i know about the export license - what about the actual shipping - who does it
     
  2. Laurier

    Laurier Guest

    shop around for prices , and see if they will take big crates.
     

  3. We shipped several mounts to Hawaii via DHL. A 110 pound oversized crate was $267 going 2nd day air. I could not find anyone, including Yellow Freight, who would give us a better deal. Yellow Freight wanted $400 and it would have taken nearly a month by boat. UPS asked for $800. You might want to call DHL and see what they say (1-800-CALL-DHL). :)
     
  4. catman

    catman Active Member

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    CITES animals can be trouble.every country has their own little challenges.Size really matters if you are air freighting crates.The European Union has their rules on wood type.On and on.
    I would suggest a shipping agent. Contact Ursula Oliver at Freightsystems International.