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Best courier to use for large parts?

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I have a back box I'll be needing to send out at some point hopefully. What is the best courier to use for such an item? I'm thinking cheap cost (of course :lol:) and reliability of deliverance (important) in mind.

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my work (we sell woodburners) use www.transglobalexpress.co.uk as a price comparison sort of website. 

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+1 on ParcelMonkey and Parcel2Go. They compare quotes so depending on the size one courier might be better than the other. I've used Paisley Freight as well although from what I remember they were a 3rd party who outsourced the courier

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On 19/06/2018 at 17:55, myimportedbeast said:

Where is it going from and too as there maybe a club member that is going those ways?

Not sure yet, it's an exhaust back box. Waiting to find a buyer for it but wanted to get a head start on who to use

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On 26/06/2018 at 19:50, myimportedbeast said:

Where are you sending it from as I may be able to help 

Southampton, to where ever a buyer is... If ever I get one for it :lol:

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Ive just used UPS to send rocker and inlet to Norway :) and they were the cheapest and only took 3 days to get there :)

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Yer, ups is weird. There the most expensive to send stuff within the UK but one of the cheapest to send stuff abroad. I post parcels are cheap as, but expect anything you send to be broken unless you add an extra ton of bubble wrap to the weight, same with hermes.

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