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Q: Cheapest shipping company for sending big packages of about 20kg back to Germany?

.. a very long delivery time is ok too....just for for some personal stuff that I don't want to throw away. Nothing of value actually.

What I found at China Post - paying for each 100g - seems way too expensive.

4 years 46 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Beijing

 
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try a global moving company....they will be your cheapest option.
they have space they need to fill and will do it at a good cost.
Google or bing global removelist in China and you will get leads .
good luck to you

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try a global moving company....they will be your cheapest option.
they have space they need to fill and will do it at a good cost.
Google or bing global removelist in China and you will get leads .
good luck to you

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