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Q: Shipping boxes from China to Europe

In terms of price and services, which company is among the most reliable to send boxes from China to Europe.

Doing door to door services for private individuals.

Thanks for the advices.

9 years 39 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Shanghai

 
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I need to ship some boxes from China to Switzerland this summer and a friend has suggested the following company:

http://www.sevenseasworldwide.com/

 

Apparently, they even provide boxes and packaging. Not sure how their prices compare with other companies, so I will be interested to see whether you get any other feedback!

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I will find a Chinese friend who can translate and visit China Postal Services and inquire there.  As long as you do not send anything forbidden, and you "register" the box, I have had very good luck with them, and their land service is dirt cheap.  But it will take 2 to 3 months to get there.  To register the last box was about 10 or 15 yuan extra.

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Thanks to all for your advices. I also asked China Post, and their price is quite acceptable, providing it's for sea shipping. Otherwise, it's pretty expensive. 

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I recently used allen.zheng@antsrelo.com      ,they moved all my gear from Dalian to Beijing even my 1 metre long model ships & broke nothing , reaaly good , prompt and on time 

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China Post Office for sure, surface delivery.  It will take about 2 - 3 months to reach Europe but it is relatively expensive.

 

Their website is also available in English -- look here please:

 

http://english.chinapost.com.cn/

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