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    I'm looking at sending a package weighing around 2 kilos or so to NZ by courier.Does anyone have any idea which company I should use and around how much it would cost?

    Thanks

  • #2
    I canft, for obvious reasons, supply the name of a suitable courier over the net. But you can usually find them spot someone suitable hanging round full moon trance festivals. Typically theyfll want the airfare and $5000 - $10000. If the gpackageh is to be taken in a single unit then obviously theyfll want a little more. And letfs face it taking a 9 hours flight to Auckland with a 2kdgstash up your anus is probably worth it!

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    • #3
      Use EMS via the Japan Post. Any courier is going to cost you 2-4 times more than EMS, and EMS is just like a courier. I've used EMS quite a lot to NZ and it takes only 2-4 days to reach the person. 2kg to NZ is 4000 yen.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by OtakuLife
        Use EMS via the Japan Post. Any courier is going to cost you 2-4 times more than EMS, and EMS is just like a courier. I've used EMS quite a lot to NZ and it takes only 2-4 days to reach the person. 2kg to NZ is 4000 yen.
        try to resend a mobile phone with a small ox less than 1 kg to Malaysia cost me $Y7500 with DXX should try to go in the web!
        With EMS they are strictly to send electronic items! but its cheap!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ayinchan
          With EMS they are strictly to send electronic items! but its cheap!
          You can send just about anything with EMS (except illegal items, chemicals, etc.). It's recommended for fragile goods, electronics, jewelry, etc.

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          • #6
            EMS info in English:
            http://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/ems/index_en.html

            EMS rates by region & weight:
            http://www.post.japanpost.jp/english/fee/intel/ems.html

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            • #7
              Mobile Phone CANNOT send

              Originally posted by OtakuLife
              You can send just about anything with EMS (except illegal items, chemicals, etc.). It's recommended for fragile goods, electronics, jewelry, etc.
              i went to post office, i want to send my mobile phone to Malaysia )its used mobile that bought in Malaysia, consider to resend to Malaysia) The post office say CANNOT send mobile phone. For me mobile phone is electronic item.
              cheers

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              • #8
                Sorry for any confusion. I replied to this statement:
                Originally posted by ayinchan
                With EMS they are strictly to send electronic items! but its cheap!
                You said EMS is "strictly to send electronic items!" You are now saying something different. It's really no big deal though.

                I was only clarying that you can send more than electronic items (just about anything unless it's illegal).
                Illegal items are noted here:
                http://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/use.../index_en.html

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by OtakuLife
                  Sorry for any confusion. I replied to this statement:


                  You said EMS is "strictly to send electronic items!" You are now saying something different. It's really no big deal though.

                  I was only clarying that you can send more than electronic items (just about anything unless it's illegal).
                  Illegal items are noted here:
                  http://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/use.../index_en.html
                  Dude,
                  i'm sorry too..may be i'm not good in english, what i meant is...YOU CANT SEND ELECTRONICs item, and i assume my MOBILE PHONE is electronic item.
                  Whatever is, the staff of post office wont entertain me if i want to send the mobile phone.
                  cheers again!

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                  • #10
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