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Shipping and packaging Hong Kong

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by keitocorp, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. keitocorp

    keitocorp Regular Member

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    Dear members,

    As I wasn't sure where to post this topic, I placed it here in the hope it's the best place do for it.

    My question:
    I want to buy a racket from Hong Kong (I have a friend there) and ship it to my country. I somewhat know what package to choose (parcel) but I have no idea what to stuff it with for protection or where to get some. Also, as I'm shipping a racket that can break, I want to ship it labeled with breakable. I couldn't find anything of the sorts on the postage site of HK.

    Does anyone have experience with this or can help me with these questions?

    Kind regards,

    Keito
     
  2. visor

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    Best is for your friend to ask at the post office re parcel box, bubble wrap etc
     
  3. mater

    mater Regular Member

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    Agree, better for your friend in HK to ask the post office. I have a racket coming from HK too, I'll know how it's packed when it arrives (~1-2 weeks). I've ordered rackets from Malaysia and rackets came bubble wrapped and brown paper on the exterior. Rackets I think is one item where it's safer with bubble wrap than inside a box, but I've also had rackets shipped inside boxes as well.
     

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