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Shipping companies

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by racercrazy, Oct 10, 2003.

  1. racercrazy

    racercrazy 1/2 ton status

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    How about a list of shipping companies we have had good luck with, along with some of the charges to go along with the item. I have some heavy items to ship and would like to know who is good and cheap (besides a few girls I know). You know, besides UPS or FedEx.
     
  2. outlaw612

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    Forward Air is great for those heavy items. Ive used them quite a few times and Ive never had a problem. They charge about $45 per 100 pounds. There is a terminal right there the the airport in St. Louis.
     
  3. 3car

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    Forward Air is great for those heavy items. Ive used them quite a few times and Ive never had a problem. They charge about $45 per 100 pounds. There is a terminal right there the the airport in St. Louis.

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    yep,$48.00, for a box 26"26"52",101lbs from tampa,fl to los angeles,ca.unbeatable.the only hang up is that there must be a forward air terminal in the area your shipping to so the items can be picked up.they are an air freight trucking company,and they have terminals around most major airports.
     

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