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Delivering sails interstate

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Created by GazMan A week ago, 27 Nov 2018
GazMan
WA, 692 posts
27 Nov 2018 6:58PM
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Can anyone recommend an efficient and reasonably priced carrier for delivering a windsurf sail interstate? (west to east or vice versa)

Thinking Toll Ipec or StarTrack as they're two local ones I know of (in regional WA).

Approximate cost?

clarence
TAS, 742 posts
27 Nov 2018 10:03PM
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e-go. Seems to tick all the boxes. You can do door-to-door or depot pickup/delivery options.

Clarence

Mark _australia
WA, 18496 posts
27 Nov 2018 8:38PM
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e-go has no regionalWA anymore
grrrrrr

put the prices up by double, then dumped regional carriers a month later. Mongrels


smartsend is the only option for cheap (ish) online

Gaz, I drive to to Perth now as you save at least half (surfboard Gero to east was $160, Perth depot to east was $50)


We get stiffed again.....

Agrid
WA, 293 posts
27 Nov 2018 9:17PM
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And the Eagles aren't coming.

GazMan
WA, 692 posts
28 Nov 2018 3:54PM
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Mark _australia said..
e-go has no regionalWA anymore
grrrrrr

put the prices up by double, then dumped regional carriers a month later. Mongrels


smartsend is the only option for cheap (ish) online

Gaz, I drive to to Perth now as you save at least half (surfboard Gero to east was $160, Perth depot to east was $50)


We get stiffed again.....


Got a quote with Smartsend and it was around $250!!!!???

Mark _australia
WA, 18496 posts
28 Nov 2018 6:09PM
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Yep. That's why I drive it to Perth and pay about 30-40% of the price.

They all stiffed us recently with price increase and then e-go don't even do regional anymore.



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