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'[AD:] PIC prototyping board (intl. shipping)'
2003\11\29@100206 by

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Hi.
I'd like to apologize, after seeing the 53 (!) page
PDF document called "International Postal Rates and Fees"
found on the URL below, I *do* understand
your problems with international shipping.

(I have a 2 (two) page PDF file with domestic rates
on one side and international rates on the back,
including both "letters" and "packages". Thats all.)

So, I'm sorry if I was a bit harsh in earlier posts...

Best Regards and have a nice weekend everyone !

Jan-Erik.



Patrik Husfloen wrote:
> This [1] will help you figure out the shipping.
>
> [1] http://ircalc.usps.gov/

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2003\11\29@100828 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I'd like to apologize, after seeing the 53 (!) page
> PDF document called "International Postal Rates and Fees"

I always though the Dutch were the champion of lots and lots of
regulations, but my postage fees folder is only slightly larger than
Eric's.

When sending from the Netherlands there is a big difference in fee
between parcels smaller than a defined size (supposed to fit in a
mailbox) and larger parcels (supposed to be delivered by riging the bell
- twice IIRC). Is this distinction common?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2003\11\29@102303 by

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Wouter van Ooijen wrote :

> When sending from the Netherlands there is a big difference in fee
> between parcels smaller than a defined size (supposed to fit in a
> mailbox) and larger parcels (supposed to be delivered by riging the bell
> - twice IIRC). Is this distinction common?


In Sweden, when shipping internationaly, a "letter"
(with "letter" postages) is *anything* where the
sum of lenght+high+depth is equal or below 0.9 m
and none of them are higher them 0.6 m and the
weight is below 2 Kg. Anything over 2 Kg is a "parcel".
The large "letters" has to be left in the post office,
not in the letterbox, of course, but there is no additional
cost.

Now, exactly *how* these "letters" are delivered at the destination
isn't my problem :-)

A parcel can be up to 20Kg and must have a lenght below 1.2 m.

Slightly different (but very similar) rules for domestic letters
and parcels.

Shipping internationaly is just a matter of writing
a different address and putting on higher valued stamps
(and, if outside of the EU, the small green customs label)...

Jan-Erik.

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