Category Archives for "Tips"

How to send wine safely

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Your fragile bottles of wine travel in the cargo hold, the same as all other freight.  Having an expensive bottle of wine arrive smashed really takes the cheer out of the gesture. If you only send the good stuff once a year, here’s how to do it safely and quickly. We send wine around Australia and New […]

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International Elite Next Flight service

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Our premium Elite Next Flight service is available everywhere, including internationally. What does this mean for you in terms of delivery time? A feature of the ENF service is that our consultants will work with you to get the service and results you need. Let’s look at some of the things to consider. For international […]

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Choosing the best Metro service level

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When you need something delivered same-day within the same city, you’ll want our Metro service. Here’s how to choose the right service level and how the charges are calculated. GT-EX has three levels of Metro service, for courier service within major capital cities including Sydney, Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane and more. Each service is a same-day, […]

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Top 3 tips for packaging freight

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Your parcel travels on a plane, not a platter. So how do you make sure it arrives in tip-top condition? We take all possible care when transporting your goods. But along the way there are going to be conveyor belts, X-ray screening, forklifts, potholes, turbulence, and all sorts of other bumps and drops. To help […]

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Filling out a customs declaration

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Anything being sent overseas needs a correct customs declaration. Here’s how to avoid the most common causes of customs delays. only call it “documents” if it is — a box of brochures is not a document and should be described as brochures or printed matter any shipment over 2kg needs a customs declaration regardless of […]

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How to tape your boxes securely

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Give your package the support it needs on its journey. Remember it’ll be picked up and put down a lot, and rub shoulders with many new friends as it travels in the cargo holds of vans, trucks, and aircraft. Tape does three jobs: keeps the top closed keeps the box together and stops the bottom […]

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