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    Indonesian Courier?

    Anyone know of a good courier for shipping from Indonesia to the US? I know I've seen some mentioned but didnt have any luck with searches. Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Indonesian Courier?

    Local post office via EMS.
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    Yup,EMS through pos Indonesia

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    Thank you both!

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    Re: Indonesian Courier?

    Try DHL I think.

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    I like DHL and they have an Indonesian presence.

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    DHL is the best from Indonesia. For the love of God, stay away from Pos Indonesia.

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    Don't do DHL, FEDEX or UPS unless you want to pay full customs fees--they automatically figure the rate that customs could possibly charge, and add that to the shipping cost--however, for a used watch under $5000 declared value, it will rarely be assessed any customs fees if sent through other services--by far, the best "courier" from outside the US to the US is via EMS--quick, safe, with tracking and insurance, and no prepaid customs fees.
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    ^^^^

    Agree with EMS based of previous experience and my use of other couriers.
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    Re: Indonesian Courier?

    Quote Originally Posted by timefleas View Post
    Don't do DHL, FEDEX or UPS unless you want to pay full customs fees--they automatically figure the rate that customs could possibly charge, and add that to the shipping cost--however, for a used watch under $5000 declared value, it will rarely be assessed any customs fees if sent through other services--by far, the best "courier" from outside the US to the US is via EMS--quick, safe, with tracking and insurance, and no prepaid customs fees.
    Great information. Thank you.


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