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    Quote Originally Posted by GoonerGary View Post
    But how is sending 10,000s of polystyrene boxes for the sake of not having to resend a few parcels good for the environment??
    By not throwing them into the nearest river

    I started with the "smash-proof" boxes. Had breakages.
    Switched to poly inside a cardboard box from Custompac = not one single breakage.
    Most of my mugs go to USA as well, and these poly/ box combos also take 15oz mugs (about 75% of my sales).

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    Quick question without dragging too far off topic.....what service do you use to ship mugs to USA please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    Quick question without dragging too far off topic.....what service do you use to ship mugs to USA please?
    I couldn't find any that weren't astronomical.

    Although a dropship fulfiller sends them via USPS for about £6 so I end up just doing it through them.

    I'm not too sure how to send that cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    Quick question without dragging too far off topic.....what service do you use to ship mugs to USA please?
    I use Transglobal Express.
    It's about a fiver for t shirts and £6.75 for mugs.
    You pay a £7 pick up charge per big box full of smaller boxes, so I stick 50p on the shipping for each order to cover that.
    Each box is tracked and it's relatively fast. About 5 days on average.
    I usually put 50 orders in each big box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubOnCotton View Post
    I use Transglobal Express.
    It's about a fiver for t shirts and £6.75 for mugs.
    You pay a £7 pick up charge per big box full of smaller boxes, so I stick 50p on the shipping for each order to cover that.
    Each box is tracked and it's relatively fast. About 5 days on average.
    I usually put 50 orders in each big box.
    That's interesting,
    I charge £17.55 tracked to the US for 1 mug and £10.50 per additional mug, I originally did it because I wasn't sure about shipping mugs that far and decided "What the hell, offer it and see just, charge a lot"......and they ordered! I use RM so it's a nice bonus. However Transglobal would be more of a bonus!

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