There ar man questions that occur these days due to the State of Emergency decreed by governments all around the world: Can I send antibacterial gel from outside the EU? Are there restrictions on shipments like personal effects? Have shipping rates gone up? We will answer the most frequent in this special post. Read More
Every time we do some shipping to South Africa (or from this amazing country), at the tip of the African continent, many of its astonishing surprises come to our mind. This country offers a lot of jobs, it has 3 capitals and an impressive cultural variety. Read More
We do many shipments for Erasmus students around Europe. Somehow we become a nexus between them and their families, friends and, of course, favourite meals. And we also like to help when they embark on their adventure with excess baggage. If you cannot check it in, you can always ship it with us. Behind all these Erasmus shipments there are lots of stories, some we imagine, others that they tell us. But before them, there are many questions. Read More
There are places that transcend international pop culture and become commonplace. Mexico is a country whose topics have gone so far away from its reality and variety, though this has also become a way of understanding their culture. Mexico, according to some, is the belly button of America. To others, it’s the pinnacle of hispanic culture. Discover Mexico with us. We will tell you what we can offer you for your transportation services to and from America’s navel. Read More
On June 23, the British decided in a referendum that they wanted to leave the European Union, known as the infamous Brexit. The threat of “Brexit” had been confirmed. From now on, the United Kingdom and the European Union begin a negotiation process that will decide what relations they will maintain in the future.
At present, all transport to and from the United Kingdom and the European Union will continue to be handled as before, i.e. under free movement of goods and without customs controls, except for goods such as alcoholic beverages, tobacco and fuels, which are subject to excise duty. Read More
Lithium batteries have become one of the most basic products in our life. We only remember their presence when their autonomy is low, but in our sector we care about them daily since they are dangerous articles. Due to ignorance, it often happens that a device or battery needs to be removed from a box, which costs money and can stop a shipment. Want to know which lithium batteries you can send and how? Read on. Read More
At LA LUNA shipping® we like to offer shipping services for anything you need. But sometimes we can’t offer certain shipments because of what has to be moved, like the furniture. For example, there are many banned items for shipping (link in Spanish) and others that require very special conditions, and even sometimes we can’t reach certain countries. We always look for a solution, but there’s a certain kind of shipments that we don’t do because of the following reasons…
Starting May of 2016, it’ll be possible to pay for your shipments as well as your monthly bills using American Express cards. We have enabled our payment application online as well as payment terminals in our offices to accept all types of cards issued by American Express. It’s also possible to pay by phone in case you can’t do it in person or online.
Maybe it’s because Holland, or we should better say the Netherlands, has historically been a union of provinces, because the quality of life there is good, or because they make it easy for you to work there, but for some reason we do a lot of shipping to the Netherlands. The thing is that many foreigners go there to look for a job, to study and to start a new life. And we can say that they can’t complain. Read More
As a member of the European Union we can declare that we do all kind of shipping to Czech Republic services. Today we invite you to read about the experience of Elisenda, a Media and Communication student at the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. She was an Erasmus last year in the Czech Republic. Read More