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Lithium batteries, can I ship them?

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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

Weekly Destination: Switzerland

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Suiza-blogThis week’s destination is not a city, it is an entire country. As we have participated at ECMC2013 at Bern, we have decided that it was an important destination.

So our protagonist is this country located just by the Alps and filled with cheese, chocolate, banks and bikes! Switzerland is an interesting country surrounded by France, Germany, Austria and Italy but it’s not part of the European Union.

The first thing you notice is that it is a very multilingual country, using one language or the other of a majority according to each “canton” (equivalent to a state). Read More

New Zealand, a far away paradise

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NZ-blogNew Zealand may be the furthest corner of the world for most europeans. In fact, if we take a look at the globe, it’s right across on the other side of the Earth.

We had not made any shipments from or to Auckland until a couple of months ago. Surprisingly, by the same day we had to manage two shipments, one from Malaga to Auckland and the other one from Auckland to Barcelona. It was a very funny coincidence, and it got funnier when the shipments did not meet. The one that was coming to Spain traveled via Los Angeles and New York, while the one sent to New Zealand traveled via London and Singapore.

This shipments and the increasing number of people moving towards New Zealand provided us a great opportunity to talk about this destination. Read More