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Shipping to the US Boarder For New Brunswickers

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Taco-NB, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. shitroc

    shitroc Master of War

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    ^yah that definitly wouldnt be worth it.it would be like a 4-5 hour drive for ya.
     
  2. Taco-NB

    Taco-NB [OP] MMMMM Taco's

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    Found a place in Houlton. A friend of mine used him last month with no problems. Only charged $4. He also offers post office boxes for $30 a year and then he only charges an extra $1 for every package. I believe that overweight items are a little more expensive.

    For some strange reason he prefers Canadian Currency.

    PAC Electronics
    106 Main St.
    Houlton Maine
    04730

    ph 207 532 3244
     
  3. Taco-NB

    Taco-NB [OP] MMMMM Taco's

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    Picked up my Smittybilt nerf bars that were shipped to PAC electronics. The box was long and weighed 49 lbs and they only charged me $8 Canadian!! The place was PACKED with boxes but, when I told her my name, she knew exactly where the box was.
     
  4. dogtrainer123

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    Does anyone know of a shipping address in Presque Isle Maine? I have one for Houlton (3 1/2 Hr drive) one in Calais (4 Hr drive) Presque Isle is just over a 2 Hr drive for me. Thanks for any help.
     
  5. futuretacoowner

    futuretacoowner Well-Known Member

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    maybe give VIP a call? :notsure:
     
  6. Drewschyf

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    Wanted to let everyone know of the new company in Calais who ONLY does packages and offers rewards for dealing with them. Sign up, get an ID, get a Personal Mailbox number (PMB - which must be included on ALL packages being shipped to Calais, ME). When you package comes in, they scan it into their system, you get an email that your package has arrived and when you go to pick it up - they know exactly where it is.

    Sign up - and for everyone that signs up under you and then gets their stuff shipped - you get credits for future pickups.

    Package Depot - http://www.packagedepot.net/

    [​IMG]
     
  7. maineah

    maineah Well-Known Member

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    I hope they treat Canadians better they treat me in Van Buren. Bet I have been through there 25 times and they hassle me every single time I think it is used as a training crossing for US customs. They could not be nicer on the St Leonard side.
     
  8. Drewschyf

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    Package Depot was developed for Canadians. They created it because of all the hassles they were having, trying to ship things in.
     
  9. khx73

    khx73 Well-Known Member

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    Just to be clear, not *all* packages must have your PMB#, just those shipped via USPS. It is a USPS policy. Couriers such as FedEx and UPS do not require it.

    I'll second the recommendation for Package Depot..They proved to be very helpful and went out of their way to help track down a lost parcel one time I was there.
     
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