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Category Archives: Excess Baggage
Do You Need Excess Baggage Shipping?
Sometimes, we need to bring more than the airlines like to carry. Maybe you’re taking an extended trip or even relocating abroad. Or perhaps you have lots of gifts to bring on a visit to a loved one overseas. (No one can have too much of their favourite brand of tea, crisps or chocolate, can Read More >
Your Guide to Excess Baggage Shipping from Ireland
Airlines have strict rules about how much baggage you can take before they start charging for excess, and those charges can be hefty. Thankfully, that isn’t your only option. You can save money and spare yourself hauling that hefty extra luggage if you use international excess baggage shipping. Before you travel, read your airline’s rules Read More >
Should International Shipping Companies Provide Pick & Pack Services?
With all of the constraints placed on trade during this ongoing pandemic, every company at every step of creating and selling products has serious incentive to review how they operate. We all need to streamline and do as much as possible online. This is a time to get creative and see how your company’s logistics Read More >
Start Packing Your Overseas Shipping Early
Many people are getting to grips with their plans to move abroad being delayed by weeks or months due to travel restrictions necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic. Whether you are going for work, education or adventure, this unpredictable situation can leave you feeling frustrated and powerless, but there is one silver lining in terms of Read More >
Shipping Personal Items Vs. Carrying Them
If you are moving overseas, one of the critical decisions you have to make is what to bring. The second question then is whether to carry it with you or ship it by air or sea freight. If you have a lot to move, such as furniture, it is an easy decision. But if you Read More >
Where the Irish Go in Australia
Most Europeans and North Americans have a distorted sense of the size of Australia. Maybe it is because the land mass is one nation, we tend to think of it as an island. And islands are not that big. Or perhaps it is the way it appears on many world maps, off in the corner. Read More >
Trading Chilly for Chile
October is when we have to stop the denial that there is good weather ahead in Ireland. Winter is en route, and we know what that means. But as winter hits the northern hemisphere, the sun shines brighter in the southern hemisphere. If you are dreaming of an escape across the equator, consider some time Read More >
Make Your European Move an Adventure
If you are moving to another EU country, the quick way is to fly. But flying isn’t much fun anymore. In fact, it’s gotten pretty miserable with long lines and the ever-present risk of being bumped from your reserved seat. Driving doesn’t make a lot of sense as your Irish car is designed to drive Read More >
Surviving Last Minute Packing Panic
You’ve studied the city where you are preparing to move. You have organized your flights and made endless lists. The new job, study abroad year or adventure is beckoning. And you’ve nearly finished packing when wham, you realize there’s that one item. Your bicycle. Favourite piece of bulky exercise equipment. Super comfy armchair. Pots and Read More >