Les favoris de Dev et Ed des choses à faire et à ne pas faire en matière d'expédition

Dev & Ed’s Favourite Shipping Do’s & Don’ts Today, Dev & Ed teach us the best ways to avoid unwanted exceptions and delays. Here they share with us their most favorite shipping do’s & don’ts. 1.    DON’T finalize your shipment before double checking the receiver’s information. 2.    DO fill in the commercial invoice in detail including quantity, … Continuer la lecture

Top 6 des choses à faire et à ne pas faire en matière d'expédition de Dev et Ed

Dev & Ed’s Top 6 Do’s & Don’ts You probably already know Dev & Ed, DLVRD’s very own mascots. They’re always helping each other with shipping advice, making shipping easy and of course posing for our social media posts. They come to this edition of the newsletter, for our newest feature, Dev & Ed’s Do’s … Continuer la lecture

Les astuces d’expédition de DLVRD

DLVRD’s Shipping Hacks This week we answer the all-important question, ‘can my package be redirected once it’s in transit’? And the answer is yes (most of the time)! When redirecting a package, we highly recommend contacting one of our Shipping Specialists.Provide the corrected address and remember, the carriers require complete address information including zip code, … Continuer la lecture

Urgent – S.G.A.D. – Mandat d'importation de marchandises au Canada

Time Sensitive – C.A.R.M. – Importing of Goods into Canada Mandate Dear Client, The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Revenue Management (C.A.R.M.) has introduced a mandate regarding the importing of goods into Canada. As such, Canadian importers are required to have a bond for imported goods. The new CARM program will affect your day … Continuer la lecture

Dommages et intérêts

Damages Now You Know Damaged packages are unfortunate, and we try our best to avoid them. Nevertheless, sometimes damages are inevitable. The most common causes of shipping damages are: 1.    Improper packaging (envelope vs. box vs. packs)2.    Too much empty space in the package3.    Not enough cushioning material4.    Use of old boxes5.    Improper handling 6.    Changes … Continuer la lecture