|Where do we ship our parts to?
A better question would be were don't we ship to. In fact we ship everywhere
and have standardised postal charges that is calculated on total package weight.
There are now 4 shipment or postal speeds for most countries that allow you
some choice. No point throwing money away using fast airfreight if your parts
needs are not urgent.
So far we have shipped parts for CJ750, Ural, Dnepr, BMW and other sidecar/ solo
rides and vintage parts enthusiasts to Albania, Australia, Austria, Belgium,
Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Dubai, England,
Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland,
Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands,
New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Panama, Romania, Russia, Scotland,
Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailan, Turkey,
Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the USA.
|There are four shipment
speeds available to most
countries under the
program. These are:
Extra Fast - 1 week
Fast - 10 - 14 days
Medium - 3 - 4 wks
Slow - 8 weeks
Wherever possible, and
especially if your parts
needs are not urgent,
please do plan ahead and
use the more economical
Medium and Slow speeds,
especially for heavier
shipments to that you can
save on your postal fees.
In the Status Column, “Collection” means the post office has received the parcel; “Opening” refers to the customs check; “Departure from outward office of
exchange” indicates the parcel is customs cleared and is being processed for a shipping slot, "Shipping" refers to the actual departure from China date,
whilst "Final delivery" announces successful receipt of the parcel.
The location part should also be clear. However, please note the system often uses numbers like 20110600 and acronyms such as PVG, instead of say
“Shanghai”. The number is actually the zip code of Shanghai, and PVG is the airport code of Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
Q: Why does my parcel status get stuck at “Departure from outward office of exchange”?
A: Sometimes, the tracking information does not update in time. This is especially the case with surface economy shipments which has challenges with
tracking the actual date the China Post sea-container departed. In this instance, the parcel has already left China, yet will not appear on the tracker until
the destination country has updated the customs clearance process and sent this information back to China Post.
Q: When can I receive my parcel?
A: It depends on what kind of China Post service you have chosen. Usually it takes 1 week for EMS shipments, 10-14 days for China Post priority air freight, 3
weeks for China Post off-peak air freight and approximately 7-8 weeks for sea freight shipments, and a little longer than these averages for South American
and Southern Afruican countries goven the extra distance.
Q: I track my parcel at China Post, but it shows NULL. What does it mean?
A: The English information on the official website of China Post is translated from Chinese tracking status, but not all information can be successfully
translated. So “NULL” is a technical problem of the website, not your parcel. Its headed your way and will arrive soon.
Q: How can I contact China Post to consult detailed information about my package?
A: The customer service hotline of China post is +86 10 11185 or + 86 10 11183 for EMS service.
Q: I found the location of PVG/PEK/FOC/CAN when tracking my package. What do these initials refer to?
A: These are the international codes for airports. For example, PVG refers to Shanghai Pudong Airport and PEK refers to Beijing Capital International Airport.
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