Sending an iPad to your Auntie in Las Vegas is pretty easy. Shipping an iPad to someone in Japan is a different story.
International shipping is far more complicated than shipping domestically because every country has different laws and rules regarding commodities entering their country. Some items can be shipped without issue to Spain, but the same item may be prohibited for shipping to Mexico.
You also need to know the rules for import taxes, international duties, brokerage fees and other additional costs that may be assessed on your shipment. And don’t forget the specialized international document requirements—if you don’t include the proper paperwork, your shipment may never arrive.
Relax. The International Shipping Experts atMail and Copy Center know exactly how to pack, document and ship your items to arrive safely and on time to [almost] anywhere in the world.
When it comes to international shipping in New Orleans and Metairie, come to Mail and Copy Center and simplify your life.
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