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Old 18th November 2020, 12:40 PM   #1
tanaruz
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Default budiak shipping to the philippines

Hi all,

I'd like to ask your opinion on how to ship moro budiaks from the US to Manila. I've recently purchased a long Moro budiak (over 10 feet long)- and fortunately, it can be shipped in three parts. So no worries there.

But there are two more budiaks which I am interested and since the shaft is made from cane, it can't be shipped in parts (because they are quite long).

A colleague suggested to have the shaft 'cut'. I was thinking if the items comes very costly if sent via air options, how about enclosing them like pallets and have then shipped via sea?

Would appreciate any suggestions.

Kind regards,

Yves
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