Shipping a Flexowriter

Robert robert626001 at
Fri Mar 2 06:59:28 CST 2018

+2 for Pak Mail. I used their Plainview TX franchise, last year, to
send an AS/400e, with expansion chassis, all the way from Texas to

They came and collected it (a 250 mile round trip), built a crate for
it and sent it LTL freight. The recipient was happy.

On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 2:38 PM, Curious Marc via cctalk
<cctalk at> wrote:
> +1 on Pak Mail too.
> Marc
>> On Feb 27, 2018, at 12:12 PM, Chuck Guzis via cctalk <cctalk at> wrote:
>>> On 02/27/2018 11:37 AM, Ed Sharpe wrote:
>>> *In my  case  lady  worked at a  warehouse and had  her  people  palate
>>> and strap the  3 ttys!  saved $$   Pack mail is  great though  to  pack
>>> stuff if no other free reliable  option is there.   We have  to  ship a
>>>  large  group of  computer front panels  across  country  and  they
>>> handled it   really  well.
>>> *
>>> *Pack Mail  ships alot of  stuff  form many auction places too.*
>> I've used *Pak Mail* several times for very large delicate items and
>> never have been disappointed.  Choose your store location, though--some
>> do not handle large things.
>> One consideration is that they have contracts with the freight companies
>> and can often price shipping + packing for less than you'd get charged
>> for a single LTL shipment from a freight company.
>> Have them ship it to another Pak Mail location, so you can pick it up,
>> sans pallet.
>> Craters and Freighters is another good operation, though they tend to
>> operate on the East Coast.
>> --Chuck

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