ggs at shiresoft.com
Tue Dec 22 01:13:13 CST 2020
No worries. I use Uline for all sorts of stuff and they generally
deliver within 2 days (even out here in the boonies). I always find a
use for any extras. ;-)
I generally avoid USPS partly because they don't deliver to our house,
so we have a P.O. Box (which means I have to talk to the shipper to determine what method they use for shipping so I can give them the right address). Frankly, I don't understand because UPS and FedEx deliver right to our door (although sometimes it's fun to figure out *which* door they left the package at).
TTFN - Guy
On Mon, 2020-12-21 at 23:05 -0800, Alan Perry wrote:
> Thanks. I had seen that one before, but didn't know what to do with
> extra 15 boxes.
> The USPS box has the advantages of being free and being a box I am
> likely to use to ship something with (because of the flat rate price
> not having to deal with weighing the box).
> On 12/21/20 10:59 PM, Guy Sotomayor wrote:
> > Try ULine (uline.com). They have a keyboard shipping box (p/n S-
> > 6496).
> > They're only $2.70/ea but the minimum order is 25. :-(
> > TTFN - Guy
> > On Mon, 2020-12-21 at 22:17 -0800, Alan Perry via cctalk wrote:
> > > I have a bunch of Sun keyboards that I need to store more
> > > efficiently
> > > and don't want to risk damaging by stacking on top of each other.
> > > They
> > > are Type 4s, 5s, and 6s (without the wrist rest), maybe 10 in
> > > total.
> > > Anyone here know of a box or boxes that would work well for this?
> > >
> > > alan
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