Should You Choose a Rental Car or a Transfer When You Arrive in the Big City?

Posted on: 27 February 2017

If you're planning a visit to one of Australia's iconic big cities, then you and your family are probably looking forward to an excellent trip together with some rest and relaxation. Of course, you have to work out all the details first and figure out your travel itinerary. One of the elements you need to look at is how you're going to get around when you arrive at the airport. Do you need to rent a car or figure out an airport transfer?
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Challenges of Not Using a Customs Broker

Posted on: 7 April 2016

Some new businesses may consider handling customs clearance issues in-house as a way to cut operational costs. While this is possible, you should be prepared to face numerous challenges as you handle this complex process. This article discusses some of those challenges that you would face if you decided to handle all your customs clearance issues on your own. Regulatory Compliance Challenges Each jurisdiction has regulations that have to be met before a shipment is cleared to enter or leave that jurisdiction.
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Elegance Rules: Two Tips For A Graceful Exit From Your Wedding Day Limosine

Posted on: 7 April 2016

Your wedding day is supposed to be the most magical day of your life, but it is not going to start well if you fall out of the limousine you have hired to take you to the wedding. A graceful exit is not always the easiest thing to achieve when you are all trussed up in your wedding refinery, but there are a couple of ways you can ensure that you keep your pride intact on one of the most important days in your life.
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Understanding Different Shipping Costs and Surcharges

Posted on: 19 January 2016

Transport and freight charges used in determining quotes can prove to be a puzzle. You may find that you end up paying twice what you expected simply because you did not understand the costs. For you to compare quotes from different shipping and transport companies, you need to understand the surcharges and situations when additional costs may arise. Below are some of the common shipping rates. All in rate: This means that the given quote or cost is inclusive of all the extra costs .
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