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    How much was the cost from MTL to Santo Domingo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd426 View Post
    Gummy Bears
    The relaxing kind sold in Colorado !

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    Or from the 3,855,100 sq mi north of the 49th which might be closer than Colorado.

    Name brand canned goods are expensive here due to their shipping weight I guess. If you are into canned beans & pork/baked beans, soup, a bag of Basmati rice. Maybe a box of water flavoring liquid as plain water gets a bit bland after your 1000th gallon...

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    Who do you ship with pls.? I found the best offer for 1 USD per pound - door to door including all taxes (for the new solar plant parts worth 2.5 k usd). Usual price is 4 USD plus taxes...

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    Do you have to pay import taxes when importing a barril? Is it a flat fee everything you can fill in it or its per pound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanchris View Post
    Do you have to pay import taxes when importing a barril? Is it a flat fee everything you can fill in it or its per pound?
    Up until now, the maritime shipping companies have had their own deals with customs. From NJ I pay 100 dollars, fill it with anything I want. That's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanchris View Post
    Do you have to pay import taxes when importing a barril? Is it a flat fee everything you can fill in it or its per pound?
    have a look at the various mudanzas threads

    From the US - it's pretty easy
    Canada has less options

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    have a look at the various mudanzas threads

    From the US - it's pretty easy
    Canada has less options
    Easy as long as one resides in NY, NJ, Philly or anywhere in Miami.

    The rest of the USA doesn't count for shipments to the DR

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    I ship to my mudanza... by UPS/FEDEX or buy w/ free shipping

    straight to my man and he forwards it on..
    lawn mowers, BBQs, u name it... fridges/stoves

    more than one way to skin a cat.... think outside the box

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    I ship to my mudanza... by UPS/FEDEX or buy w/ free shipping

    straight to my man and he forwards it on..
    lawn mowers, BBQs, u name it... fridges/stoves

    more than one way to skin a cat.... think outside the box
    Those are items you ship to, which translate into more cash, I am referring to items that one has and would like for it to be picked up locally.

    No that many options beyond the cities posted above.

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