[Company] Weekly Update 7 and 8/2010

Kevyn-Alexandre Paré kevyn.alexandre.pare at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 21:35:32 EST 2010

Congratulate from Montreal Canada! received and pleased with it!

Kevyn-Alexandre Paré!

On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 5:56 PM, Maksim 'max_posedon' Melnikau
<maxposedon at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/25/10, Yi Zhang <yi at sharism.cc> wrote:
>> Hi Maksim,
>> Thanks for your pointer. We will look for more shipping options for
>> special cases. I don't think there's USPS in Hong Kong, but there's
>>  . I will try to see what kind of services they may
>> provide for us. What other couriers do you normally use in Belarus?
>> Maybe I can check the availability of the ones you used and found
>> reliable in the past.
> Hi,
> Here, in Belarus, (I think its also true for Russian, and may be true
> to whole exUSSR, and may be some others countries), all "private mail
> delivery services" (FedEx, UPS, etc) haven't their own offices and
> employes, and belarussion mail system doesn't deliver packages from
> organizations which aren't in UPU (
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Postal_Union ). But no any
> problems with delivering via UPU - e.g. Hong Kong Post in UPU - no
> problems with delivering.
> EMS ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Express_mail ) is UPU "fast"
> variant, more reliable than regular mails and much faster. (Regular
> mail from China for example can comes in 40 days - don't ask me why it
> takes so long). As I see EMS available near worldwide (including Hong
> Kong, Belarus, Russian, etc), and can use regular UPU as fallback,
> which makes EMS worldwide service.
> So, I would like ask EMS delivery, and some qi customers would like it
> too also. (far delivery can double, even triple nanonote price, and
> make it not interesting for people). And EMS itself is a mail. While
> FedEx is just custom delivery corporation - some countries have
> problem with it.
> As for tracking numbers - of course its user friendly, but here (on
> Belarus territory) its just doesn't work - so I haven't this feature
> fully functional anyway, doesn't matter which mail delivery method
> used.
> Maksim
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