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Cheapest Solution to send a large package to Thailand

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Hi,

I would like to send a large cardbox box with the dimensions of 136x75x23 cm, containing one mountain bicycle with a net weight of less than 18kgs to Thailand. Appreciate any advice or suggestions and willing to pay for your time and trouble, as my Chinese language skills is almost non-existent. Please get in touch if you think you can assist.

Cheers

Jasmin

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