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What sucks about UPS if you're a small user
Who doesn't mail packages every day is that first you have to find their local counter to take your package to, and in small towns it's usually not even a foyer in a building, it's a table in the dock area, that's only open on Tuesday and Wednesday Brunch between 10AM and 2PM the third Wednesday of the month
Of course then there is the UPS Store - retail outlet you'll find in "shopping zones" in most cities that will charge you $20.00 for a 9x12x5 standard size shipping carton and a small roll of bubble pack they paid .79 cents for and 50 cents for every inch of tape they apply to your package
Priority mail pre paid boxes at USPS are the shit - and USPS won't charge you for tape
Container shipping: the secretive industry crucial to our existence — Telegraph.co.uk
They are the reason behind your cheap T-shirt and reasonably priced television. But who looks beyond a television now and sees the ship that carried .. The biggest container ship can carry 15,000 boxes.