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post #91 of 17297
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

^^ No. They don't want to have to make a second trip. Ask the guy who had to lug the 90 pound vintage receiver that I sold to a guy in Cali. He made three trips. blink.gif
The heavy packages they want to rid of,
But the light ones they like to fill their truck up with to say they have no more space for the heavy ones...
Then they can have a nice "light" day..

I just made that up, but it makes sense,
Why else would jerg delivery man turn "ninja"..
post #92 of 17297
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Originally Posted by Maxx134 View Post


The heavy packages they want to rid of,
But the light ones they like to fill their truck up with to say they have no more space for the heavy ones...
Then they can have a nice "light" day..

I just made that up, but it makes sense,
Why else would jerg delivery man turn "ninja"..

Isn't DHL close to bankruptcy anyhow? Their management (or the lack of) is probably atrocious.

post #93 of 17297
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Originally Posted by jerg View Post
 

Isn't DHL close to bankruptcy anyhow? Their management (or the lack of) is probably atrocious.

I don't know but why would they be?

I've always been happy with their speed and delivery process...

Guess it differs for Europe as FedEx is usually worse here [personal experience]

post #94 of 17297
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I don't know but why would they be?

I've always been happy with their speed and delivery process...

Guess it differs for Europe as FedEx is usually worse here [personal experience]

Typically poor courier delivery experiences are almost always the fault of the deliverymen. A well-managed branch of a shipping company would keep all their workforce disciplined and effective, so the source of the issues tend to be management still.

post #95 of 17297
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Typically poor courier delivery experiences are almost always the fault of the deliverymen. A well-managed branch of a shipping company would keep all their workforce disciplined and effective, so the source of the issues tend to be management still.

We all hope that they manage at least one specific delivery in Canada so we can get your take on the new cans.

post #96 of 17297
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We all hope that they manage at least one specific delivery in Canada so we can get your take on the new cans.

With delivery courier ONTARIO SERVICE AREA, ON - CANADA 10:55

 

I will get home in 40 minutes, so as long as the courier doesn't for some reason drive all the way from the West end of Toronto to downtown over the next 40 mins, I should be able to catch the ninja.

post #97 of 17297
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With delivery courier ONTARIO SERVICE AREA, ON - CANADA 10:55

 

I will get home in 40 minutes, so as long as the courier doesn't for some reason drive all the way from the West end of Toronto to downtown over the next 40 mins, I should be able to catch the ninja.

I imagine that once they arrive it won't take long for them to reach your ears, burn in be damned. We eagerly wait your first impressions. :popcorn:

post #98 of 17297

Wow.  I am swamped at work, and yet I keep checking his thread for updates.  As long as he gets the can's. this is pretty exciting stuff!

post #99 of 17297
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I imagine that once they arrive it won't take long for them to reach your ears, burn in be damned. We eagerly wait your first impressions. :popcorn:

!!!! +1 !!!!

post #100 of 17297
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Just got home; they haven't gotten here yet. Now my watch begins...

post #101 of 17297

^^ Laptop, food, water to the front porch. Do not abandon your post. We need some good pics!! Maybe you and the DHL ninja with a few selfies. 

post #102 of 17297
I would rush to the delivery guy all shaky and tell about how the package is your mom's special insulin from the hifiman plant found only in Hong Kong and how she's in a paralytic state right now because he didn't deliver yesterday. I can come up with some better ones if you'd like.
post #103 of 17297

Yes but then Karma would punish you by accidentally getting run over by a DHL truck the next day. 

post #104 of 17297
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Originally Posted by jerg View Post

Just got home; they haven't gotten here yet. Now my watch begins...
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

^^ Laptop, food, water to the front porch. Do not abandon your post. We need some good pics!! Maybe you and the DHL ninja with a few selfies. 
This is very true!
Keep a watch!
I like that insulin idea!
post #105 of 17297
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Originally Posted by conquerator2 View Post
 

I don't know but why would they be?

I've always been happy with their speed and delivery process...

Guess it differs for Europe as FedEx is usually worse here [personal experience]

Fedex sucks in terms of speed in France, too.

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