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I would like to purchase a rec. Hitachi router from a company in the states ,question does anyone know of a shipping sevice to Detroit that would provide a shipping address where I could go and pick up from.I live 40 min. from Detroit or Port Huron so it is worth my time and gas Thanks
Sorry I should have added router company will not cross border ship
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Hi emmick12

I think you can get a box at one of the Many UPS centers and have them hold it for pickup ...

UPS just needs a address to ship it to,,let your fingers do the walking thing..with a phone call or two..

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Thanks Bob that is what I am looking for.Would like it for a table router
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Hi Emmick12:

I am working in the shipping/receiving/warehouse department of a Canadian distribution centre for an American firm these days. We have a couple of customers who ask that their orders be held somewhere where they can pick the orders up.

We ship via Purolator usually. For these customers, we ask Purolator to "hold at Purolator depot for pickup." (This is service they provide.) When the order arrives at the depot, Purolator notifies the customer, who then goes in to pick up his/her order.

Since Purolator does this service, one should expect other shipping firms do the same.

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Emmick, You are welcome to have your router sent to my home in Hazel Park, MI. (Next door to Detroit) You are also welcome to join us when we have a "Sawdust Saturday" here. Our local members have a good time sharing ideas and working on projects. Ask BrianS for the best route into Detroit since at times the tunnel is faster than the bridge. Brian drives this on a regular basis. PM me for the address.

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Hey Mike that was really great of yourself to make that offer but I,m good to go ,I forgot until my mother informed me (76 young gottat love her ) that she has a cousin that that owns a business called the "Chicken Shack" in Detroit so were good, but a really big THANKS for the offer," great site, good people "

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