13 DHL In Russia

DHL In Russia

Posted on October 12, 2011 by

Once all the documents are prepared, the officers send the electronic declaration via e-mail and bring the necessary documents to the customs office which is a few steps away.

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The office has a modern look.

They prefer to use e-mail when they have to send some documents. The waste is collected separately and each kind is sent for recycling.


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13 Responses to “DHL In Russia”

  1. spurdosparde says:

    very interesting

  2. Matlok says:

    Cool post, thanks ER.

  3. Pedro says:

    nice advertising, how much they paid?

  4. Steamed McQueen says:

    DHL… because the Russian postal service can NOT be trusted. Yes I know this from experience.

    • Sergei says:

      I guess it can be. But it takes a lot of time just “to start the engine”.

      Recently I`ve waited for my parcel (Russia-Sweden) for 5 weeks, 4 of which they kept it on Moscow suspicious custom service…

      DHL (as well as CityExpress, PonyExpress) work normally fine – just one day and “here you go” :)

  5. geoff says:

    ? ? ? This is an advertisement.

  6. JP says:

    DHL in New Zealand… the dropper of many packages worth a lot of $$$$$$$ we change shipping companies every time they wreck our goods and blame me! YA I dropped the product I made for 4 hours….Useless pricks

  7. Arkadiusz says:

    DHL in Russia is funny. I was waiting in Kirov for documents sent with DHL in Moscow 3 weeks. HAHAHA!

  8. Mr. Fox says:

    I saw they using helicopter!

  9. Wawa says:

    A friend HATES DHL Russia. She spent a couple hundred TWICE to get some legal documents from Moscow ASAP and it took them three months, and the second time she gave up.

  10. dboy says:

    dhl in Russia is somtin else dey returned my parcel back to shipper for no reason after gettin to Moscow

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