Aramex Global Shopper allows you to order products from 17 locations worldwide and delivers to your door in South Africa. Bypass the terrible postal system and enjoy affordable, speedy delivery.
NOTE: I’ve come across plenty of bad reviews for Aramex online. I have no idea why.
It seems many buyers want the captain of the flight carrying their goods to SMS them an update every ten minutes to keep them informed as to where their package is.
For what you pay Aramex, they deliver a great service.
By the way, Aramex didn’t pay me to write a review. This is my true experience with this global shipping company.
You’re in need of a set of woodworking chisels. You start up your laptop, head for Google and start a search.
South African websites don’t have what you need. And when they do, there are no prices. No time to send an email; your wallet is open; you’re ready to order.
You could wait until tomorrow and visit the local building depot, but they stock only the entry level Stanley range of woodworking chisels. They’re also not available in the sizes you want.
You head for Amazon, do a search for woodworking chisels and come across piles of top quality chisels. You’ve hit the mother lode.
You see a set of Narex wood working chisels. This is what you’re looking for. They’re slightly more expensive than your entry level chisel set, but they’re beautiful. The reviews seem good too.
Problem is, they don’t ship to South Africa. You don’t deserve to get your hands on this beautiful product. “Get the cheap Stanley set,” says Amazon.
That’s not good enough.
You want this set of chisels. Nothing else will do.
But how will you get it to your door?
Let me walk you through setting up a shipping system that’ll allow you to not only have items shipped from the States, but from (almost) anywhere in the world.
It costs next to nothing to sign up and shipping rates won’t butcher your wallet.
Let’s do this…