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FAQ

What does it mean when the FedEx tracking system says "schedule delivery pending"?
Sounds like you had a package that requires a signature or that the driver felt was unsafe to leave upon your doorstep. FedEx will make an effort to set a time with you to meet you at home, or offer you the option to pick up your packaged at a FedEx Office or Walgreens ship and get.
What are the growth prospects for the global air cargo unit load device market?
Air Cargo Tariff means tariff containing rates, charges or provisions governing the application of such rates or charges, or the conditions of service, applicable to the scheduled transportation of cargo in foreign air transportation. Airfreight rates cover transportation from the airport of loading to the airport of discharge. Airlines that are members of the IATA comply with Tariff rules issued by IATA. From 11th September 2021. Air Freight Rates are negotiable to extreme level.Tariff doesn't mean it is the actual price. Rate on Air Way Bills are mentioned based on the actual weights, Date of shipment and Commodity basis.Unit Load Device (ULD) Rate ULDs are used for the storage of cargo on the aircraft and are divided into two types; Pallets and Containers.Cargo on the Pallets are secured to its rim by a net and made according to the loadability into the allotted aircraft type.Various types of Containers are providing by the Airline based of the aircraft used to serve a location. Cargo is secured either by the container doors closed or a door net being secured to the rims of the container walls and floor.The rates are charged as per ULD Maximum Weight e.g. LD3: Chargeable Weight 700 Kgs.For more queries to Login / Register
What is an invoice?
Hi there,You know, that’s a question that a lot of people actually have. Many use the term ‘invoice‡ or ‘bill‡ but are not 100% sure exactly what it is.An invoice is a document that you (the seller/supplier/vendor) send to the buyer after you’ve delivered the goods/services. It is legally binding if both parties have agreed to the terms on the invoice when the original order was placed.Generally, an invoice has to be paid within 30 days (legally so in the UK) unless otherwise noted, although it seems on average invoices are paid 72 days late.Here’s an infographic which answers just this question:(and you can read the full article that goes with the infographic here: What Is an Invoice And How Can I Make One? | InvoiceBerry Blog )Hope that helped answer your question!BernardInvoice Software for Small Business | InvoiceBerry
What does it mean if my UPS package from Amazon Prime has been stuck on “Package has left seller facility and is in transit to carrier” for a week (I’ve already contacted UPS & Amazon customer service. Neither knows what’s going on)?
Amazon (and its Partners Sellers) use Amazon’s network, or other 3rd party carriers to move the package, then drop it at USPS or UPS at the last mile to save costs on shipping. Some move things slower then others. While you have Prime, Not everything ships at PrimeSpeed of two day from the date of shipments,Also Sometimes When the package is loaded on to the UPS trailer, the Amazon Packer puts it in the wrong trailer, That is going across the US before UPS will do a scan of it and find it was miss sorted, and re-direct it back to where is should go.Contact Amazon Customer support, they can re-ship it to you, and request a UPS intercept so it goes back to Amazon Returns when its found.
What if I can not find a receipt for a priority shipment I sent?
If….(AND I MEAN IF) you can prove date of shipment and can prove the purchase of the goods sent. (And sweet talk a bit) you can sometimes retreaive the tracking info (this is specially good if you know the time your item was inputted into the system you can get lucky…. otherwise ‡ start searching the bottom of all the pockets etc
Why is express delivery very expensive ($70+) compared to ground shipping (free)?
In an express delivery, your item/s is/are a priority. Meaning, it should be delivered to the consignee on a specific date/time. You pay a higher charge since no matter if the space for a specific carrier is fully occupied or not, the cargo will depart and be delivered on the specific schedule.While on the ground shipping, this may usually take a few days longer since the courier or shipping company has to consolidate cargoes in order to complete the space allocated for them. The cargo/es will not leave unless the space is fully occupied. This mode of shipment is used for items that are not so priority and can wait for a few more days before delivery.
What do you know that most people don’t?
Cooking oils!There are many cooking oils to choose from and I have seen many bad oil options people choose, especially in an Indian household.There is science behind every type of oil. It’s important to choose the right type of oil because most of us cook with oil every day.For any oil, there is what is called a smoke point. A smoke point is basically the point from which the oil starts to give smoke away. As the oil surpasses its smoke point, it produces free fatty acids. And do you know what they do? They make home in your arteries, eventually making blood harder to circulate, and we know how that story goes. It leads to a heart attack.This is the reason why it's important to never use the same oil twice. Many Indian moms I know, save the oil they have used for frying to be used later. This is dangerous.Now coming back to the smoke point, the higher the smoke point, the less time it takes to produce fatty acids. Which is why, when cooking dishes that require high temperatures use oil that has a high smoking point. For low temperature cooking such as sautéing, use oil with less smoke point.Oils with high smoking point are explained below.Avocado oil-It's smoke point is 270 degrees Celsius. Which is great for Indian dishes.Mustard oil-It's smoke point is 250 degrees Celsius. And let me please advise not to use this oil to cook curries or any dish. It contains high amounts of erucic acids. It thickens your cardiac walls leading to heart problems. And besides, It tastes very nutty and bitter. Also the dish will smell more like mustard. I won't recommend this for cooking but it's good to know.Coconut oilIt's smoke point is 204 degree Celsius. Which is fair to cook with.Canola oilOne of the WORST oils you can use for cooking is Canola oil. Absolutely the worst!! Its not even natural. If you are using this, please for the sake of your health and for your family's well being, throw it away. Right now!There is no such thing as a canola plant. It was developed by genetic modification from rapeseed plant. Why? Because rapeseed oil contains high levels of erucic acid and glycosides. Glycosides love playing football with your thyroid. So to make rapeseed oil healthier, the canola oil was produced. But, it's just as unhealthy. Of course, one may argue, canola oil has a high smoke point and contains good amounts of omega 3 fatty acids.But wait, it's not over. Any oil has to meet food grade standards. To make this oil “healthy”. They process the oil, which reduces more erucic acid and glycosides. But at the same time, strips off most of the omega 3 fatty acids. And to make it worse, they hydrogenate the oil.Hydrogenated oil is nothing but where, hydris added to oil to solidify it. Which comes with heaps and heaps of fatty acids. Along with this, free radicals are produced.Let me give you a quick info on what free radical is. A free radical is where an atom contains odd or unpaired electrons.Now don't panic, our body has antioxidants to fight free radicals, BUT, large concentration of free radicals will damage major components of cell, damage to DNA. When DNA is damaged, there is high risk in developing cancers.You may ask, then why is this oil being produced? Because it can be grown anywhere and everywhere. It requires little maintenance. And it fetches good money. This is how oil companies play with our health guys.Now that my rant on canola oil is over with. Let's move on.This is just canola oil. There are so many foods out there that are made from hydrogenated oils. Including the harmless cookies and biscuits we eat. Almost all processed, refined foods.Moving on to one of the most used oils,palm oilThis oil contains nearly 900 calories per 100 grams.44% of this oil contains palmitic acid increases blood cholesterol which leads to heart diseases. Why do most foods target our heart the most.-_-Contains high levels of trans fatty acids. Now guys, there are many types of fats. Good fats, bad fats and types of good fats, types of bad fats. But let me tell you, good fats burn faster and give us energy. All natural foods contain fat. Even lemon! Lemons have 5 grams of fat. Please remember, to burn good fats, example, if you ate say, 2 bananas and a piece of cake, it takes you 30 mins to burn the fat from the banana. But it takes you months to burn the fat from cake. Why? Because trans fatty acids take a long long time to burn. This is the kind of fat that bulges your body.Sun flower oil and peanut (groundnut) oilThese oils are much better to consume since many Indians many not find high smoke point oils like avacado in our markets.Both oils contain 227 degrees Celsius smoke point.They have good amounts of unsaturated fats. Which are the good fats.Peanut oil contains more omega 3 fatty acids than sunflower oil.Sunflower oil contains antioxidants that help in fighting free radicals.Olive oilI think this the only healthy oil that we use cause it's easily found in our stores.There are many methods in which olive oil is produced. And based on these methods they are labeled as, extra virgin, virgin, refined olive oils.Before I go into smoke point and pros/cons of olive oil. I want to talk about the types of olive oil.Extra Virgin olive oil:Here, the oil that has been cold pressed the first time is extracted. Cold pressed is where oil is extracted without any heat methods. Natural methods of extraction is done and it is considered to be the healthiest of olive oils. Oil is more darker but it can vary from brand to brand. It's safe to say that it's darker than virgin olive oil and has a distinctive taste.It has low level of oleic acid. Which is a fatty acid. I remember reading that extra virgin olive oil has less than 1% oleic acid so that it meets the standards set for it. Since this oil is more natural and not refined, it has a LOW smoke point. Around 200 degree Celsius or less. So it can be used for a quick stir fry. However this oil is more beneficial in salad dressings etc. I won't recommend to use this oil to cook a curry.Virgin olive oilHere, the oil that has been pressed twice is extracted and produced. This oil is lighter in color than extra Virgin oil. This oil is safe to use for sautéing and lite frying. It's the same as extra virgin, only it's processed more. 2–5% of extra virgin is added to this oil. It doesn't have a strong nutty smell and is used for baking a lot. Still not so good to cook curries with.Regular olive oil or lite olive oilThis is least preferred of all because this oil is refined. Meaning that, heating process is performed to extract the oil. As I said, heating process can also mean that oil is hydrogenated and that's not a good story. Also, I heard that canola oil is also added to it. Please avoid this type of olive oil. The HIGH smoke point over 235 degrees Celsius may tempt you but it's not worth it.Rice bran oilAfter olive oil, this is the best oils to choose from.Contains over 70% of good fats.Smoke point is over 250 degree Celsius. Great for deep frying and cooking all sorts of curries.Lowers bad cholesterol. It's also helpful in preventing kidney stones. A family doctor suggested it to my grandpa who suffered with kidney stones. So it is doctor approved.Contains nearly 900 calories per 100 grams. But don't worry it's mostly good fats.For those who can afford, I would recommend Rice bran oil. And for those who can't, you also have sunflower or peanut oil to choose from.There are many other oils out there, but I'm sure I have covered the most important ones and in case I forgot one please let me know I will add as much as I know.Finally, I hope those who are using canola oil or palm oil get rid of it ASAP. Switch to good oil options and live healthy. NEVER use same oil twice. Health is wealth.We live in the 21st century guys. Everything is fake or modified to make it “real”. Don't believe just by seeing ads or reading a random article. Do your own research. If you don't have time, you can approach me. But please don't ruin your health and the health of your loved ones.Any typos and mistakes, do point out.
What's the meaning of “Scheduled for delivery” on DHL?
Scheduled for Delivery which also stands as SD on the Network is a progress scan usually used by third party on - forwarding agents. These agents cover the remotest of areas on behalf of the organization for service delivery.In doing so, the customer is kept abreast with the movement of the shipment which is already a step away.Note : It's not a Global language within the Organization.
What are the moving costs from Boston to San Francisco?
Moving from Boston to San Francisco will be determined by the following factors:time of year of the moveif you are packing yourself or having movers packif you need guaranteed dates or how fast you need your shipmentactual weight of shipmentmaterials neededdelivery and pick-up date flexibilitynumber of miles you are movingquality of long distance moverif you will require storageflexibility of loading/unloading datesif you require packing, unpackingadditional services - piano, pool table etcThat being said average moving rates from Boston to San Francisco should be right around $1.00-$1.20 per pound. What this means - if you have a 100 pound dining table - it will cost you approximately $100-$120 to ship to California. Other considerations will be based on your moving company. Some long distance movers from Boston to San Francisco will have a minimum shipment of 3000, 4,000 or 5,000 lbs. which means even if you are moving a dorm you will be charged a minimum of 3000 lbs ( average 1–2 bdrm). So, when all is said and don I would expect the following average moving costs from BOS to SF:3000 lbs $35004000 lbs $48005000 lbs $6200Full 4+ bedroom home 8000 lbs $9,000I highly suggest using Monster Movers for any relocation between Boston and San Francisco as they have locations in both states which means moves can be discounted somewhat and since they are a private moving company there is much flexibility