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Hi,

Since I live in The Netherlands the parts for the CTS have to be shipped to that country. This is extremely costly. For example: shipping the service manual is $175,-. I believe this price is outrageous (the manual itself cost about $115,-). Shipping E&G exhaust tips is $90,-. Do any of you know of a method/company of how to reduce these shipping costs?

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the only way we can reduce our shipping costs to our vendors in spain is to ship more than one thing at a time, then the shipping dollar per product dollar ratio goes down ... but international freight isnt cheap
 

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Major shippers are UPS, FedEx and DHL. Not sure if they are all international shippers. You usually don't have a choice. GMPD recently went to Flat Rate Shipping. Everything is $11.
 

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So what i need to do is look for a vendor that sells all the items I need now. I need a Loyd ultimat black (no embroidery) carpet set, E&G exhaust tips and a 2005 CTS service manual. Any idea where I can buy these items at one supplier?
 

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the only way we can reduce our shipping costs to our vendors in spain is to ship more than one thing at a time, then the shipping dollar per product dollar ratio goes down ... but international freight isnt cheap
Hey Vienna! I went to the open house at the VVFD for years and years growing up. Then played ball at Waters for years.
 

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Major shippers are UPS, FedEx and DHL. Not sure if they are all international shippers. You usually don't have a choice. GMPD recently went to Flat Rate Shipping. Everything is $11.
Is this a fact with GMPD? I was just about to order a pair of CTS-V DRLs and I was being charged about $46 for each item...$92 total.
 
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