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Peer Cargo’ sent a message informing customers they are closing shop. ‘
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Below are the reasons
Peer Cargo gave its Customers as to its shutdown
Termination of shipping
We regrettably announce the termination of our consolidated shipping service. Last year the government introduced a new law to combat the importation of counterfeit goods as well as prevent the importation of goods that are unsafe for consumers. The law requires imported goods to be inspected and have supporting documents e.g. ISO and safety certificates.
Most goods in our consolidated shipping service come from retailers, not from manufactures, that means that our clients would have to contact the manufactures to request the documentation for all goods that they are importing. The process is time consuming and in some cases impossible. In order to continue providing the shipping service, we resolved to increase the shipping fee then pay the penalty fee for shipping without conforming. After assessing past shipments, operations cannot be sustained, therefore prompting us to terminate consolidated shipping.
Consolidated shipping is shipping where we receive lots of packages from various retailers and then ship them together as one consignment. Consolidated shipping is what is getting terminated. The other shipping service that we offer that will NOT be terminated is business shipping, this is where we ship pallets from manufactures. When procuring from manufactures, all supported documents are availed.
The last consolidated shipping for both US and UK will be on the last week of January. Please do not purchase more items. Once the last dispatch is done, new deliveries will be rejected.
We would like to thank you for having walked with us in this journey, for the business that you gave us and for your continued loyalty in choosing us as your preferred shipper.