Shipment

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  1. raven369 macrumors newbie

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    Hi, I have recently purchased a 15 inch Macbook Pro from the online Apple Canada store, and it has hit into some sort of snag in terms of shipping. I was wondering if anyone here can explain the terminology to me? Help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

    FREDERICTON, NB, CA 12/07/2010 10:50 RECEIVER ASSIGNED CLEARANCE TO NON-UPS BROKER. SHIPMENT IS REMAINING IN UPS CONTROL
    12/07/2010 10:50 RECEIVER ASSIGNED CLEARANCE TO NON-UPS BROKER. SHIPMENT IS REMAINING IN UPS CONTROL / SHIPMENT TRANSFERRED TO FREE TRADE ZONE OR ALTERNATE BROKER PER CUSTOMER REQUEST

    MOUNT HOPE, ON, CA 12/07/2010 4:08 IMPORT SCAN
    12/07/2010 4:08 IMPORT SCAN
    12/07/2010 2:30 ARRIVAL SCAN

    BUFFALO, NY, US 12/07/2010 0:17 DEPARTURE SCAN
    12/07/2010 0:12 ARRIVAL SCAN

    LOUISVILLE, KY, US 11/07/2010 8:30 DEPARTURE SCAN
    LOUISVILLE, KY, US 08/07/2010 9:07 ARRIVAL SCAN

    ANCHORAGE, AK, US 07/07/2010 17:42 DEPARTURE SCAN
    07/07/2010 11:54 ARRIVAL SCAN

    NARITA, JP 07/07/2010 21:58 DEPARTURE SCAN
    07/07/2010 19:58 ARRIVAL SCAN

    SHANGHAI, CN 07/07/2010 16:57 DEPARTURE SCAN
    07/07/2010 16:11 DEPARTURE SCAN
    SHANGHAI, CN 06/07/2010 21:50 EXPORT SCAN
    06/07/2010 21:42 LOCATION SCAN
    06/07/2010 14:08 ORIGIN SCAN

    CN 06/07/2010 0:57 BILLING INFORMATION RECEIVED
     
  2. grapes911 Moderator emeritus

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    The package was probably supposed to clear customs and then get transferred to another shipper who would then deliver the package to your house. The other shipper was not approved by UPS, meaning they had no contract with each other. So UPS is searching for another shipper to use.

    Probably not a big deal. It shouldn't delay things too much.

    UPS would be able to help you better than we can though. Give them a call.
     
  3. raven369 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I understand now. Thanks a lot for clearing that up. It doesn't seem to be anything too serious then.
     

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