Canada Air Cargo now offers new box sizes for different customer needs

  • Page Views 4095
  • Canada Air Cargo is now offering multi-level size boxes options that will cater to all the needs of its customers. This is to give clients more options in sending parcels and packages to their families in the Philippines through LBC Air.

    LBC is the Philippines’ market leader in courier and cargo services with 1,400 branches nationwide. It also offers other services in other parts of the world including Canada to keep Filipino families in touch.

    Prior to the new available size options, the courier company has been offering air cargo with the following weight breaks: 1lb, 2lbs, 5lbs, 25lbs. Clients can now send packages that can fit in the 1lb, 2lbs, 6lbs, 9lbs, 12lbs, 25lbs box sizes. They can now send 6lbs for the same price as 5lbs before giving them more savings which will accommodate more variety of packages that can be sent to the Philippines.

    Boxes are available for purchase at any of our air cargo agent locations or at Vancouver and Toronto warehouses.

    Customers can choose from the following:

    Manila and Luzon

    12x12x6 inches (up to 6 lbs) = CAD40

    12x12x10 inches (up to 9 lbs) = CAD60

    12x12x12 inches (up to 12 lbs) = CAD80

    Visayas and Mindanao

    12x12x6 inches (up to 6 lbs) = CAD45

    12x12x10 inches (up to 9 lbs) = CAD65

    12x12x12 inches (up to 12 lbs) =CAD85

    To check which box sizes fit their immediate needs, clients can call 1800 # or the nearest Canada Air Cargo warehouse where customer representatives can explain to them in full detail the types of boxes that they can use. The company will process the shipment over the counter in the store and or when they decided to pick it up. The customer will be advised of the TAT and expected delivery of their air cargo shipment.

    Air cargo shipments can be dropped off at any of its air cargo agent locations or at its Vancouver and Toronto warehouses. Air Cargo shipments usually take 7-10 days to be delivered to the Philippine address. The couriers can pick up their air cargo free of charge for shipments weighing more than 5lbs. Anything below 5lbs will be charged $10.00.

    Canada Air Cargo has weekly air schedules via Filipino flag carrier Philippine Airlines. It is present in two key cities of Toronto and Vancouver and does pickups in several other areas. LBC also covers these areas through its own couriers. It has a strong presence of air cargo agents where customers can drop off their packages.

    Recipients in the Philippines, as well as senders in Canada, can monitor their packages through the LBC Connect App to see almost real-time destination.

    In 2013, LBC started offering its LBC Air Cargo to assist Filipinos abroad who regularly sends packages to families and friends in the Philippines. The aim is to offer fast, reliable, and affordable cargo services to keep families in touch at whatever time of the year. Overseas Filipinos usually send large packages to the Philippines during the holiday season to send gifts for their loved ones.

    With the new multi-level box options, they can now send any time of the year at their convenience because these are not only within their budget but also fast and reliable.

    Share

    New Posts Recently publish post More

    • Nathan Longchallon
      18 September 2020
      5 days ago No comment

      Missing Man in Burnaby: Nathan Longchallon, 26

      The Burnaby RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 26-year-old Nathan Longchallon. Nathan was last seen walking north bound on Patterson Avenue near Victory Street in Burnaby at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Nathan is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, with a slender build, ...

    • 17 September 2020
      6 days ago No comment

      B.C. election looms, while chance of federal election lessens

      B.C.’s next provincial election is scheduled to happen on October 16, 2021. But it could take place earlier if the B.C. NDP government of Premier John Horgan decides to call an election earlier. Or if the Horgan government loses the confidence of the legislative assembly. By many indications, Horgan ...

    • 17 September 2020
      6 days ago No comment

      Dr. Theresa Tam’s update on COVID-19 

      Ottawa, ON – Public Health Agency of Canada In lieu of an in-person update to the media, Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, issued the following statement: “There have been 138,803 cases of COVID-19 in Canada, including 9,188 deaths. 88% of people have now recovered. Labs across ...

    • 17 September 2020
      6 days ago No comment

      Prime Minister announces next steps for Safe Restart Agreement

      As we move into the fall and the world continues to deal with the impacts of COVID-19, the Government of Canada remains focused on keeping Canadians safe and healthy, while continuing to ensure they have the supports needed during this global health and economic crisis. The Prime Minister, Justin ...

    • 17 September 2020
      6 days ago No comment

      Amal Clooney urges PH to protect press freedom, honor international commitments

      International human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin-Clooney on Tuesday urged the Philippine government to protect the free press and honor its international commitments on human rights. Speaking before Philippine business leaders in an online forum, Clooney said, “if you want to have a functioning democracy, protect the press. To protect ...

    %d bloggers like this: