Sent AEGs to Berget

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Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by HiTeck7 » 12 Nov 2012, 09:43

hi guys,

berget 11 will be my first berget and of course there are some questions. most of them were ansered by the forum and the berget info page.

but there is still some things i want to know about AEG transport.

because i'm from austria, we will come by plane to berget event. to prevent troubles with the airline, the costums and to make sure, that my guns arrive safe i want to sent my AEGs to berget crew by mail.

is it recommended to do this?

we (i and my team) want to build a wooden box where your guns are inside, protected well against wetness, shocks ect.
which company to you prefer to send the box (DHL, UPS, ...)??
do you have any idea, how much it will cost?


please give me an idea, how i can handle this the best way!!

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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by Waldo » 12 Nov 2012, 12:18

I send my guns last year and it worked very well. I send them from Germany and used dercourier.de with picupservice after the game ended. The transport was handeled by GLS and Schenker. My 140x30x20 box with 40kg cost me about 80 euros plus 60€Berget fee.
When you want to build a wodden box, keep in mind that the package will be extremely big and heavy. Most transport companies have a maximum weight and size (http://dercourier.de/content/unternehmen/faq.asp#q5 -> there are more infos in german, if you are interested)

I packed my guns in my normal gunbox and stuffed it with some gear in a cardboard box, and had no damages or similar on the inside.
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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by HiTeck7 » 21 May 2013, 13:23

just to make sure:

it doesn't matter to which company i give the order, right?

the adress for the parcel is:
Berget-Events
C/O Schenker AB
Terminalvägen 3
SE-86136 Timrå

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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by KATADROMEAS » 21 May 2013, 14:03

Yes,this is the address.
But i have also a question!Since when can we sent our Aeg?I meen if we are weating any anousment from BE to start to sent our AEG or we can sent them from now on for example tomorow?
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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by HiTeck7 » 21 May 2013, 15:51

thx for answers.

i got another question: what about the batteries? we have LiPo's and traveling by plane.
- whats the best way to bring them?
- will we get problems at the security check at the airport?
- should we put the batteries to the AEGs? (don't like this option, because i saw terrible videos on youtube, what can happen to LiPo's)

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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by KATADROMEAS » 22 May 2013, 00:59

For LI-PO batteries exists a special bag named Lipo-Guard '' FIREPROOF LI-PO SAFETY CHARGE BAG ''.You can put inside your batteries and you will not have any problem.This type of bag,works against the fire.This is the only safe way for them.Take an idea in this link http://www.greekairsoft.gr/eshop/produc ... oduct=2190
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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by Berget-events » 22 May 2013, 22:34

Transport of goods to Berget
For those of you that are sending equipment to Berget in advance we have some very important information. The goods must be at the address below the 24: th of June, since we are transporting it to the game area the 25:th of June. It is no problem if your goods arrives to the destination up to 10 days before the 24:th. If your goods has not arrived by the time we transport to the game area there may be delays and extra expenses. If you have any questions regarding this information send an email to payment@berget-events.com

Send packages to:
Berget-Events
C/O
Schenker AB
Terminalvägen 3
SE-86136
Timrå
Contact:
+46-60-595480
Prodsupport.sundsvall@dbschenker.com
We also want to remind you to book the return pickup at the same address the second of July.
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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by HiTeck7 » 27 May 2013, 13:36

Berget-events wrote: We also want to remind you to book the return pickup at the same address the second of July.
i just checked with the local company. there is no option to book a return pickup.

can you (=berget crew) send the package back?


what about the batteries: take by plane or send per mail?

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Post by Berget-events » 30 May 2013, 08:04

Berget-events can arrange with sending you gear back. You can get help with this in Safzeone HQ.
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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by HiTeck7 » 06 Jun 2013, 13:01

does anybody of you guys bring the AEGs with the plane?
what are your experiance with the AEGs and the security personal at the airport?

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Re: Sent AEGs to Berget

Post by vinni » 06 Jun 2013, 13:12

HiTeck7 wrote:does anybody of you guys bring the AEGs with the plane?
what are your experiance with the AEGs and the security personal at the airport?
In my experience, the swedes don't even bat an eye over it.
When I flew in, security at my departure (Brussels) asked a few questions, asked me to unpack the weaponry, and do a little chat to check my story. When I arrived in Sweden, nobody gave a shit :P

When I went back home it went even better, I reported my 'air-pellet toys' at check-in and was asked to wait for a separate security check. They just fed my luggage through the scanner and asked whether or not I had any gas-containers in my pack (turned out to be a bottle of bb's), I didn't even have to unpack anything.
That was at Bromma Airport, though. I don't know if the larger airports will be quite as relaxed.

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