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#1 (permalink)      7/16/2020 1:34:12 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Arrive at the Sita processing center
After a bit of research as to why one of my packages has been tagged as "Arrive at the Sita processing center" twice, So far....

"This means your parcel is being sent by train. All those SITA processing stations are just stations the trains stops. The train goes from China through Russia and enters Europe in Lithuania. Then Lithuanian Post sends them all over Europe."


Am I right, or is this just more BS ???

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I've got one that was sent by train mate, it said arrived at sita processing centre a few times. If you check on the China post tracking website it tells you in more detail. First one was China/Kazakhstan border, then two in Kazakhstan, then one in Russia, then one in Lithuania, but mine hasn't updated since it was scanned in Lithuania on 23rd June. Train certainly takes its time

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Just checked the tracking for the package they sent by train and it left Langley at 2.30am this morning, so hoping it will be here tomorrow. Was sent on May 22nd, train started moving on June 4th, and that was it leaving Langley July 16th. Long time on a train but actually still quicker than 2 sent in May by Singapore Post and still no sign of those even arriving in GB
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inatrance1973 wrote:

Singapore Post and still no sign of those even arriving in GB




Curious as to whether you have heard of any packages via SPost getting through?

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Had a few sent in May/June from other sellers with Singapore Post, longest was 3 weeks and quickest was 6 days. 2 from here were sent in May, they insist they left for UK on the 11th and 16th but there's never been a sign of them arriving here. I honestly don't think they did leave, the royal mail tracking always says "leaving overseas" when they leave Singapore customs, but then changes to "sender preparing item" when they actually leave the country, both mine still say "leaving overseas".
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Still.Me wrote:

inatrance1973 wrote:
Singapore Post and still no sign of those even arriving in GB


Curious as to whether you have heard of any packages via SPost getting through?




I have one just left Langley (Uk Customs)yesterday, I should have it tomorrow or the day after....Only took three and a half months (So far)

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Waited over three months for one package

got delivered 10 days after it left Langley
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