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DHL as shipping partner – should’ve been the first choice from day one

I’m happy to announce that as of today DHL and Pennonia partnered up to offer fast, reliable delivery of your purchases with reasonable shipping prices.

Here’s what you need to know about the changes happening at Pennonia:

  1. We are dropping DPD as a choice for international deliveries. Only exception is Hungary.
  2. We are dropping Romanian Post and Hungarian Post for international deliveries.
  3. Domestic deliveries within Romania will be handled by FAN Courier.

We are on full DHL mode and I’m sure everyone will find this move convenient and comfortable (for yourself and your wallet as well). The main advantage after the lower cost is that deliveries will now be faster and can also be tracked more reliably and easily.

Please consult the FAQ here for shipping zones and rates.

I didn’t want to turn this post into a long one but I rarely get a chance to talk about starting up the business, plus I rarely have the time to post on the blog anyway, so things build up. If you’re not interested in my jibber-jabber and only came for the news part, then this is a great place to stop reading and starting to put that sweet pen/ink combo you were eyeing into the cart! ๐Ÿ˜›

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Worldwide Shipping Available

Great news everybody! Shipping is now available worldwide at Pennonia ๐Ÿ˜€ You can finally register and order from us from wherever you may be.

What’s a bit of a problem though is that it costs 30โ‚ฌ outside of the European Union. This was the reason why it was first limited to countries within the EU as the price will probably scare away 99% of all customers. What’s disappointing is that there is nothing we can do about it since the Romanian Post won’t even start negotiating unless we ship out a few hundred packets a month. We’re also against hiding the price of shipping in the price of the products themselves.

I guess this has to be filed as one of the hardships of starting a new company.