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Too Much Baggage? How to Ship Your Luggage

May 31, 2016 | New York Times
This company, which has acquired a number of experienced competitors, has been shipping clothes and sports gear like skis for more than 10 years. It’s also one of the more far-reaching players, shipping among hundreds of countries and territories worldwide, as well as to and from cruise ships and golf courses. Pack your clothes in bags the same way you would for air travel and then have Luggage Forward pick them up from you. And the company will complete and submit all customs documentation. Within the United States, you can generally choose from overnight to seven business days from pickup to delivery. Read More

Lighter Travels with Luggage Forward

May 24, 2016 | Albany Times Union
So I was happy to discover that Luggage Forward could pick up these heavy pieces of luggage right from Sarah’s centuries old apartment building and deliver them straight to our door step about a week later. For over ten years, this company has shipped to over 200 countries and territories including cruise ships. Read More

Perks of Super-Luxury Travel

October 7, 2014 | Houston Chronicle
From paying someone to pack their kids' bags to being chauffeured in a Rolls-Royce Phantom, take a look in the gallery above for a few other perks of ultra-luxury travel. Slide 7: NEVER CARRY LUGGAGE: Luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent's Luggage Forward program provides door-to-door luggage pick-up and delivery so you don't even have to tote your bags to the airport or pick them up at baggage claim. Read More

Does Yesware Need to Hire a New Vice President of Sales?

August 20, 2014 | New York Times
Zeke Adkins, co-founder and sales manager at Luggage Forward - a luggage-delivery service in Boston - weighs in on this case study regarding managing a sales team. “Mr. Bellows has built a successful company with a popular product, but his track record of running the sales team is not as good. Therefore, he should hire a vice president of sales and commit to handing over the appropriate autonomy to allow the new hire to build the team. But first, Mr. Bellows should decide what metric or metrics would define success after six months. Agreeing on one or two metrics as the primary measure of success will minimize any temptation for Mr. Bellows to micromanage.“ Read More

Luggage service vs. package delivery: Packing for the long haul

February 24, 2013 | Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times Travel Editor, Catharine Hamm, finds that using Luggage Forward to ship toiletries abroad would cost less than even the cheapest rate offered at the Post Office and also notes that "You don't have to notify the hotel that something is arriving; Luggage Forward does it for you." Read More

About that $450 oversized baggage fee airlines are charging…

September 23, 2011 | Los Angeles Times
The rates airlines charge for behemoth bags seem to be comparable to shipping rates. Luggage Forward, for example, would charge $349 to ship a 75-pound bag from Los Angeles to London in an estimated two to five business days, according to the website. And a quick quote from UPS online showed a cost of more than $500. Read More

Luggage Shipping Services Offer Convience and Peace of Mind

September 10, 2011 | The Vancouver Sun
Luggage Forward, a worldwide shipping company, provides a good site for checking rates at www.LuggageForward. com. Luggage shipping services offer convenience and peace of mind while traveling - allowing travelers to save time and the hassle of hauling bags through the airport. Read More