Yesterday I was on the phone with Mette Marie when she said she heard something that sounded like a van arriving, and then the doorbell rang and it was a delivery guy from TNT with my PowerBook. She put me on the speaker while she opened the door and signed for the package. The afternoon felt really long until I could leave for home.
I ordered my PowerBook on 2005-02-04. Track'n trace:
|Activity||Location||Date / Time (GMT)|
|Shipment Picked Up||SHANGHAI, SH, CN||13 Feb 2005 20:05|
|Shipment Picked Up||(CNSHA02)CNSHA02||14 Feb 2005 05:06|
|Depart Terminal||(CNSHA02)CNSHA02||17 Feb 2005 08:10|
|Arrive Terminal||LUXEMBOURG, LU, LU||21 Feb 2005 14:14|
|Depart Terminal||LUXEMBOURG, LU, LU||21 Feb 2005 17:08|
|Arrive Terminal||HVIDOVRE, CO, DK||01 Mar 2005 07:05|
|Out For Delivery||HVIDOVRE, CO, DK||01 Mar 2005 07:55|
|Delivered||HVIDOVRE, CO, DK||01 Mar 2005 12:49|
How could it take more than a week to get it from Luxembourgh to Denmark? It only took four days from Shanghai to Luxembourgh.
Not only did two of my colleagues get their PowerBooks from the same shipment 5 days earlier than I did, another one got his the same day as I did, but he had ordered his less than a week before. It's just not fair.
Author M. G. Liebach
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