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New Locations for Luggage Drop Off

The Authorised repairers of Samsonite Luggage have announced 3 new locations to drop off luggage for repairs.

Oct 24 2013, 7:22am CDT | by PR.com

Sydney, Australia, October 24, 2013 --(PR.com)-- LuggageStore.com.au the authorised repairers of the majority of the major international luggage brands in Australia have increased their drop off points from 1 to 4 in the Sydney region, NSW. Formerly people with a damaged suitcase had only the option of taking it to a Central Business District location. New locations include a north, south and west location. (Details below.)

The increase will benefit owners of Samsonite, Antler, Rimowa, Travelpro, Victorinox, American Tourister and many other luggage brands. Luggagestore.com.au is responsible for assessing luggage from these brands providing the item is still within the warranty period. Should the damage be related to a fault issue then it will be repaired free of charge. A charge may be incurred should the damage be mis-use related (such as airline damage). It should be noted however that certain brands offer a warranty that covers airline damage.

Director Peter Vale said "We are delighted to offer these extra drop off points, although our CBD location is central to the Sydney region, it is not convenient for everybody so by adding the new locations we have made it easier for a significant number of people. Finding out that your suitcase is damaged isn't the most pleasant of experiences especially if you are in Australia on holiday, these changes at least helps the process of getting the luggage to us."

Luggage drop off points 2014
Custom Luggage, 317 Sussex St, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Custom Luggage, 77 Berry St, North Sydney, NSW, 2060
The Luggage House, 7/185-187 Airds Rd, Leumeah, NSW, 2560
Luggage Gear, 72-74 Woodfield Bvd, Caringbah, NSW, 2229

Contact Information:
Peter Vale
1300 851 423
Contact via Email

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