feral trade coffee Nonualco
from Codecano San Pedro Nonualco, El Salvador
Borbonne coffee (Arabica) shadegrown in high-altitude volcanic San Pedro Nonualco, El Salvador, by Cooperativa de Caficultores Nonualcos R.L. (CODECANO). Roasted and packaged by CODECANO on location. Ground or beans. http://www.feraltrade.org/coffee. ferally traded since: 24/02/05.
FER-1487
Cube Microplex Bristol, UK to Futuresonic Manchester, UK
dispatched 06/05/09 delivered 13/05/09
coffee Nonualco shipment FER-1487
REMARKS: social stimulant, to accompany Reading the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report on Climate Change / A Collaborative Public Reading / May 14-16 / 11AM-7PM every day / Manchester / Futuresonic 09. organised by Amy Balkin http://www.tomorrowmorning.net/readingIPCC
QTY: 4 units at bag each
FROM: Cube Microplex in Bristol, UK
http://microplex.cubecinema.com
TO: Futuresonic in Manchester, UK
http://futuresonic.com
SENDER:kate rich
RECEIVER: amy balkin
REQUESTED: to ship between 07/05/09 and 13/05/09
INVOICE:invoice-1487
STATUS: delivered Futuresonic 13/05/09
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COURIER: delta airlines  kate rich  Ricardo Andres Yglesias M.  ali jones  kate rich  amy balkin 
TOTAL ROUTE:  Codecano-San Pedro Nonualco-San Salvador-SAL San Salvador airport-Atlanta airport-LGW-London Heathrow Airport-M4-M32-Cube Microplex-East Bristol-Birmingham New Street-Liverpool Station--Futuresonic

       
coffee Nonualco Cube Microplex to Futuresonic 1. DSC00561 2. DSC00599 3. DSC00605 4. coffee ipcc climate change report manchester
Shipping Facts
FER-1327 import purchase & freight
550 x coffee Nonualco baggrossper bag
payment to Codecano $3051 at exhcnage rate 1.96 USD t o1 GBP 1550.00 2.82
payment to kingscote freight, including freight agent fee, HCH handling fee, duty 77.76 0.14
petrol to airport 25.00 0.05
total1652.763.01
Courier Report FER-1487 DISPATCHED: 06/05/09 DELIVERED: 13/05/09 ali jones wobbly pannier bicycling through inner city traffic.gates and footpath entrances proved problematic due to wide load. at train station continued with hand luggage as couldnt risk bicycle on packed rush hour train plus chaos of platform changes at birmingham new street(this train station is very strict on giving out free water).stopped in liverpool for weekend (sojourn to formby), setting up one tea towel sale and generating wider discussion surrounding coffee. headed for manchester late monday to begin work tuesday and leave parcels behind reception of contact theatre with very lovely house managers.
onward transit of FER-1327 from Codecano arrived Cube Microplex 2007-07-25
kate rich 20/6/07 Bank transfer for $3062 ($3011 plus added $51 for random bank charges) with Abbey UK. 17/7/07 email from Ricardo Yglesias, the transfer arrived and coffee is enroute at San Salvador airport. Phoned Kingscote freight agent at Heathrow (0208 890 1000), they will contact when the shipment is landed. 24/7, no news. 25/7 no news, midday phoned Kingscote, they had misspelt my phone number, the coffee was delivered to HCH (Delta freight handlers) Heathrow the previous night, shipping documents lost by Delta. Paid fees to Kingscote by phone. 7PM after bristol commuter traffic ebb, left Cube by car, petrol at 96p/L, M32 and M5 rainless despite earlier this week great South West Floods of 2007 engulfing towns. At Heathrow, followed Terminal 4&5 signs to arrive at the HCH cargo compound. Picked up the shipment retrieval documents at Reception with drivers ID and Kingscote authorisation. Shipment pallet delivered by forklift, boxes were all present but many were opened and the coffee bags looked rummaged. Forklifters kindly reweighed the shipment (252 kg) and recorded the pickup as damaged. Drive home was gloomy yet aromatic. Arrived Cube at midnight, unloaded 1/4 metric tonne coffee into the under-auditorium-seating area. Coop had miscompiled the order as 175kg ground coffee and 75kg beans, the reverse of my emailed order; the ground coffee was also ground too coarse. Emailed Ricardo shipping report then went home to sleep (see http://www.feraltrade.org/coffee/correspondance/shipment7/grind_disaster_07_26_2007_16:45:27-600 for more).
Ricardo Andres Yglesias M. Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 22:19:25 -0600 From: Ricardo Yglesias. Hi Kate, the money arrived to the bank correctly; we took the 250 K today to the airport, and is leaving probably tomorrow to Heathrow by Delta Air Lines with Bill of Lading No. 006-5033-8385 so you can trace it. Tomorrow morning I will send you the Itinerary. Best regards Ricardo. Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 14:43:17 -0600 Subject: RE: Coffee shipment will go tomorrow. Hi Kate, I contacted our agent in the airport, COMCA INTERNATIONAL, and they tell me that the shipment is still on the waiting line, and will not leave today, probably tomorrow, but for sure on Friday. I will inform you of the itinerary as soon as I have the information. Thu, 19 Jul 2007 13:58:00 -0600 Hi Kate, I am sending you the mail I received today from COMCA INTL, which they say that Delta will have space until Saturday or Sunday, as I talk to Sr. Juan Montoya this morning. On the other hand we received at the Bank $3,011.90, I understand that the bank here charges $15.00 more or less, when we have the monthly bank statement I'll confirm to you.
coffee Nonualco transit: Codecano to Cube Microplex
           
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