Just the Goods ships worldwide via Canada Post, USPS, UPS, and FedEx
To offer the lowest possible "public wholesale" pricing, the cost of shipping is not factored into the price of each individually handmade item. Rates are calculated by weight according to the terms of each carrier.
Orders to the United States ship from the US via USPS as domestic mail on Wednesdays and Fridays. Delivery occurs within 1 - 5 business days after shipping. Tracking is included with all parcels. Delivery by UPS or FedEx is also available.
Orders throughout Canada and to other international destinations ship via Canada Post on Fridays. Delivery by UPS or FedEx is also available, and may be the default carrier in cases where the weight of a parcel exceeds the limit for a regional carrier. Parcels within Canada automatically include tracking. Tracking is only included with international parcels if this service is purchased at checkout (i.e. FedEx and UPS). Please note that Canada Post and USPS may not include door-to-door tracking; some services may offer no tracking at all, others may only include tracking until it has reached the local postal system (i.e. China and Switzerland are examples of two countries that don't transfer a local tracking number).
International clients seeking alternative shipping options are welcome to explore global re-shipping services such as Borderlinx, Planet Express, and BoxInUS are popular among European clients. OA Cargo Express specializes in serving Japan, Korea and Vietnam. Aramex, specializes in serving the South West Asian and North African (a.k.a. "Middle-East") region. Each country may have it's preferred reshippers, so it is best to conduct research from your region to determine which company offers the best reviews. Parcels ship out on Wednesdays and Fridays.
For complete information about JTG's shipping policy, including policy regarding the correct addressing of parcels, please visit: https://justthegoods.net/pages/order-processing-everything-you-ever-wanted-to-know-about-shipping
Updated August 18, 2019