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Re: international rad shipment

Mr Jo,

Thank you for the help and the information.  Everyone has been very helpful on
The solution we arrived at was to transfer the item to a researcher at the
University of Paris for analysis and then purchase a new amount of the product
a supplier in the United States.
I will catalog all of the suggestions I have recieved for future use in
hazardous materials internationally.  I do get involved in quite a number of
types of shipments.

Again, thank you for your help.

Wendell Rahorst

Mr Jo wrote:

> Wendell, I had a lot of problem sending H-3 to France last year. I used
> the Emery Worldwide after talking to a number of companies and people.
> They handled our shipment without any problem. I call HQ and talk to a man
> (I forgot his name) who handles RAM.  It may be different coming from
> France to US. Good luck. Call me if I could be any help. M.Jo
> ========================================================
> Myung Chul Jo
> Radiation Safety Officer
> University of Nevada, Reno
> Environmental Health & Safety Office
> Mail Stop 328
> Reno, Nevada 89557
> (702)784-4540
> (702)784-4553 fax