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Dutch Bicycle Company Disguises Their Shipments as Flat Screen Televisions to Avoid Shipping Damage

photo by Jason Gay VanMoof, the maker of beautifully modern bicycles quickly grew their business from “tiny Amsterdam bike-maker to global city-cycling company”, they realized that they would need to address shipping concerns. Despite many earnest attempts toward damage-free shipping, nothing seemed to work. That is, until one of the founders came up with a […]
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