| International Circuits currently uses UPS and DHL shipping services which allow us to ship anywhere door-to door, worldwide. These major carriers provide real-time tracking updates on the status of your shipped package. We will provide you with your tracking information immediately after your package has been shipped. Tracking services can be accessed online or through dedicated customer service lines located on each company’s website.|
Lead time is the time between when your order is placed and when your order is shipped. By planning ahead and leaving a larger allotment for lead time you can experience significant savings. Weekends are not counted as business days and therefore do not factor into the lead time. Orders placed on weekends will be held until the next business day. The table below is provided as an overview of 3, 5 and 7-day lead times.
|3 Day Lead Time||5 Day Lead Time||7 Day Lead Time|
|Order Date||Ship Date||Order Date||Ship Date||Order Date||Ship Date
|Monday||Thursday||Monday||Next Monday||Monday||Next Wed.|
|Tuesday||Friday||Tuesday||Next Tuesday||Tuesday||Next Thursday|
|Wednesday||next Monday||Wednesday||Next Wed.||Wednesday||Next Friday|
|Thursday||Next Tuesday||Thursday||Next Thursday||Thursday||Next Next Mon.|
|Friday||Next Wed.||Friday||Next Friday||Friday||Next Next Tues.|
Expedited shipping is also available. Please make note of it during the order process if you would like this feature. Expedited shipping services will be subject to additional charge.
*International customers are responsible for any customs and duty fees incurred on all orders. These charges will vary from country to country.
2011 Holiday Schedule
Orders placed during our overseas holiday schedule will be subject to delay (please note: these days will not be factored into the leadtime).
Ching Ming Festival - Monday/Tuesday, April 4th and 5th
Chinese Labor Day - Monday, May 2nd
Dragon Boat Festival - Monday, June 6th
Independance Day - Monday, July 4th
Mid-Autumn Festival - Monday, September 12th
National Day - Saturday, October 1st to Sunday, October 9th
Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 24th
*Christmas Day- Monday, December 26th
*December 25th falls on a Sunday, hence Monday, December 26th will be treated as a holiday.