With International Periodicals your magazines can reach all over the world at a low price. You can choose between quick delivery with First Class Mail or the more cost-efficient Economy service.
If your publication is registered as a periodical with PostNord, and has a periodical publication certificate issued by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office, you can send it abroad without any further registration as International periodicals, to a favourable price.
The Postage is determined by:
- First Class or Economy
- Single items or as shipment
How to post it
You can hand over your International Periodicals at the same handover point where you hand over your Domestic Periodicals, i.e. at the PostNord Letter Terminals on weekdays before 6 pm, or at our Business Centres on weekdays before 4 pm. Within the Nordic countries, magazines can be sent without an envelope. Magazines containing a supplement, or magazines with a destination outside the Nordic countries, require an envelope.
Good to know
To get your newspaper/magazine approved as a Periodical, you must be able to answer "yes" to the following questions:
- Does your newspaper/magazine qualify, in terms of its nature, format, appearance and content, as a publication that is generally regarded as being a newspaper or magazine?
- Does you newspaper/magazine hold a valid periodical magazine publication license issued by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office?
- Does the title on the front page/cover of your newspaper/magazine fully correspond with the title specified in the publication license for that newspaper/magazine?
- Is an issue number and issue year specified on the front page/cover of your newspaper/magazine?
- Does your newspaper/magazine contain no more than 25 % adverts, advertising, text advertising, articles and other texts and corporate messages for a single company or group of companies?
- Does your newspaper/magazine contain at least 25 % editorial material?