How do I send Post Parcel International consignments?
The easiest way to send parcels is by using Skicka Direkt, where you can pay the postage via your computer and print out the shipping documents. Then you just hand in the parcel at your nearest service point. You can also pay for the parcel at one of our service points.
Do you not have a printer? That’s no problem, you can print out your shipping documents at the service point. Just show the barcode you receive when making your purchase.
Delivery times vary, depending on the destination of the parcel. Within Europe, parcels are usually delivered 2–5 days after being handed in. Delivery to the door is also included in certain countries. Calculate the time it takes for the parcel to arrive at the recipient.
Returns of Parcel Post International
If the recipient does not pick up the package, this will be returned to you. You will then have to pay a fixed fee for return handling, currently SEK 160 SEK.
Are you sending a parcel within the EU?
For shipments containing goods sent to countries outside the EU, different requirements are imposed on you as a sender, depending on whether gifts or products for sale are being sent.
More information is available from the Swedish Customs Agency.
The following documents need to be included when you send a parcel abroad
|Item value max. SEK 2,000*||Customs Declaration CN23. EORI/personal ID number must be stated if the item is being sent for retail purposes.|
|Item value more than SEK 2,000||Customs Declaration CN23 and commercial or pro forma invoice in triplicate. EORI/personal ID number must always be stated. Personal ID number can be stated on the enclosed invoice/receipt instead of on the export declaration.|