Export – sending to a different country
Do you want to send a consignment abroad? Information about the rules and procedures if you export goods or send letters or parcels to other countries is available here.
In terms of customs issues, export refers to sending goods to a country outside the EU – including from the countries that are regarded as being in the EU tax areas or excise areas.
Export for private individuals
Information about the rules and procedures if you as a private individual want to send letters or parcels to other countries is available here.
Customs documents and shipping documents
When sending goods within the EU, a safety declaration must be included with the consignment. The safety declaration is on the bottom part of the green customs label CN22. If you buy freight via Skicka Direct, you fill in the documents directly in the tool. Otherwise you can order here on the website or pick-up at one of our service points.
If goods are being 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.
Check which documents are required when using our services.
Export for businesses
Exporters have to be aware of a range of aspects. These include rules, terms and conditions, figures and documents. Information about the rules and procedures if your company wants to send letters, parcels, pallets, groupage cargo or part loads to other countries is available here.
By collaborating with PostNord, you get help with the delivery of parcels to your customers, and this gives you and your customers numerous advantages. For example, PostNord’s services provide you with fast, smooth and seamless transportation of goods directly to the customer.
Items that are being exported should always have documentation showing the content and value of the goods. Check which documents are required when using our services.
Terms and conditions for each service.