Cheap Parcel Delivery to Estonia
Rates starting at just £18.00
The Republic of Estonia is the most northerly of the former Soviet Union Baltic states as well as the smallest and with its population of 1.3 million the country is only slightly more populous than Birmingham! Despite this, there is a high volume of postal traffic to Estonia and attractive rates have kept the deliveries flowing.
So if you've got a parcel destined for Estonia, make sure you get a quote from RAND Logistics before you send it because we're confident you won't find lower rates or a better service anywhere else. Simply fill in your details above for an instant quote and find out just how competitive our rates to Estonia are.
If you are preparing to send a parcel to Estonia, you should be made aware of items that are prohibited by Estonia's customs office. Sending a parcel that complies with Estonia's list of prohibited items will result in your parcel being intercepted by customs. You should also understand the importance of restricted items and the necessary authorisation that may be required before sending a particular item.
Common items such as arms and ammunition are present on Estonia's list of prohibited items. This includes any parts or further accessories that can accompany military equipment. Explosives and pyrotechnics are also prohibited, whilst you are forbidden from sending radioactive materials, highly infectious and non-infectious flora and other biological substances into the country as well. Precious stones, jewellery, gold, silver and other valuable items are also banned. You may not ship items that contain coins, bank notes, currency notes and other forms of security to Estonia either.
Estonia has a restricted items list that is similar to that of most countries, with medicines and other narcotics included. Products used for medical treatment are subject to authorisation before shipping by either the Estonian Ministry of Social Maintenance Health Department or by the Estonian State Department of Veterinary. Estonia also requires flour and cereal preparation ingredients to be inspected by quarantine officials prior to being sent.