Cheap Parcel Delivery to New Zealand
Rates starting at just £20.00
RAND Logistics offers the most
competitive rates and the very best service sending a parcel to New Zealand.
We've negotiated fantastic deals with our courier partners and we are over the
moon to be able to pass on those significant savings to you, our valued
customer. We deliver parcels anywhere in New Zealand, on both the North and
South Islands. We can deliver heavy and large parcels and we are often used as
an eBay courier service.
Despite its relatively small size New Zealand is one of the most popular destinations that RAND Logistics deliver packages to. Although only populated by around 4.4 million people, New Zealand's islands are incredibly popular with travellers from across the world, in particular tourists from the UK. As a result, the island nation attracts a lot of postal traffic from our shores.
If you're looking to send a parcel to New Zealand's North Island, South Island or any of the smaller outlying islands, we can offer you unbeatable rates. Simply enter your details in the form above and we'll provide you with an instant quote to ship your package quickly and efficiently to New Zealand from anywhere in the UK.
Whether your parcel
destination is Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown or Dunedin, we
guarantee our low international rates and comprehensive service will keep you
coming back. And with our free online tracking service you'll know exactly
where your parcel is at any time of the day or night. For exceptional service
and low cost International parcel delivery let Rand Logistics do the hard work
When you are sending items to another country, it is important to find out exactly what you can and can't send. Most countries have import rules with restrictions and prohibitions on the types of things you can send. Each country has its own restrictions and a list of prohibited items so don't assume you know just because you've sent parcels abroad before. You'll need to keep up to date with any current changes.
Just like any other country New Zealand also has its own shipping restrictions, so it is worthwhile checking with an official source before you send your parcel. It is also important to know the difference between prohibited and restricted items. Prohibited items cannot be sent at all, in any quantity, whereas restricted items may be sent under certain circumstances and only then in limited quantities as set out by the country's own postal system.
We've put together a
guide to give you an idea about some of the items you will not be able to send to
New Zealand so that you don't waste time and money trying to send items which
will be rejected.
New Zealand takes border control very seriously and has strict custom regulations. Anything which is inadequately packaged will not be allowed into New Zealand. You must be careful to package items, especially those which may be considered dangerous in certain contexts, with absolute care. Only use sturdy packaging materials, and make sure you have used enough parcel tape to prevent flaps on the boxes opening.
Dangerous goods are not allowed into New Zealand by the rules of the International Air Transport Association, including, but not limited to:
Flammable solids and liquids
Oxidising substances and organic peroxides
Toxic and infectious substances
Anything which is illegal in both New Zealand and the host country will not be permitted.
Drugs (which are not labelled and in prescription quantities), lithium ion, human remains, most live animals, perishables and currency in any form (including cash, cards, travellers cheques and deeds) are also not allowed into New Zealand.
As agriculture and the natural environment are of paramount importance in New Zealand biosecurity is extremely strict. So animals, manures, fish, crustaceans, whale products, vegetable products, clay, earth plants and plant seeds are prohibited from entry to New Zealand.
Many postal services will not allow fragile items, jewellery, watches, precious stones and metals, art and antiques and unused stamps into New Zealand, so it is important that you only select a service in which these items can legally be sent if you intend to send them to New Zealand.
Many goods mailed into New Zealand are subject to import duty. Goods up to a specific amount require a customs label signed by the sender. The sender's full name and address must also be written on the front of the parcel in the top left hand corner. Goods over a certain amount will require a customs declaration.