Cheap Parcel Delivery to Poland
Rates starting at just £18.00
It is now simpler than ever before to conveniently send parcels to Poland and many people find that the rates for courier delivery from the UK are much less than they expected. Poland is a popular destination for many of the hundreds of thousands of parcels that RAND Logistics deliver each year and we've got many years of experience in getting your goods to Poland quickly and efficiently.
The Republic of Poland is Europe's 9th largest country with a population of over 38.5 million people and since joining the EU there has been much movement of people between the UK and Poland. Perhaps because of this the amount of postal traffic that Poland receives from Britain is very high and the country receives many shipments from our shores all year round.
To send a parcel to Poland, no matter if it's large or small, simply use the form above to get an instant quote from RAND Logistics. We're confident that you won't find better rates anywhere else and the service we provide is second to none so book with confidence and discover just how hassle free international shipping to Poland can be.
Before you send a parcel to Poland, it is essential that you check you item is not present on either Poland's restricted or prohibited items list. Any item that complies with these lists can be seized by customers and potentially destroyed. You don't want to have to deal with customs surrounding your parcel and you certainly don't want to lose an item of value or that is dear to you, so make sure you use the following information before sending.
All forms of military equipment including arms and ammunition are prohibited in Poland, whilst radioactive materials and perishable substances that are both potentially infectious and non-infectious are also present on the list of prohibited items. Forms of text and printed imagery that do not comply with the interest of Poland are also prohibited.
If you plan on sending an urn that contains human ashes into Poland, you are required to obtain an import permit from the Presidium of the Municipal Council. This is to make sure the area in which the urn could be potentially buried is known. Many other items require import permits, so you should make sure you are aware of these items by contacting the addressee.