Parcel Delivery To The Philippines From The UK
For whatever reason you’re looking to send a parcel to The Philippines you’re no doubt looking for value for money, our main aim is to offer exactly that. If you’re looking for a reliable, cheap and dedicated courier to The Philippines then search no more.
Our low-cost parcel delivery service to The Philippines starts from as little as £18.98, you can even save £1.25 if you drop your parcel off at our of our 52 nationwide depots.
All you need to do is quickly register and you’re good to go. You can then select when you would like your parcel to be collected, this can even be tomorrow if it’s ready. Our experienced courier drivers will then come and collect your parcel from either your home or work and it will be in The Philippines in 3-5 days.
We are not on comparisons sites or parcel broker sites so you get the best rates by coming direct, there’s no middle man here either your deal directly with us.
Our 3-5 days express delivery service to The Philippines includes:
Free Collection - From home or work
Free £50 Cover – Additional cover can be added
Online Booking – You can book your parcel in for collection right now
Online Tracking – Know exactly where your parcel is
Delivery Notifications – For both you and your recipient
5 Star Rated Courier – See our reviews here
Import Restrictions & Prohibitions
Importing goods to the Philippines are designated into two categories; your consignment will be considered either an informal or a formal entry.
Informal Entry - Informal entry covers commercial shipments under a certain value, as well as all personal shipments.
Formal Entry - Formal entry rules apply to commercial goods over the designated amount, as well as specific categories of products that are considered formal regardless of their value.
Some goods are restricted from entering the country completely; this includes products that can help illegal abortion, including printed material and medications. It is also not permitted to import dynamite, rebellious printed material, obscenity, lottery tickets, illicit drugs, used clothing and toy guns.
Import restrictions apply to many other categories of products and goods. For more information, see the website published by the Philippine Bureau of Customs.
Creating a packing list that is as detailed as possible will increase the likely hood or your parcel clearing customs swiftly. All items included in the package should be declared, as well as the estimated value of the goods.
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