Parcel for one recipient
If you want to send one or more parcels to the same recipient abroad, this is a good solution for you. This service is ordered through Mybring or EDI.
- Delivered to the recipient's door/nearest optional delivery location
- Customised for online shops
- EDI can be used for mailing items in the Nordic Region
- Maximum weight per parcel is 20 kg
You can order through Mybring or EDI, and we will collect your parcel if you have a pick-up and delivery agreement with us.
Maximum weight per parcel is 20 kg in most countries but 25 kg for Finland.
Length must not exceed 150 cm and length+circumference must not exceed 300 cm.
Print out an approved address card via EDI, and attach it to the customs documentation. Your parcels will be collected from your home.
Your parcel can be tracked. The mailing item can be tracked to most countries.
Whether delivery of the mailing item is made to the recipient's door or to the post office will depend on the regulations of the recipient country.
For all parcels that are attempted to be delivered or sent directly to the post office, there is a collection deadline of at least 14 days and up to 4 weeks in some countries.
If the parcel is not collected by this deadline, it will be returned (unless you have an explicit waiver for the parcel in the transport label). In that case, you must pay the list price for an equivalent new parcel to the country in question.
How much does it cost?
The price for a package for one recipient can be found most easily when ordering in Mybring, in your agreement or in the price list below.
Calculated shipping weight applies, volume assessment (volume factor 200 kg/m3). VAT is not added to the international shipping price. Fuel surcharge is added. Additional services and price supplements, see separate price list below.
Export declaration including 3 product lines is included in the shipping price to all countries. The recipient/importer is responsible for what will be paid in the recipient country. VAT, customs duties and any import duties are charged to the recipient/importer.
Useful customs information
If you are sending parcels abroad, customs clearance is always included in the postage. The correct customs documentation is important to avoid stoppages and delays relating to customs processing.
Below you will see which customs documents are required for your recipient to receive the parcel as quickly as possible:
- Transport label or address card
- At least three copies of the commercial invoice
The fee for export declaration is included in the freight charge. If you need help filling out the customs documents, you can visit the customs clearance documents page. You can find out more about customs clearance here.
If you would like to make changes to your mailing item, you can choose from different additional services. These are ordered through either Mybring or EDI.
Cargo Insurance - we recommend Cargo Insurance for guaranteed compensation for the full value of your goods in the event of damage or loss.
Applies to all types of permitted goods with the exception of mobile phones, wine, spirits and refrigerated, frozen and fresh or damaged goods. Items sent to/from Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan cannot be insured.
Please contact your seller if you would like Cargo Insurance for a full year.
By entering their mobile number or email address, your customer will be notified by SMS or email when the shipment is on its way.
Your private recipients will have parcels delivered direct to the door. Applies to: PickUp Parcel Bulk
Makes it easy for your private recipients to return parcels free of charge from Denmark, Finland and Sweden
Your parcel can be delivered even if your recipient is not present to sign for it. You must provide an alternative delivery location on the transport label, for example “The item should be put under the stairs”.
When the recipient is not present for delivery, the driver follows the alternative instructions. The recipient then avoids having to collect the parcel from another address, thus speeding up delivery. This service is free and only applies in Denmark and Sweden. For this, you must be able to order via EDI and you must enter into an additional agreement with the seller.