Multiple recipients in the same country

For when you have more than 20 parcels to send to private individuals in the same country.

Suitable if you have an online shop. You save time and money by sending your goods as a combined mailing item.

  • Can be sent to the Nordic Region and many European countries
  • Can be tracked
  • Delivered to the recipient’s nearest optional delivery location
  • Your customer receives notification by mail or SMS

Tell me what to do

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You

You

You can order through Mybring or EDI, and we will collect your parcel if you have a collection agreement with us. (LINK)
 
Maximum weight per parcel is 20 kg.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. 

2
Us

Us

The mailing item can be tracked to most countries.

The transit times vary depending on which country you are sending goods to.

Find transit times in your agreement, or phone us on 04045 for more information.

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The recipient

The recipient

Depending on the regulations of the recipient country, the mailing item will either be delivered direct to the door or to the post office.

Parcels that are attempted to be delivered or that are sent directly to the post office have 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 and there is not an explicit waiver for this in the transport label, the parcel will be returned to you. The list price for an equivalent new parcel to the country in question must then be paid.  

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How much does it cost?

The price includes collection, transport and delivery to the recipient's post office. Export and import declarations are included in the price.

You must have an agent or a representative in the recipient country who can handle customs and VAT.

Feel free to contact us for further information on prices.

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 parcels as quickly as possible: 

  • Transport label
  • At least three copies of the commercial invoice
  • If there are a lot of customs codes, we will request a commercial goods list (punch list) (LINK) in order to be able to carry out more efficient and cost-effective customs clearance
  • Routing Label (one per pallet [load bearer])
  • Waybill (consignment/delivery note) for the entire consignment

The fee for export and import customs clearance is included in the freight charge. The sender may need to have registered an importer who is responsible for VAT, customs and any other costs in the recipient country. You can find out more about customs clearance here.