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Cost of parcels to New Zealand from the UK
Send a parcel to New Zealand
Courier companies offer a good alternative to traditional postal services with tracking, proof of delivery, and low prices. They also offer the advantage of shipping much larger packages than the Postal services will take and will collect from your door. Drop off services are also available for your convenience. If you want to courier a package within the UK or send a parcel from the UK to New Zealand, courier services are often the best way to go. At Worldwide Parcel Services we ship for various sectors, commercial and private, transporting items with care and accuracy. So now you don’t need to worry about sending a heavy and large parcel to New Zealand, as Worldwide Parcel Services can do this for you simply and cheaply. Just check out our reviews!
If you need a cheap parcel courier to New Zealand, Worldwide Parcel Services offers a selection of worldwide delivery services all with full track and trace, to ensure that your parcel reaches its destination safely and securely.
Reviews for parcels to New Zealand
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How long does parcel delivery take to New Zealand?
Anywhere between 2 - 6 days depending on the type of parcel delivery service
Do I get free parcel cover?
Yes, up to the value of £50, more info at the checkout stage
Do I require a printer for these services?
You will require access to a printer as our labels are sent to you by email. After we send you your parcels labels you will need to print them out, ready for parcel collection
Will my parcel go via Australia to New Zealand?
No, it will go direct to New Zealand.
What parcel services are available for New Zealand?
We currently offer courier services from Easydrop, WPS and DHL
Are standards for customs the same on both islands?
Yes, anything which is deemed illegal for import will be the same on both islands.
Do I need a commercial/pro-forma invoice for my parcel to New Zealand?
All shipments which are being sent outside the EU require commercial or pro-forma invoices. This rule applies regardless of whether it is being shipper for private or business purposes.
Can I Track My Parcel to New Zealand
To track your parcel, simply keep all of the emails that we have sent you and you will be able to find the parcel tracking details on them. Once you know your parcel code you can use our parcel tracker tool on our website.
Can I send heavy parcels to New Zealand?
Yes. We can send parcels that weigh up to 500kg regardless of the shape or size of the package.
Our regular shippers receive exclusive parcels discounts and have access to unique delivery options. To become a regular shipper you must send at least 4 parcels or more per month.
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Parcel to New Zealand
New Zealand has quickly become one of the most popular destinations for Britons to move to. This is in large part because of its English heritage, its love of sports and its friendly people. New Zealand has a similar trade and legal systems as the UK so it is a very popular country for businesses to export to.
New Zealand is situated in the Pacific Ocean which may seem far away to send a parcel to. One of the most effective ways to send a parcel to the Kiwi homeland is to use a courier service. At WPS we are able to deliver a parcel to New Zealand in 2-4 days, with prices starting from just £30.25.
At Worldwide Parcel Services, we only use trusted and renowned courier services to ensure that we are getting the best possible services for our customers. We currently offer a variety of different parcel delivery services that include DHL. We can send parcels that weigh up to 500kg to New Zealand regardless of its shape or size.
Customs & Duty When Shipping to New Zealand
New Zealand has strict custom controls. They will not hesitate to investigate any parcel that comes through, so make sure you understand what you can and can't before attempting to use Worldwide Parcel Services.
- Agricultural products and food
- Animals or fish
- Chemicals or hazardous goods
- Drugs or drug utensils
- Endangered species
- Firearms and weapons
- Objectionable materials
- Radio communications