Sending a parcel to Pakistan from the UK is easy when you’re shipping with . Our system makes choosing deliveries simple and quick, and helps you find reliable big-name couriers for up to 60% cheaper than booking direct. With door-to-door tracking, express and economy options and a 30-year history of international delivery, whether you’re shipping for business or sending a gift to Pakistan, you know your parcel will be in safe hands with .
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With over 30 years of experience in the courier business, we work with only the best couriers, allowing us to offer the cheapest prices without compromising on quality. Our rates on sending to Pakistan are often cheaper than the cost of standard postage , with the bonus that delivery is faster, tracked and signed for.
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At we don’t just offer great prices on delivery, we also offer fantastic choice. This means that whatever your requirements for shipping to Pakistan we will have a convenient solution for you.
As well as delivering from the UK to Pakistan, we also offer an import service from Pakistan to the UK. You can pick between express and economy options and even upgrade to timed collection or delivery, so your parcel arrives when you want it to.
Express – 3/5 Day Delivery
Express – 3/4 Day Delivery
3 – 5 day delivery.
Guaranteed pre 9am, 10:30am and Noon Delivery.
Economy 4 – 6 day delivery.
When importing into Pakistan, everything that passes through customs is subject to duties and taxes, regardless of its value. These fees are dependent on the value of the shipment, and are simple to pay. The only exception to this are document shipments. ’s system automatically generates the relevant customs forms to make it easy to get your parcels through safe and sound.
In order to make sure that there are no problems in clearing customs, make sure to properly fill out those customs forms – declaring your goods properly is key.
If you’re sending from the UK to Pakistan we can pick-up your package on the day that you book, provided you place your order in time. If your parcel is heavier than 50kg, or bigger than 180cm, then we’re going to need 24 hours’ notice.
With larger or heavier packages, you need to provide help for our delivery driver to load it onto the van. If you think you will need equipment, like a pallet truck or tail-lift, then tell our customer services beforehand and we’ll arrange it for you.
We will deliver your package in Pakistan between 9am and 7pm on a working weekday. As with collection, if you think special equipment will be required to help the receiver unload your shipment then let us know in advance.
Often our couriers will ask for a signature on delivery, but not always. If you want to guarantee a signed receipt of delivery, then you can add the ‘signature required’ upgrade when you book. Take note of our calendar of national holidays in Pakistan when we don’t deliver.
offers you the most detailed parcel tracking of any global courier, allowing you to follow your package door-to-door, from the UK to Pakistan. If there’s a delay for any reason not only will it show up on your account, but we’ll also email you about it, and our UK-based customer services team will be on hand to help get your parcel moving again.
Your parcel will be scanned at every step on its journey to Pakistan and the website allows you to follow its progress whether you’re viewing it on your computer, phone or tablet. Although our tracking can tell you when your package is on the van for delivery we can’t tell you exactly what time it will be delivered, so remember to send to an address where you know your recipient will be in to receive it.Learn more about tracking your Pakistan parcel
Sending a gift to a friend or family in Pakistan is a great way to let them know you care, and with it’s easy to do. Pakistan has no gift exemptions, so when you’re sending a gift, it will be subject to the same duties and taxes as any other package. There are a few other things to keep in mind when sending presents.
Most important is to properly declare your goods. It can seem a good idea to try and surprise the recipients, but if you’d like to make sure that there are no problems in clearing customs, this is not a good idea. Make sure to declare the full description and value in your paperwork.
Don’t let size stop you sending – can ship parcels up to 1,000kg or 270cm in length to Pakistan. We’re specialists in shipping bulky or oversized items, which means you can rely on us to get your bigger parcels to their destination safely and on time. We even have specialist air freight and pallet shipping services.
It’s simple to ship the biggest and heaviest parcels to Pakistan with . All you have to do is book a day in advance and be sure to be on hand to offer assistance in loading and unloading your package.Learn more about sending heavy items to Pakistan
Food is a much loved and very traditional gift throughout the year in Pakistan, so there’s plenty of opportunity to send something tasty to Pakistan. With you can ship food to Pakistan as long as it is not perishable, by which we mean anything that is not store bought or has an expiry date of less than six months after shipping. If your food breaks the below rules we won’t ship it and it won’t be allowed into Pakistan.
Also bear in mind that when sending food to Pakistan, samples of cereals, seeds and rice are checked by government departments before clearance. This may add extra time to your delivery being cleared by customs.
Before you hand over your package to our courier you should be confident that you have packaged it well enough to survive delivery to Pakistan. All international postage comes with some inevitable knocks and bumps along the way and unless your goods are properly protected they could get damaged, or even spill out of their container.
Fortunately, you only need to remember three things when packaging your parcel:
The box is the protective shell which holds your whole parcel together, so don’t scrimp on getting a brand new one. If your items weigh more than 10kg you will want to get a double-lined box for added stability.
Everything that goes into your box should be wrapped individually, then suspended in packaging materials, so that there is at least 6cm between all objects and the box edges. Make sure nothing can move inside the box, then everything should be cushioned from even the hardest knocks.
Wrap parcel tape three times around your package so that it forms a Union Jack flag pattern on the top. This will cover and strengthen all joins and corners. Remove any old shipping labels and make sure your new labels are firmly secured and readable.
can ship parcels up to 270cm in length on their longest side, and 1,000kg in weight. That’s about a third of the average elephant.
Yes, you can ship clothing to Pakistan with , unless the clothes were manufactured in Israel. Pakistan does not allow the import of any goods of Israeli origin.
has more than 30 years’ experience working with the world’s biggest couriers. That relationship means that we are able to offer you discounts of up to 60% compared to booking with them directly.
A: Recycling a used box to send your items may seem like a nifty bit of cost-saving, but often second-hand boxes can hide damage and weaknesses which can’t be detected from simply looking at them. This could lead to your package falling apart in transit, damaging, or even losing, its contents.
offers a range of express services, which will get your parcel to Pakistan in 3-5 days, as long as it is cleared by customs.
Yes, if your shipping to remote regions like Balochistan, Dalbandin, Ziarat, or other less urban areas, then delivery often takes 1 – 3 days longer, which we will let you know whenever you obtain an online quote.
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