As one of our closest neighbours, the UK and France have a long history of trade. There are thousands of pallet deliveries sent everyday between the two nations.
Our couriers deliver pallets to some of the most popular French destinations, including: Paris, Lille, Marseille, Reims, Lyon, Le Havre, Toulouse, Saint-Etienne, Nice, Rennes, Strasbourg, Montpellier, Nantes and Bordeaux.
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We only work with the best pallet delivery couriers, who operate regular and affordable services between the UK and France. As we have been in the business a long time, we have built great relationships with the couriers, and this means we are able to provide heavily discounted prices.
Our website is designed to be quick and simple to use. To find the best quote for your pallet, all you need to do is enter the delivery and collection address, along with the pallet's dimensions and weight. Our website will then quickly scan the very latest prices to find you the best deal to suit your needs.
Do I need to deal with customs when posting pallets from the UK to France?
As France is part of the European Union, there is a free trade agreement in place which allows for goods to pass freely across the border between the UK and France. This is great news for pallet deliveries, as it means that delivery is very quick thanks to no customs clearance centres. It also means that there are no import charges for your recipient to pay, which makes commercial deliveries very cost-effective.
How much does it cost to send a pallet from the UK to France?
Pallet delivery to France is very affordable thanks its close proximity and the excellent transport links we share. There is a large amount of competition between the couriers to offer the best price possible, which helps keep the cost of pallet delivery very low. Current prices for a 50kg Euro quarter pallet from a mainland UK address to France start from around £114 +VAT, with a delivery time of around 3-4 business days.
How should I address the pallet for delivery to France?
Once you have ensured your pallet is securely wrapped for delivery it is time to address the pallet. The French postal service prefers for addresses to be written in capital letters, which makes them easier to read. The postcode should be written to the left of the locality name, rather than below. Ensure that the address is written in the middle of the label and attached to the pallet on one of the sides.
What items can I send to France?
There are some import restrictions in place and some of the prohibited items are very common, such as: weapons, ammunition, live animals, money, credit and debit cards and drugs. There are some unusual restrictions which do catch people by surprise, these include: rubber erasers, pyjamas which have been made from artificial fibres, silicone designed for plastic surgery, toys which contain copper sulphate, vitamins and Viagra. If you do want to double check before sending anything, HM Revenue and Customs will be able to offer an up-to-date list of any restricted items.