Addressing packages for delivery to Brazil
It’s important to send your parcel with all the correct paperwork. As part of your order, we’ll provide you with the correct forms. Then, you need to input the correct address and clearly state what is in the package – to ensure it clears customs without issues.
Sending food to Brazil
Brazil has specific laws that prohibit receiving frozen or fresh poultry, as well as frozen, fresh or processed pork. For more information on what food can be sent to Brazil, read our guide on shipping to Brazil.
Export large parcels to Brazil
With ParcelBroker, you can ship parcels up to 50 kg in weight via couriers such as UPS, DHL and FedEx.
Get a quote using the weight and dimensions of your heavy parcel for more information.
Customs for exports to Brazil
Exports to Brazil are subject to general international customs laws, and the export of illicit items such as drugs, alcohol, and firearms is strictly prohibited.
Find more information on how to contact Brazilian customs, here.
Is it Hard to Ship to Brazil?
Provided you follow the guidelines, and any relevant advice on export laws regarding Brazil, then you should not find it difficult to send your items to Brazil.
Remote Location Fees
Remote location fees may apply if your parcel's destination is not in a main delivery destination. Please check our guidance for more info.