Addressing packages for delivery to Germany
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 Germany
If you are sending food to Germany, you must ensure that all ingredients are clearly labelled on the packaging, and that any items have a shelf life of at least 6 months. For more information on what food can be sent to Germany. Read our guide on shipping to Germany here.
Export large parcels to Germany
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 Germany
Exports to Germany are generally charged at a standard VAT rate of 19%, with convenience goods charged at 7%.
Find more information on how to clear German customs, here.
What is the cheapest way to ship something to Germany?
ParcelBroker offers shipping to Germany starting from just £17.10. Explore our Economy and Express Shipping options, and our Complete Shipping to offers shipping to Germany Guide.
Remote Location Fees
Is your parcel’s destination in a remote location in Germany? You may need to pay an additional charge to help get your parcel there safely. Find more information, here.