The UK and Germany are each other’s biggest European trading partners while the massive financial hubs of London and Frankfurt are amongst the most important in the world. In fact, over 12% of all the UK’s imports come from Germany.
Because of the huge importance both of these nations to each other’s economies, thousands of parcels travel between them each day. With super fast delivery times from Berlin to Bristol or Munich to Manchester, shipping from Germany to the UK couldn’t be easier with ParcelBroker. Take advantage of our low prices today!
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Due to excellent postal links, parcels can be sent from Germany to the UK quickly and easily. Most shipping companies can deliver from Germany to the UK in around 1 to 2 days, with delivery unlikely to take longer than 5 days with any service.
You will need to complete a customs declaration when importing or exporting goods from Germany to the UK.
As of 1 January 2021, the UK is treated as any other non-EU country, customs procedures and formalities now apply to trade between the UK and the EU.
When you come to send your parcel from Germany to the UK, you’re going to need to know how to address it. Thankfully, the standard address format in the UK is easy to follow. Parcels should be addressed to the UK as follows:
It is advisable to include a return address on the rear of the parcel if necessary and, if you are writing the address by hand, to ensure all lines are written in capital letters for clarity.
As both Germany and the UK are in the EU, there are no major differences in the import restrictions in the two countries. Unlike imports from outside the EU, there are no limits on the amount of alcohol or tobacco that can be sent from another EU country to the UK.
There are a number of items banned from import into the UK. Most of these are consistent with the EU’s own banned list. Items banned for import include:
Remember to check what you are planning to ship to the UK will definitely be allowed into the country before you send. The UK government’s page on banned items may be useful for this.
You should also be aware of ParcelBroker’s prohibited items, to ensure that you’re not sending any materials that aren’t permitted by our shipping policy.
When shipping a parcel to the UK, you must be sure you can find a courier which can actually carry out the delivery. The tool at the top of this page will tell you which companies can deliver your item and gives you a quote for postage with each.
When providing the weight and dimensions of your parcel, it is vital you measure correctly. Inaccurate values could lead to hefty extra costs being incurred!
Ensure your parcel is packaged as safely as possible. As goods can travel between Germany and the UK so quickly, it can be easy to forget how many people handle them and how many vehicles they are moved between. You must keep all items tightly wrapped and secured, or there is a chance the item you are sending could become damaged.