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Send a Parcel From Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

With less than 30 miles between Northern Ireland and the UK mainland, it’s easy to get parcels from one location to another. By working with some of the best courier services in the business, we provide fast and efficient parcel delivery services, regardless of where you’re located.

Whether you’re sending parcels from Belfast, Armagh or Enniskillen, we can provide the cheapest rates and the fastest delivery services. If you’re importing a parcel from Northern Ireland to the UK mainland, we can ensure it arrives safely and on time.

If you need to send a parcel to the UK mainland quickly, we’ve got the right courier for you. Courier firms provide high-speed deliveries between Northern Ireland and the UK mainland so you can get your parcel to its recipient in no time.

If you need to get your parcel there urgently, why not opt for a next-day delivery service? Some courier firms even provide same-day delivery services so, depending on your exact location, your parcel could be with its recipient in just a few hours.

To make things easier, why not opt for a parcel collection? Whilst you could choose to drop your parcel off at a local drop-off point, you could also have it collected by a courier. As well as providing a convenient shipment service, courier collections mean that you get your parcel dispatched and on its way as quickly as possible.


Do I need to deal with customs when sending from Northern Ireland to the UK?

When you’re sending a parcel from Northern Ireland to the UK mainland, you won’t have to worry about your items going through customs. Providing your items meet the standard requirements, they won’t need to be processed by customs officials.

This is great news for senders as it means that delivery times are as fast as possible. With processing times significantly reduced, your parcel can be delivered swiftly and efficiently. By taking your items straight from your location to your recipient, we can ensure that items are delivered without delay.

How much does it cost to send a parcel to the UK from Northern Ireland?

When you’re sending parcels to any location, the exact cost will depend on the weight and size of your items. With just a few basic details, you can compare prices and services to make sure you get the best deal possible.

By reducing the size of your parcel and using lightweight packing materials, you may be able to reduce the cost of carriage even further.

If you’re a regular sender, you may even be able to get shipping discounts which can save you a significant amount in the long run. Whether you’re a retailer shipping goods or an individual sending items to friends and family, we can help you to find the best low-cost delivery service.

To find out more or to book your parcel delivery from Northern Ireland to the UK mainland, why not compare prices with us today?

How should I address my parcel for delivery to the UK?

When you're addressing a parcel, it's important to include as much information as possible. Although address formats are fairly standard across the UK, you may need to add a company name or house name, if the building has one. Providing basic address details, such as the street name, town and county are essential, but you'll also need to add the recipient's postcode to ensure that your parcel arrives on time.

If possible, it's a good idea to add your details as the sender. Putting this information on the underside of the parcel ensures that you can be contacted if necessary.

How much will I save?

Parcel Weight ParcelBroker
5kg £8.99 +VAT
10kg £8.99 +VAT
20kg £11.91 +VAT

Prohibited Items

What items can you send from Northern Ireland to the UK?

Even though there are no customs requirements between Northern Ireland and the UK, there are some restrictions regarding parcel deliveries. If you're sending a parcel from any location to the UK, you won't be able to send restricted items, such as prescription medication, tobacco or alcohol, unless you have the right licences in place.

Before you dispatch your parcel, it's worth taking a look at the courier's website or contacting them about your shipment. Every courier firm has a list of prohibited items which means that you won't be able to send them via parcel delivery. Normally, it's only potentially dangerous items which are restricted so you should find that the vast majority of items can be sent from Northern Ireland to the UK easily.