Indonesia is a group of islands in South East Asia. It has a large population (the fourth largest in the world) and strong buying power, so it makes an excellent partner for trade. It's one of the world's emerging market economies, and the demand for sending international parcels is on the rise.
The UK is working on improving and increasing strong business links with Indonesia, so shipping requirements will continue to grow.
ParcelBroker is there to meet all your needs when it comes to sending a business or personal parcel. We work with international courier partners to get your parcel to Indonesia, safely, quickly and at the best prices.
Do I need to deal with customs when sending a parcel from the UK to Indonesia?
You will need to complete a customs form and attach it your parcel. We've got it covered though, and we'll send you the forms you need to complete, so all you have to do is fill it in and attach it to the front of your parcel.
How much does it cost to post a parcel to Indonesia?
ParcelBroker will arrange delivery of your parcel door to door for as little as £23.90. We work with a range of top international couriers to get you the best prices.
We offer a flexible service that responds to your needs, so you can add extras and additional options to your delivery such as tracking by signature, express delivery and extended liability cover for parcels with important or expensive contents.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Indonesia?
Addressing a parcel to Indonesia is very similar to how you would address one in the UK. This guide from the Universal Postal Union will walk you through it if you want further guidance.
ParcelBroker offers cheap, efficient services to Indonesia. Parcel prices will depend on weight and your parcel's dimensions. The below guide will give an indication of price, but for an instant quote enter all the details of your parcel's weight and dimensions into the box at the top and you'll soon get an unbeatable price.
We work with a range of international couriers to offer you the best prices for your parcels.
What items can't I send to Indonesia?
There are a number of items you cannot send to Indonesia. Indonesia has a strong policy on outside media within the country, and so you cannot send anything like printed media e.g. newspapers and magazines, CDs, and any form of photography. There are also restrictions on recorded media, which has to have been approved before import.
Other items include: