Here you’ll find useful tips and tools for sending parcels. We have listed all relevant information about shipping within Belgium and abroad. You will also find user instructions for our products and services, as well as an overview of all the available interfaces with various shop and shipping systems.
The combined dimensions of your parcel are:
The volumetric weigth of your parcel:
NOTE: This is a computed value which was not measured with calibrated scales - please see the note in the first paragraph.
Our drivers make two delivery attempts as standard. if the consignee is not present at the address, the driver will leave a note in the letterbox. The driver will then attempt to deliver the parcel again on the next working day. If the consignee is absent once again, the driver will leave another note in the letterbox. The note explains how the consignee can obtain the parcel.
The diesel surcharge reflects price trends on the energy market. This means that the additional costs caused by any rise in diesel prices are passed on to the business shipper. The amount of the currently applicable surcharge can be viewed online at any time. The fuel surcharge is charged as a percentage of the net shipping costs and shown separately on the invoice.
No. We only accept parcels that are ready for shipment. For DPD to safely transport a parcel, it must be properly packed before we can accept it.
For our own protection and the protection of our customers, there are some goods we cannot store or send. First and foremost these are objects that are classed as hazardous under national and international laws. Also excluded from transport are any items that might represent a danger to people or other goods being transported, on account of their characteristics or their packaging. Also excluded from transport are:
Jewels, precious stones, precious metals, pearls
Securities (coins, banknotes, bills of exchange, bearer titles and other titles)
Means of payment (credit cards, non-cleared checks, etc.)
Artworks, antiques, unique articles
Publications or audiovisual media prohibited by law
Alcohol (excluding alcoholic beverages)
Perishable or frozen food (unless via DPD fresh)
Flowers and plants
Animals, dead or alive
Narcotics prohibited by law
Firearms and explosives
certificates, unique documents or passports
pelts, carpets, wrist and pocket watches
goods whose value exceeds € 13,000 per parcel
prescription drugs and hypodermic needles
decorative objects and leather goods with a value exceeding € 520 per package
human remains, body parts or organs, medical or biological research material, medical waste
tenders and related documents, contracts, test results and similar documents to be provided
Further information on excluded goods is available in our general terms & conditions.
You can create the parcel label via our online shipping tool DPD Web Parcel. Next, stick the label on your parcel and bring it to a Pickup parcelshop closeby.
You can drop the package in any pickup parcelshop. To find your nearest parcelshop is in your area, see our Pickup parcelshop finder.
Parcels which you ship with DPD are automatically insured to a goods value of up to €520. Business customers have the additional possibility of arranging for higher insurance on demand. Please note that higher insurance can only be concluded for individual orders. You can require a higher insurance here.