International shipping made easy. With DPD.

International shipping made easy. With DPD.

With its many and varied regulations,  international shipping can quickly become a challenge. But don't worry, we’re here to help you.

Important information on international shipping

  • The international transport of hazardous goods in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) is excluded from our service. It is possible within Germany, however.
  • In international shipping by air freight, the transport of liquids and lithium batteries is only possible to a limited extent or not at all.
  • We must return parcels that are excluded from transport as returns at your expense.
  • You will be liable for any damage caused during the transport of prohibited goods (goods excluded from transport).

Please observe DPD's General Terms and Conditions and Conditions of Transport, as well as the international regulations and import requirements of the relevant countries of destination.

Important information on international shipping

  • The international transport of hazardous goods in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) is excluded from our service. It is possible within Germany, however.
  • In international shipping by air freight, the transport of liquids and lithium batteries is only possible to a limited extent or not at all.
  • We must return parcels that are excluded from transport as returns at your expense.
  • You will be liable for any damage caused during the transport of prohibited goods (goods excluded from transport).

Please observe DPD's General Terms and Conditions and Conditions of Transport, as well as the international regulations and import requirements of the relevant countries of destination.

Pay attention to the EU VAT rules for your international shipping.

EU VAT rules will apply to all businesses located in the EU and to companies that sell their goods in the EU.

Shipping planner: our information on international shipping

Efficient worldwide shipping – we’re experts in the field. By selecting your country of destination in our shipping planner, you will receive all important information about delivery times and country-specific import restrictions.

Delivery time calculator

Our delivery time calculator shows the standard delivery times for international shipments.

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Well received across borders. Our airfreight shipping

Take advantage of the benefits of our intercontinental shipping. Economical. Convenient. Secure.

Our services:

  1. All shipments and exports automatically receive ‘secured’ status (SPX by X-Ray)

  2. There are no additional costs. You don’t need to be approved as a ‘known shipper’.

  3. In addition to these security checks we also implement export declarations for you.

  4. We are certified as an approved economic operator in accordance with AEO-F (DE AEOF109351). This status is reserved for companies whose security concept has been checked by the customs authorities.

  5. We check all shipments before entrusting them to the relevant airline. They are screened and secured. As a result, within a very short time they comply fully with European and other international security standards.

In accorance with aviation security legislation, prohibited objects and hazardous goods are excluded from transport.

Export and customs information

Everything you need to know about exports to non-EU countries.

The term ‘export’ refers to the shipping of goods to countries which are not part of the European Union. In such cases the shipments must be cleared through customs when they are exported. Among other details, here you will find information on customs regulations, movement certificates, terms of delivery and commercial invoices.

Export and customs information

Everything you need to know about exports to non-EU countries.

The term ‘export’ refers to the shipping of goods to countries which are not part of the European Union. In such cases the shipments must be cleared through customs when they are exported. Among other details, here you will find information on customs regulations, movement certificates, terms of delivery and commercial invoices.

Frequently asked questions about international shipping

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