Useful information about sending and receiving parcels in domestic and international shipping.
If you send parcels occasionally or in small numbers, you can send it at a Pickup shop. For larger numbers (two or more parcels daily), you have access to DPD\'s services as a contracted partner. If you already have a contract, send parcels in the Weblabel programme via the menu item \"Send a parcel\". If you are sending parcels every day, we recommend webshop integration, which automatically loads the recipient\'s details and relieves the sender of manual data entry. Use our dimensions calculator when sending a parcel.
The weight limit for packages carried by DPD is 40 kg (maximum girth: 3 m, maximum length: 1.75 m). The weight limit for parcels sent or received at Pickup shops is 20 kg, and the maximum length is 1 m.
Our packaging guide tells you about the materials you need to use for secure delivery. Please note that badly packaged parcels are vulnerable to damage and can cause damage to the other products.
If you regularly send two or more parcels daily to your customers, ask for an individual quotation.
Request collection by courier in the \"Order collection\" menu item of the Weblabel programme. If you send parcels daily, we recommend the \"daily collection\" setting, so that you do not need to request collection in Weblabel.
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.
If you regularly send two or more packages daily, ask for a quotation and become one of our contracted partners! Enjoy DPD's extra services if you are starting up a webshop or are an established business. Our domestic and international Classic services carry parcels for you quickly and reliably, and can be tailored to your own needs.
Every DPD parcel has a 14-digit parcel identifier. To track your consignment, enter this number into the parcel finder.
After collecting the parcel from the sender, we notify the recipient at the e-mail address given by the sender. This gives the expected delivery date (next weekday).
Twice. If the first delivery is unsuccessful, we make another attempt to deliver, usually the following weekday. If this is also unsuccessful, the courier leaves a notification at the address giving the address of the branch office where the package can be picked up personally within five weekdays.
After two unsuccessful deliveries, you can pick up the package in person at the depot given on the notification.
The notifications we send after collection, and on the day of delivery, include a link through which you can change the delivery date or address. The person who receives the e-mail can change the date and address in accordance with the data protection law. The system offers the next five weekdays as alternative delivery dates.
Find the Pickup shop nearer to you in the Pickup shop finder.
No, there is no facility for sending COD parcels in Pickup shops.
Pickup shops offer a flexible way of sending and receiving parcels. If you are waiting for a package, you don\'t have to stay at home waiting for the courier. Redirect it to the nearest Pickup shop, where you can collect it any day of the week. Most of our Pickup shops are in busy shopping centres or other easily-accessed places, so that you can send or pick up a parcel in the course of your daily activities.
Look for the best Pickup shop for you in our system, and you will find the opening times there.