Send a parcel to China from only £26.44
At DPD Local Online, we can help you send your parcel to China with a minimum of fuss.
The World’s most populated country, China is an ancient, mysterious and beautiful land. A country that is becoming increasingly urbanised; whether you want to send a parcel to the megacities of Shanghai or Beijing, or perhaps some of the lesser known, more exotic areas, our extensive courier network will help you make getting your parcel to China as easy as possible.
Send a parcel to China
Well known for the reliability of our parcel delivery service, when it comes to sending a parcel to China, you can trust DPD Local Online. Experts in international delivery, we can help you take the stress out of working out the cost of postage to China with our range of express and economy delivery services.
Finding a parcel delivery service that not only matches your budget but also your timescales has never been easier. Get a quote from DPD Local online today to send your parcel to China.
Maximum Parcel Length - 0.60 m
Maximum Parcel Width - 0.60 m
Maximum Parcel Height - 0.60 m
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to China?
Being such a substantial importer of goods, it’s understandable that China has a number of customs regulations that need to be adhered to when sending a package there.
Don’t fret, though; we’ve made dealing with customs a breeze. Whenever you book an order with us, we’ll send you all the necessary forms for you to fill out for your parcel. You don’t need to worry about a thing.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to China?
Postage to China costs as little as £26.44 when you book through DPDLocal-Online.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to China?
China’s addressing system isn’t quite as regulated as it is in Europe or the United States, so it can be difficult to find the best way to address a parcel there. Thankfully, the Universal Postal Union has created this useful addressing guide for you to refer to.
What items can I send?
China is famed for its strict regulations on goods in and out of the country, some of which are banned altogether. Examples of prohibited goods include, but are not limited to:
- Platinum, gold or silver
- Radio transmitters
- Coins and banknotes
Chinese trade regulations are subject to change, so check with HM Revenue and Customs if you are unsure whether or not your item is prohibited. You should also refer to our prohibited items page for goods that our couriers aren’t permitted to handle.
Where can I find more information?
If you need any more information, you’ll find plenty of helpful stuff at our online Help Centre There you can browse our FAQ guides — covering everything from packaging tips to international shipping advice — or talk to one of our friendly advisors via the chat window.Get a Quote