Parcel Delivery To Dominican Rep.

International parcel delivery services are available from the UK to the Dominican Republic. Most services transit through the United States and then travel on to the island on the following day.  To see services from major couriers, just get an instant online quote below.

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Your goods must be on a pallet, wrapped and stable for lift (?)

Choose your pallet size

Quarter pallets
Up to 250kg
Up to 0.8m high

Half pallets
Up to 500kg
Up to 1.1m high

Full pallets
Up to 1000kg
Up to 2.0m high

    Same Day Service

    Same Day Delivery

    If you have a parcel, pallet or document you need to ship in a hurry within the UK, get an instant quote right here for a Same Day collection and delivery.

    This is a documents service for papers only. Your documents must weigh 1.5kg or less when packaged and be 40cm x 30cm x 5cm or smaller in size.

    Package your documents in a cardboard envelope, not paper, so they can withstand transportation within a large courier network (?). Measure the dimensions for your envelope in the same way as you would measure a parcel, using 1cm for anything less than 1cm in size.

    P4D POST is only available from our Banbury office. Book online and drop it into us, from £1.50 per item.

    Size: 353mm x 250mm x 25mm in size or smaller.

    Weight band:

    • 250g or less
    • 251 - 500g
    • 501g - 750g

    Weigh and measure the dimensions for your post item as accurately as possible, a kitchen scale is useful here.

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    About the Dominican Republic

    The Dominican Republic is a country in the Caribbean. The Dominican Republic sits to the East of Haiti. The name of the island is Hispaniola, originally discovered by Christopher Colombus. When he first set sights on the island he declared it one of the most beautiful places on earth. Many tourists have visited since and they seem to confirm his impression.

    Throughout the previous centuries the control of the island has passed between the Spanish, the French and the Haitians. The country of the Dominican Republic finally gained independence in 1844. Over the following years there was stunted growth and progress. Since 1966 the government of the Dominican Republic has been representative and competitive elections have become the rule rather than the exception.

    The Dominican Republic a popular tourist destination for Americans as well as Europeans. Puerto Plata is a well known resort and attracts tourists searching for sun, sand and relaxation. The capital city is Santo Domingo, this historic city is old and recognized by the UN as an area worth of protection. It is now the most populous city in the country and is a regional base for culture and business. The city is a bustling collection of over 4 million people and the home to many bars, restaurants and music venues.