Parcel Delivery To Bangladesh

We work with major parcel couriers and offer services to Bangladesh at heavily discounted prices. Get an instant quote using the box below and you'll see the available options. You can then book online and your parcel will be collected on the day you choose.

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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.

    Cheapest parcel delivery

    As an official reseller for major courier services like DHL, Parcelforce and TNT, we offer cheaper courier prices for businesses and individuals who are not able to get a low enough rate with the courier company directly. We handle all customer service matters on your behalf, so you need not worry.

    About Bangladesh

    Bangladesh means Bengal Nation and between June to September suffers greatly from heavy rains and cyclones during the wet monsoon. Bangladesh has in the past been ravished by cyclones. In 2007 Cyclone Sidr hit the Bay of Bengal in the south west of the country and resulted in international aid being sent. Originally part of Pakistan, Bangladesh is one of the poorest countries in the world. In 1971 it found independence and, no longer known as East Pakistan, became Bangladesh.

    There are many national parks and conservation areas in existence in Bangladesh. Bhawal National Park is only one hour from Dhaka and offers boating, walking and angling. It even hosts a Silent Zone where music cannot be played, where peacocks roam and deer graze. Lowacherra National Park, known locally as Shaymoli, is a large tropical forest.