Parcel Delivery To Philippines

International parcel delivery to the Philippines is more than affordable wth P4D. Gain access to major parcel delivery companies with big reputations, but at small prices. Book your parcel delivery online and one of the major couriers will carry out your parcel collection and delivery as part of their regular routine. Contact P4D as your courier services reseller if you need help.

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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.

    Large parcel delivery

    We don't only arrange parcel delivery, but also pallets and documents. If you've an oversized item or considering sea freight shipping options, ask us for a bespoke quote.

    Parcel delivery companies

    We work with a wide range of major couriers as official resellers of their services, making them affordable and available to smaller businesses and individuals.

    Worldwide shipping

    International shipping to to the Philippines region is more frequent than one would expect giving its location, worldwide parcel services are aware of the location for parcel delivery by the countries calling code +63. The Peso is the currency used to facillitate international parcel delivery to this region and growing demographics mean that courier companies within the region are on the increase. Since 1980 the population has doubled which shows a positive future for courier companies in this region.

    Shipping wood

    In 2011 the presidant Benigno Aquino imposed a ban on logging due to the increase in the frequency of landslides. Experts argued that by cutting down too many trees, the ground is sursceptable to land erosion hightening the risk of flooding. Delivering to this proposal has proved difficult to businesses with international shipping / couriers having to change strategy to adapt to changing market conditions. Parcel delivery services internationally have adapted to these legislations; meaning that packaging for shipping has to be subsituted for materials other than wood. Agriculture takes the form of products ranging from rice to coconuts, to sugar. Mangos and bananas are also a large export delivered by international parcel services.