P4D offer a discounted, fast and reliable parcel delivery service to Sweden. Based in the UK, we work with trusted, reputable international couriers to offer the best worldwide parcel delivery networks to our customers. Get an instant quote today from P4D and we will collect and deliver your parcel to Sweden safely and efficiently.
Our sizes and weights are estimates only to try to help with your order, so you can compare the weight of your parcel with something from home.
If your item feels heavier than the average, please make sure you reflect this in your booking.
12in' LP album
Dining room chair
360L Wheelie bin
Tin of beans
Bag of flour
Sweden, officially called the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe with shares borders with Finland, Norway and Denmark across the Øresund. Sweden is the seventh-richest country in the world and, with the rise of eCommerce markets, is another popular destination for our customers to send parcels to.Known for having a high standard of living, Sweden typically has shorter working hours and boasts an efficient trade economy. Given the mild and sometimes subarctic climate, over 85% of their population live in urban areas, meaning parcel delivery services can provide more efficient and reliable services to customers. Its main cities are Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö, all of which are coastal. Stockholm, Sweden’s main city, is built on 14 islands and has more than 50 bridges, as well as a medieval old town, Gamla Stan, royal palaces and museums. Sweden also has one of the highest rates of internet usage in the world, meaning trading with UK businesses is becoming increasingly more popular.You won’t need to worry about international-scale customs duties when sending parcels from the UK to Sweden as they joined the European Union in 1995. That being said, if you have any questions about restrictions on specific items, you can check with the Swedish Customs website. The addressing system in Sweden is slightly different to the UK system, so we recommend you consult with the Universal Postal Union website for up-to-date guidelines.