Send parcels to Hong Kong effortlessly and securely with PACK & SEND. If you need help packing awkward or valuable items, or simply support sending your parcels, speak to one of our shipping experts today.
PACK & SEND ships to Hong Kong via sea or air and we even offer express delivery services for your urgent deliveries.
Here, you’ll find all the information you need to know when shipping to Hong Kong.
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Secure delivery to Hong Kong
If you’re sending care packages to loved ones, shipping to overseas customers or even need help moving home furnishings, PACK & SEND takes the hassle out of international delivery.
We help you pack your items safely and securely in our specialist service centres and deliver them to Hong Kong in perfect condition. We’ll even track your parcel door-to-door for added peace of mind.
In addition to speedy and secure delivery, we’ll also help make sure your packages meet Hong Kong’s customs requirements, to avoid delays.
Customs requirements for Hong Kong
All deliveries to Hong Kong require accurate customs documentation. This will be a commercial invoice. Get in touch with your shipping agent to find out more about these documents and how to complete them.
It’s important to complete these accurately and in detail, or you risk your packages being delayed, returned at cost or even destroyed.
For example, instead of writing ‘souvenirs’, describe the items in detail, like ‘3x small fridge magnets with London skyline print’. This helps speed up checks at the border and avoid delivery delays.
Customs duty fees are only collected on imports valued at over HKD4,000 so the recipient won’t need to pay any charges to receive their items. However, this excludes items like alcohol and tobacco, which are subject to import charges.
Hong Kong has its own rules on what can be imported into the country. Prohibited goods include certain animal and plant products, certain foods and tobacco substitutes. A full list of restricted goods can be found here – https://www.customs.gov.hk/en/trade_facilitation/prohibited_articles/imports/index.html. Whilst these goods are prohibited for import, solutions can be found in some circumstances, contact your local service centre for more information.
What ways are there to get an item sent to Hong Kong?
We can estimate that goods going to Hong Kong can take 5-7 days to arrive by air and 7-9 weeks to arrive by sea. Although these times are only estimates as we can never guarantee the time a shipment will take as a result of customs clearance and other factors.