Are you looking to send parcels to Denmark? From the colourful capital of Copenhagen to the eastern-most island of Zealand, PACK & SEND knows what it takes to get your package where it needs to go.
We have over 30 years of experience delivering specialist freight forwarding, international shipping, and door-to-door packing and delivery services. So, you can trust PACK & SEND to handle any shipping challenges safely and securely.
Fragile, large, awkward and valuable items are our speciality, and no package is too big or too difficult.
Here, you’ll find everything you need to consider when shipping goods to Denmark – from how to address your package to customs requirements and import restrictions.
PACK & SEND offers an extensive range of shipping and packaging services – as well as supplying bespoke end-to-end tracking of your parcels. We’re the one-stop-shop for all your shipping needs.
Many of us have close friends and family around Europe, so getting your valuable or sentimental items over to your loved ones is a top priority. However, this can be difficult to manage remotely. Luckily, PACK & SEND handles the process for you, tailoring each shipment to your needs.
Whether you’re planning a dream move overseas, shipping goods to loved ones or kickstarting your international business venture, PACK & SEND offers an exceptional range of packing and courier services and we’re always happy to chat with you through the best shipping strategy for you.Get a quote
When shipping goods to Denmark, there are two sets of customs regulations to bear in mind – Denmark’s shipping regulations and those imposed by the EU. Shipping from the UK has become slightly more challenging post-Brexit because of the additional red tape associated with the change.
In addition to extra checks, tariffs and regulations, parcels entering Europe from the UK are subjected to extra customs and duty fees charged to the recipient.
Find out how Brexit affects your shipping plans and costs on our dedicated page. At PACK & SEND, we’ll even sit down with you to talk through the best options for your package.
UK-based senders must complete a commercial invoice to ship any products internationally. This is to help Customs Officials identify whether imported items should be subject to duty fees, and if so, how much they need to charge.
Items like personal effects and gifts are exempt from customs charges – provided they’re in line with Denmark’s import regulations. However, for commercial items valued over DKK 80, the receiver will have to pay VAT, and for those over DKK 1,150, they’ll have to pay customs charges, too.
Make sure to qualify for Customs Duty and VAT-free allowances by following government guidelines.
Some common mistakes include:
You can trust PACK & SEND’s experienced team of international shipping experts to make sure your package is nationally and EU-compliant.get a quote
Every country has its own unique import regulations. If you attempt to import items to Denmark that don’t meet these guidelines, your parcel may be returned to you at a cost or even destroyed at the border.
So, it’s important to understand what can be imported, in what quantities and what is restricted. For more information on which items are prohibited and restricted, check out the Danish government’s dedicated website.
For example, restrictions include weight limits on milk powder and baby food of up to 2kg, while importing fireworks requires a specialised permit. Items like narcotics or any substances used to make illegal drugs are completely banned alongside counterfeit goods, like money.Get a quote
It should be known that each country has a unique address format. So, make sure to avoid mistakes when mailing to Denmark.
When shipping to Denmark, the receiver’s name and title should appear in the first line. The street address should be written on the second line, with the number following the street name. Any extra information, like building or company names, should be written after the street address.
The third line is for the postal code and the city name.
Rounding off the address with the destination country can help avoid delays and any confusion.get a quote
At PACK & SEND, we have a demonstrable track record of delivering parcels to Denmark safely and securely.
From beginning to end, the process is tailor-fit to the exact needs of your cargo, no matter its contents. We will always strive to get a signature upon arrival of the package, too – which not all couriers offer.
For added peace of mind, even lower-value packages deserve PACK & SEND’s comprehensive loss or damage cover.
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There is a range of items that are prohibited to be imported into Denmark. These items include; toys and games including copper sulphate, cotton and some personal effects. A full list of restricted goods can be found here – https://www.postnord.dk/modtag/spoergsmaal-og-svar. Whilst these goods are prohibited for import, solutions can be found in some circumstances, contact your local service centre for more information.
Road and air freight services are used by PACK & SEND to get goods to Denmark.
An estimated 4-5 working days is the amount of time it would take for goods to reach Denmark using PACK & SEND’s services. This time is not definitive however and can change subject to customs clearance.