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Sending a Parcel to Brazil from UK

Sending parcels to Brazil from the UK

Before you next send a package to Brazil, make sure you give SendingParcels.com a try. When it comes to cheap international or UK parcel delivery choose Sendingparcels.com. Buy online and drop-off at one of our 140 or so convenient locations to save money and benefit from the cheapest parcel delivery prices we can offer.

Working with leading international couriers such as UPS, FedEx and Parcelforce Worldwide, we can help you to find the best rates and the quickest delivery times for your parcels. We offer UPS Express, UPS Standard, FedEx International Priority, FedEx Economy and a range of Parcelforce Worldwide services such as International Global Priority and Euro Priority as well as Express24, Express48 for the UK.

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Sending a Parcel to Brazil

For when you want to send a parcel to Brazil, be sure to find the cheapest and quickest courier with SendingParcels.com.

As well as being one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Brazil remains a hotspot for tourists and travellers thanks to its beautiful beaches, vibrant cities and wild rainforest. Today, more UK businesses than ever before are working with counterparts in the Samba nation, resulting in increased demand for courier services. So if you’ve got friends, family or clients in the South American country and need to send a package, make sure you get the best deal with SendingParcels.com.

Why Brazil?

As a tourist hotspot you may find yourself sending a personal package of home treats or essentials to loved ones visiting this South American giant. Whether it’s a friend travelling around Rio de Janeiro or family holidaying in the splendid colonial city of Salvador, you’ll want to ensure your parcel gets there swiftly and securely.

It’s not just tourists either. Brazil is a booming nation with a burgeoning economy. Never before has the country been so open to international business opportunities. So if you’re a UK business looking to send something to a partner in São Paulo, a client in Brasília or a customer in the far reaches of the country, SendingParcels.com will provide you with the best couriers for the job.

Important information to consider

The rules are slightly different when sending a parcel to anywhere outside the EU. All packages sent to Brazil will be subject to the standard customs procedures. Local customs officials have the jurisdiction to apply duties and taxes, depending on the information provided on the despatch pack and invoice. For more information, please visit our Customs & Duties page.

Additionally, consider busy periods to avoid. Brazil boasts 8 public holidays and a number of religious and ethnic festivals too. The Christmas period is always a busy period, as are selected dates within April and May. If you’re looking to send anything in the run up to Christmas, be aware the country has additional public holidays, one in October and two in November. So always allow time for shipping.

Using SendingParcels.com

Using our service to send a parcel to Brazil could not be easier. Simply enter your parcel’s weight and dimensions in the fields. We’ll then give you a list of quotes from our couriers - including Parcelforce Worldwide, FedEx, UPS and DHL. You should choose a courier based on your needs, so consider your budget and the time you are able to allow for delivery. From there it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

When sending a parcel to Brazil, if it’s speed or price at the forefront of your mind, be sure to check a number of couriers from SendingParcels.com.

Will you need insurance?

SendingParcels.com generally provide cover for items up to the value of £50 for most items to most destinations. If the value of what you are sending is greater than this amount, you can choose to take out additional contents cover for a small cost. This will put your mind at ease and protect you in the rare and unfortunate event if your items fail to arrive. For further information regarding this, please view our FAQs page.