If you are planning to send a parcel to France, compare quotes from the leading carriers quickly and easily with Sending Parcels.
Working closely with established global couriers including FedEx, Parcelforce Worldwide and DHL, we offer an efficient and easy-to-use service. So whether your package is heading to Bordeaux or Lyon, Marseille or Paris, you can receive an instant quote and quickly get your items delivered.
A simple sending process
Sending a parcel couldn’t be easier. Simply visit our home page, enter the chosen location, weight, dimensions and then click ‘Quote & book’. You’ll then receive quotes from each courier with the cheapest shown first.
You have the option as to whether you want the parcel to be collected from your home or business, or to take it to one of the SendingParcel.com drop off points located around the country. If you work during the day, no problem; take the parcel to your nearest drop off point at a time that is best for you.
Once you have chosen one of our established couriers all you need to do is state what’s inside the parcel. This will help to prevent any delays when being delivered in France.
A worldwide delivery service for all your needs
It doesn’t matter if you are sending a business package to a client in Toulouse, or important documents to a relative in Nice, our global carriers are ready to deliver your items safely and swiftly.
If you have any pressing concerns regarding your parcel, you can contact our friendly team via our live chat feature as well as monitor your parcel and establish delivery times.
We accept a full range of payment methods including Mastercard, Visa, Maestro and Sage Pay. For extra peace of mind, you can also add full contents cover to protect your parcel against theft, damage or loss. This is recommended if you are going to be sending particularly valuable items to France.
So whether you’re looking for the fastest service or the cheapest option available, get a quick quote from Sending Parcels and relax in the knowledge that your package is in safe hands on its journey to France.