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United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

Please find updates and service restrictions concerning shipping to United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) below:

Northern Ireland Post Codes

Northern Ireland quotes are valid for the following post codes:

  • All BT

A £10 charge applies if a DPD Northern Ireland collection is booked under "United Kingdom (Mainland)". For an accurate quote, please ensure "United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)" is selected on the quote form.

Importing personal effects to the UK

UK Customs (HMRC) have announced a new online process relating to importing household goods and personal effects to the UK as Transfer of Residence (ToR). Shippers are now required to make an application to HMRC prior to shipping from outside of the EU in order to claim VAT and duty relief for importing personal belongings.

The shipper must complete and sign the application form and provide any supporting documentation.

This is currently a "print-and-submit" procedure - all applications and supporting documentation must be sent by email, once signed, to nch@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk.

The application must be made prior to shipping any consignments to the UK. If the applicant is successful in obtaining Transfer of Residence relief, the applicant will then be awarded unique declaration information in the form of an authorisation number, which can be included on the customs invoice (packing list).

Carrier Information for the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

DHL shipping information for the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

UPS shipping information for the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

TNT shipping information for the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

TNT Express Services
  • No information currently available on shipping to the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) with TNT

Please note: this is not a comprehensive list of restrictions and is provided for guidance only. Transglobal Express kindly encourages customers to seek advice from the relevant government authorities for further clarification and the most up to date advice.

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