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Parcel Delivery to New Zealand with DHL, UPS and TNT

Country Price
1 kg Parcel to New Zealand from £29.18* Quote & Book
5 kg Parcel to New Zealand from £49.89* Quote & Book
15 kg Parcel to New Zealand from £98.13* Quote & Book
20 kg Parcel to New Zealand from £119.16* Quote & Book
*VAT and surcharges may apply.

Send parcels to the other side of the world—save up to 70% on parcel delivery to New Zealand.

Of all the countries that make it easy to do business, New Zealand ranks near the top. Heavily dependent on international trade, the country has had free market reforms in recent decades have only made it easier.

Parcel delivery from the UK to New Zealand

Whether you have a parcel to send to a customer in Auckland, a letter to a friend in Wellington, or a pallet that needs to get to Christchurch Airport, we’ll be able to provide the right service for you, with reduced rates on services from carriers including UPS, TNT and DHL.

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Exporting to New Zealand

New Zealand is a good place for British businesses to try out new ventures as it shares much of the same culture as Britain, as well as being a stable and free market. It may be a long way away on the other side of the Earth, but there are no real obstacles to doing business there.

Moreover, New Zealand serves as a handy access point to the Pacific Island market, and provides a foothold near the equally accessible Australian market.

We’ve helped hundreds of small businesses to grow by making international delivery a viable option and giving businesses access to customers worldwide. Deliver to anywhere in New Zealand from as little as £29.18 for a 1kg parcel, £49.89 for 5kg, £73.98 for 10kg, and £119.16 for 20kg.

We also offer air freight and sea freight services, which can be particularly cost-effective for heavier consignments across such a distance. For example, transport a 100kg consignment to Auckland Airport (AKL) for as little as £2.81 per kg.

Sending documents to New Zealand

Have documents delivered to New Zealand from just £14.95 using our UPS Envelope service. This will save you significantly, over 50% in comparison to our parcel delivery services.

Export from the UK to New Zealand

This service is available for documents that weigh up to 0.5kg and fit into a UPS branded envelope. To choose this service, select “document” from the menu when entering your quote details.

Customs information for New Zealand

New Zealand is well beyond the reach of the European Union. As such, your goods will need to go through customs clearance, unless you're only sending a document.

To help you with this, we’ll automatically produce a customs invoice (or packing list), which will include any descriptions of goods that you submit to us during the booking process.

For more information, please peruse our carriers’ lists of restrictions for New Zealand, or visit the New Zealand customs website. We also have our own list of restricted and prohibited items that you will need to abide by if using our service.

Transit times to New Zealand

Express services to New Zealand can take 3-4 days. Economy services may take up to 6 days. Additional time should be allowed for collections from and deliveries to locations regarded as “remote”.

You can use our carrier-specific transit time calculators for a more accurate estimate, by entering your collection and destination postcodes.

Sending from New Zealand to the UK?

Need to import a parcel or document to the UK from New Zealand? We also have import services available with UPS and TNT, as well as our own TG Express, for sending parcels to the UK from around the world.

Import to the UK from New Zealand

As with our export services, we’ll generate the necessary documentation for you, which you can forward to the collection point if you won’t be there in person.

For more information or advice, please get in touch with our Customer Services team.


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