Are you looking for cheap and reliable courier services to Estonia? Eurosender can help you find competitive prices for sending a parcel or pallet to Tallinn, Tartu or any other Estonian city. Why spend endless hours comparing the different prices online, when you can simply visit our website? Our database has more than 11 million negotiated quotes, which are final and do not include any hidden costs. Our aim, after all, is to offer our customers the best price to service ratio available in the market.
Door-to-door courier services to Estonia and almost any destination in Europe:
Eurosender works as the interface between the above logistics partners and its customers. Our main goal is to help the latter find the most reliable and affordable shipping solutions to Estonia and elsewhere in Europe. Our booking platform is helping individuals and business in the search of the most competitive prices on the market.
To begin with, you simply need to create a personal or company account. Setting up an account is free and takes a few minutes. Why create an account? Because it is the only way we can offer you the exclusive pre-paid option, special prices for specific routes and many more benefits.
Afterwards, all you have to do is:
Once the service is booked, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the order details. You should keep in mind that, in case your shipment is not suitable for standard shipping to Estonia, we can offer you an individual offer. After your request, our freight department will send you an e-mail with an offer at the cheapest shipping rates. You are then to decide whether you want to accept this offer or not.
Estimated delivery time – courier to Estonia
In the same e-mail you will also see the estimated delivery time. This time span is, as the name suggests, estimated and does not guarantee that the delivery will take place within the displayed time window. There are however certain occasions that may delay the delivery time for a few days. For instance, there might be a national holiday in Estonia between the pick-up and delivery dates, which means that the courier provider will not be operating during these days. Keep in mind that Estonia might experience heavy snowfall during the winter, which can impact the delivery time.
Labeling your package – courier to Estonia
Packages sent through Eurosender should have a shipping label attached. The label is crucial for a successful delivery as it provides vital information for the shipment to be moved from one station to another before finally arriving at the chosen destination. It displays the name and address of the sender as well as of the recipient, shipment details (size, the total weight, the number of pieces etc.), the information on the type of service, the description of the content, tracking number and barcodes that enable the correct handling of the shipment by the courier services. If you plan to have your package collected in Estonia, you are not required to print the label yourself. You can learn more by visiting our blog.
Another thing you should pay attention to is labeling your package as “Fragile” if it contains fragile items. Keep in mind, there is still no guarantee that the package will be treated as such and we recommend you to pay attention while packing fragile items.
Things to keep in mind when booking courier services to Estonia:
Tips to ensure a successful delivery:
Clearing Estonian customs
For parcels sent to Estonia from outside the EU, a declaration is necessary. The easiest way to declare them is electronically in the e-Tax/e-Customs. In most cases, shipments with a value below 150 euros are not subject to customs duties. The exceptions are alcohol, tobacco products, perfumes, and eau de toilette. Depending on the commodity code, the duty rate is between 0% and 17% of the value of the goods. Are you unsure whether you are allowed to ship specific items to Estonia? We have a list of all the restricted and prohibited items.
Eurosender has a strong partnership network, which comprises only the world’s largest and most respected logistics companies. Here is a list of our logistics partners:
PostNord offers communications and logistics solutions to, from and within the Nordic region. They are also entrusted with ensuring mail delivery to private individuals and business in Sweden and Denmark.
Gebrüder Weiss shipping
Starting from its home markets in the region from the Alps to the Danube as well as Eastern Europe, the Austrian Gebrüder Weiss nowadays transports all types of freight by land, sea or air.
DPDgroup is the parcel delivery network of GeoPost. The company operates in 230 countries.
DSV courier service
DSV operates in 80 different countries. The company offers various shipping solutions, performed via road transport and air freight.
DHL courier service
DHL is part of the world’s leading postal and logistics company Deutsche Post DHL Group.
Kuehne + Nagel shipping
The Swiss Kuehne + Nagel provides sea freight and airfreight forwarding, contract logistics, and overland businesses with a focus on providing IT-based logistics solutions.
Pošta Slovenije shipping
Posta Slovenije is wholly owned by the Republic of Slovenia. As a universal postal service provider, they guarantee access to postal services in line with statutory requirements.
POST Luxemburg courier service
The government-owned POST of Luxembourg offers mail and parcel delivery services.
GLS courier service
The Amsterdam based GLS offers reliable shipping solutions. Its core market is Europe.
DB Schenker courier service
DB Schenker is a division of the German rail operator Deutsche Bahn AG that focuses on logistics.
ACS courier service
ACS Courier has been operating on the Greek market since 1981 and is the leader of the courier service sector respecting document shipping, shipping of parcels and packages in Greece and abroad.
SEUR is part of the DPDgroup. The company offers express delivery and logistics services in Spain, Portugal, and internationally.
Chronopost courier service
Chronopost, also part of the DPD group, offers different types of shipping services.