Courier services to France

Cheap & reliable courier services to France | Send a parcel to France

What do you want to ship?
Package or suitcase
from 2 kg to 40 kg
max length 175cm
Pallet
up to 2499kg
you provide a pallet on your own
Non-standard
sports equipment
musical instruments
long items, etc
Who orders?
On request
Having unusual expectations?Request a custom offer

With Eurosender, sending a parcel or organizing a delivery of a pallet to France is now a piece of cake. We collaborate with both logistics providers for freight shipping in Europe and courier companies for parcel shipping. There is no need to spend time comparing different prices on the Internet for courier services to France. We can instantly find the most affordable and reliable shipping service providers for you. All you have to do is use our easy-to-use booking engine.

Types of services:

Door-to-door courier services to France and almost any destination in Europe:

  • Standard courier service to France → for shipping parcels up to 40 kg.
  • Instant booking for pallet delivery to France→ we have pioneered the idea of immediate quoting for pallet delivery to France→ up to 1200 kg.
  • Individual offers→ for shipping bulky and oddly shaped items that weigh up to 4.000 kg.
  • Dedicated van transportation to France→ we organize the transportation with an entire van in case of relocation or for the delivery of valuable items.

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Our partners:

Eurosender collaborates with many logistics service providers who specialize in both parcel and cargo shipping.

Here is an extensive list of our logistics partners:

Postnord shipping

PostNord is a communications and logistics solutions company that operates to, from and within the Nordic region. The company also provides mail delivery services in Sweden and Denmark.

Gebrüder Weiss shipping

Headquartered in Austria, GW is a rapidly growing international shipping company offering sea, air and land transportation. Currently, they are expanding from Europe to Asian markets.

DPD shipping

DPDgroup delivers parcels in 230 countries worldwide, delivering more than 4.8 million parcels a day across all Europe.

Posta Slovenije shipping

Posta Slovenije is a universal postal service provider. They expand their horizons and tackle the logistics challenges of today, by embracing modern technologies and developing new services.

DSV courier service

DSV offers different shipping solutions that include road transport and air freight. They also provide courier services. They operate in 80 countries and they have 1.000 offices and logistics facilities.

DHL courier service

DHL, part of Deutsche Post DHL Group, offers international express deliveries, global freight forwarding, warehousing solutions and many more.

POST Luxemburg courier service

POST Luxembourg is a mail and telecommunications government-owned company based in Luxembourg. Their bread and butter are mail and parcel delivery services.

GLS courier service

GLS is based in Amsterdam. Their main focus is reliable parcel delivery services in Europe and some parts of the US.

DB Schenker courier service

Since December 2007, DB Schenker has been the freight logistics subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn. It combines all transport and logistics activities of Deutsche Bahn, employing over 94,600 staff spread across 140 countries.

Kuenhe + Nagel shipping

Kuehne + Nagel is a global transport and logistics company based in Switzerland. Its activities span the range from sea freight and airfreight forwarding, contract logistics and overland businesses, with a focus on providing IT-based logistics solutions.

ACS courier service

ACS Courier has been active on the Greek market since 1981. It is considered the leader of the courier service sector respecting shipping of parcels and packages in Greece.

SEUR shipping

SEUR, founded in 1942 in Madrid, offers express delivery and logistics services in Spain, Portugal and internationally.

Chronopost courier service

Chronopost – a member of the La Poste group -is the French specialist for express shipping and parcel delivery both domestically and internationally. Their services are designed for private and professional customers.

In order to provide even more affordable courier services to France for its customers, Eurosender is constantly negotiating better prices with its logistics partners. Whether you need to send a pallet or a parcel to France, Eurosender can help you find the right company to fulfil your needs. Why spend endless hours comparing prices online when you can simply let Eurosender’s engine select the best offer for you? Save time and money by visiting our website.

The booking process requires just a few minutes of your time. Whether you want to send a parcel, or organize a less than truckload (LTL) transport and full truckload shipping (FTL), Eurosender will give you access to cheap and high-quality shipping services.

Booking process – courier to France

When entering our website for the first time, you can create either a personal or a company account. All you have to do is to enter your e-mail and a few personal details. Why? Because it is the only way we can offer you special prices for specific routes and the exclusive pre-paid solution. As for the booking process, this will only require a few minutes. For example, for booking courier services to France or elsewhere, all you need to do is:

  • Insert the details of your shipment;
  • Fill in the order form;
  • Select the payment method and complete the order by paying online.

After the payment is completed, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with all the details. Once the service is booked, the selected courier company will contact you with the details about the pick-up time.

You can find more information in the dedicated section of our website. You should also know that if your shipment does not qualify for standard shipping of a parcel, we can offer you the option of receiving an individual offer. After filling in the individual offer form, our team will send you an e-mail with a customized offer. It will be up to you whether you want to accept it or nοt.

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Additional Information

Estimated delivery time – courier to France

You should keep in mind that the estimated delivery time that you receive is not guaranteed. That means that your package can arrive at its destination either before or after the estimated delivery time. For example, the estimated delivery time for shipping a package from Italy to France is only one (1) business days.

Let’s say that your package arrives late to its destination. There might be countless reasons for that. For example, courier services to a rural French village – like Moncontour or Blesle- will require more time than a courier service to Paris. Delays may apply as well when there are National Holidays between the pick-up and delivery dates. For instance, do not expect an immediate delivery of the package if the service is booked before the Bastille Day. To avoid any inconveniences, we would recommend you to place an order in advance, when knowing that there is an upcoming holiday.

Label and paperwork – courier to France

The label is crucial for a successful delivery. That is because it provides important information for the shipment to be moved from point A to point B.

Please note that it should contain 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.

Those who want to send their packages from France do not have to print the labels themselves. However, this does not apply to specific collection countries, such as Spain.

Delivery considerations for courier services to France

Things to remember or to pay attention to when shipping a package to France:

  • Postal codes – in France they consist of 5 digits. The more important the city, the simpler the postal code, so pay attention when booking courier services to less known French towns, as the postal codes might be a bit complicated. It is also not rare that many adjacent villages share the same postal code, which is primarily associated with a bigger post office. You should also know that Monaco is part of the French postal code system. However, when sending a parcel there, you should always indicate the country as Monaco and not France.
  • Name on the doorbell – make sure that the recipient of the package has his/her name on the doorbell of the property the delivery will take place. In bigger cities, such as Paris, you need a door code to gain access to certain apartment buildings.
  • Check the integrity of the shipment as soon as it arrives in France – that is because we recommend our customers to report any damages to the courier driver and sign the “Proof of Delivery” (POD) accordingly. You can learn more by visiting our blog.

Additional considerations:

  • Our couriers are not able to send to P.O. boxes.
  • The service is door-to-door, therefore, there is no need to leave your home in the search of drop-off points.

Tips to ensure a successful delivery:

  • Have someone at the address in the given time frame;
  • Appoint another person, if you cannot be at the delivery address at the delivery time;
  • Make sure you are reachable in case the courier decides to call;
  • In France, the courier provider will attempt to deliver the shipment twice.
  • The parcel is stored in the local depot from where the consignee has to collect it from;
  • If the selected courier company stores the parcels in their local depot, the consignee has to pick it up in maximum 7 days.

Clearing French customs

Operations carried out within the EEA are free of duty. The Common Customs Tariff of the European Union applies to goods sent to France that are originating outside Europe. Keep in mind that St-Pierre and Miquelon, New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna Islands, French Polynesia and the French Southern Antarctic Lands are not part of the EU customs territory. The Principality of Monaco is not part of the EU but is part of the EU customs territory. Also, the Principality of Andorra is not part of the EU, but it has had a special arrangement with the EU since 1990.

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