Are you looking for cheap and reliable courier services to Slovakia? Eurosender offers a wide range of courier services and freight transport for shipping different types of items in Europe. Through our company, you can ship to Bratislava and other Slovakian cities at some of the lowest shipping rates. There is no need to search for the different prices that the courier providers offer online! Our database has more than 11 million negotiated quotes, which are final and do not include any hidden costs.
Door-to-door courier services to Slovakia and almost any destination in Europe:
Thanks to our wide network of courier companies, we are able to answer any shipping need, regardless of the geographical area and type of shipping service. Learn more about the top courier companies that we are working with and the shipping services that each of them cover.
Eurosender collaborates only with the most reliable logistics companies in the market:
PostNord is a logistics company that operates in all the Nordic countries and Germany. Communications and logistics solutions are the company’s specialty.
Gebrüder Weiss shipping
The Austrian Gebrüder Weiss transports all types of freight by land, sea or air.
DPDgroup is the parcel delivery network of GeoPost. The company operates in 230 countries.
Pošta Slovenije shipping
Post of Slovenia is a state-owned company that offers postal services in Slovenia. Customers can ship parcels or letters to different destinations.
DSV courier service
DSV is a Danish company that offers transport services by road, air, sea and train. The company operates in 80 different countries.
DHL courier service
DHL is part of the world’s leading postal and logistics company Deutsche Post DHL Group.
POST Luxemburg courier service
POST Luxembourg is a mail and telecommunications company based in Luxembourg, owned by the government. Its services include parcel and mail delivery.
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. It operates in 140 countries and it has more than 140 years of logistics experience.
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.
ACS courier service
ACS Courier operates in 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.
Through its collaborations with the above logistics companies, Eurosender can accommodate all of its customers shipping needs. Whether you want to send a parcel or organize a less than truckload (LTL) transport and full truckload shipping (FTL) to Slovakia, Eurosender can offer you a solution.
The booking process is quite simple. You begin by declaring whether you’re a private or business user and then you follow three simple steps:
Afterwards, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with all the order details. You should keep in mind that if your shipment is not suitable for standard shipping, we can offer you an individual offer.
Transit information – courier to Slovakia
The e-mail you will receive with the order details is going to include a tracking number. With this number you will be able to track your parcel online, until it reaches Slovakia. You can use this number to see where your package is located. This is how it works: Every parcel shipped through Eurosender has a unique barcode. The barcode is physically and repeatedly scanned at all transit locations, allowing you to trace the journey of your shipment online.
Note that the information in the tracking system is updated every time the parcel reaches a new location and it is scanned in the courier’s depot. This is why, sometimes, it takes hours to see a new information in the tracking system.
The estimated delivery time – courier to Slovakia
The estimated delivery time is the average time needed for a parcel to arrive in Slovakia. Generally, it takes between 3-5 business days for a parcel to be transported from any European country to Slovakia.
However, depending on the selected route, the weather and traffic conditions, the delivery time may vary.
time frame when the package will be delivered. As the name indicates, it is estimated and does not guarantee that the courier will arrive at this exact time. There are different reasons why a shipment might arrive in the delivery destination late. Delays in the delivery of the shipment to Slovakia may be due to extreme weather conditions, traffic problems, national holidays or other, unforeseeable factors.
Label and paperwork – courier to Slovakia
The label is crucial for a successful delivery, since it provides important information for the transfer of the shipment from one station to another. If you want your package to be collected in Slovakia, you are not required to print the label yourself. If the collection point is, however, in Spain, Sweden or Poland, then you will receive the label in their e-mail and you will have to print it yourselves. The same applies for B2B customers that uses our special shipping services which allows them to select the pick-up on the same day they booked the service. Please, keep in mind that, in case you are sending many parcels, you should make sure that the courier attaches each label to the right parcel.
Things to remember when booking courier services to Slovakia:
Tips to ensure a successful delivery:
Clearing customs in Slovakia
The European Union import regime is applied to Slovakia, especially in the sector of textile products. Transactions carried out within the EEA are free of duty. However, the Common Customs Tariff (CCT) of the European Union applies to goods originating from outside Europe. Average Customs duties are not high, 4.2% for manufactured goods for example. However, the sectors of textiles, articles of clothing (high duties and quotas) and agrifood (average duty of 17.3% and many tariff quotas, CAP) still have protective measures.