Textile Transportation: Ship Fabrics Globally

Ship fabrics and textiles abroad: logistics solutions

Eurosender offers the most affordable solutions to factories producing and exporting textiles overseas as well as online stores looking for fast fabrics’ deliveries to their customers. Start shipping fabrics and textile items with the best logistics agents and optimise your supply chain with instant prices and multiple delivery solutions. Benefit from our expertise and ship textile with the best quotes on the market.

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Transportation solutions for textile factories and fabric stores

Join over 45K companies that benefit from cooperating with Eurosender. We partnered with the most reliable courier companies so you can book shipping when importing or exporting fabrics and textile at the lowest quotes on the market. Create a free business account and keep all your orders and invoices in one place. Benefit from special prices for business and scale up your business with Eurosender.
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Transportation of fabrics and textile

Eurosender provides different shipping methods for the international transportation of fabrics and textile:

Express service

Fastest way to send with delivery in 24-72h
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Standard shipping

The most-cost effective option to send packages
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Van delivery

A van reserved only for your load across Europe
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Delivery of goods in a shared or full truck by road
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How to pack fabrics and textile for shipping

Even though textile materials are not considered as fragile goods, they still need to be protected from damage, moisture and sunlight during transportation. Follow our guide on how to pack fabrics and other textile products for shipping.

  1. Roll or fold your fabrics carefully.
  2. Place your goods in self-seal bags or Ziploc bags. Seal the bag properly.
  3. Nest the packages into a shipping box and seal it.

How to prepare fabrics and textile for shipping on a pallet

For businesses importing or exporting fabrics and textiles in bulk, we suggest following the packaging steps below:

  1. Place some liner paper on the pallet and place the boxes containing the textile and fabrics on it.
  2. Add liner paper between each layer you stack, to decrease friction and spread the weight evenly.
  3. Fix the shipment to the pallet with straps and secure it with stretch foil or bubble wrap.


Are you transporting fabrics and textile within Europe?

Eurosender provides highly convenient and fast transport services for companies and individuals at the best price. Move your goods directly to a warehouse or store in a van reserved only for you. Benefit from the most suitable option for fabrics and textile shipping within Europe. Check immediate prices with our booking tool and book the entire van for textile transportation directly to the destination point.


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FAQs on shipping of fabrics and textile across Europe or abroad

Does shipping for import-export of textiles and fabrics require extra procedures?
Many distributors and manufacturers import fabrics and textiles from abroad. As these are not considered restricted or forbidden items, there are no special requirements for booking shipping services when importing/exporting fabrics. Have in mind, however, that as any other imported item, your goods will have to go under customs clearance.
What is the most suited service to deliver a roll of fabric?
The parcel dimensions and weight influence the shipping service you should choose. Usually, the width of fabrics is standardised and measured between 112cm and 140cm. The fabric used in decorating (e.g., as upholstery for furniture or as curtains) may come in widths as great as 150cm. Both these lengths can normally fit on our standard service. However, when shipping fabrics in bigger quantities or in bulk, the instant pallet or LTL & FTL services may be more suited for you.
How to ship fabrics and textiles to keep them from wrinkling?
When shipping fabrics and textile, one of the most important things is to preserve them in good condition and prevent wrinkles. Thus, it is recommended rolling the fabrics in cardboard tubes. Make sure the cardboard tubes or the PVC pipes are clean before using them. After that, you can also wrap the entire roll of fabric in clear plastic and secure with tape. Make sure to provide extra plastic on both ends and stuff the excess wrap inside the hole of the tube.
Is there any insurance when importing or exporting fabrics? Can I receive compensation if anything goes wrong during transportation?
Depending on the selected shipping service and the type of goods you transport, shipping insurance may be included in the price of the service. For extra protection, we also offer additional insurance options with higher coverage at very low rates. Companies that ship fabrics and textile as freight internationally, also benefit from the CMR insurance.