Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Ecuador. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
The Republic of Ecuador certainly isn't the largest nation in South America; however it has a rich history and is home to one of UNESCO's World Hermitage Sites in the form of the capital Quito.
Just as with many countries Ecuador separated from another nation, in this case the country in question was formed out Columbia in 1830. In fact much of the regional struggle for independence from Spain is a confusing affair with borders also changing between Ecuador and Peru in the same era.
One hundred and fifty years later there was more turmoil as more than one coup d'Ã©tat lead to the installation of military rule. It wasn't until 1979 that democracy was returned and a new constitution enshrined.
Given that fact that nearly half of Ecuador's exports are petroleum-based and the strength of the British fossil fuel industry it unsurprising that a noticeable amount of trade occurs between our nation and theirs.
In terms of delivery times and prices we can help you send a parcel to Ecuador on a two to three day service via DHL Air Express for around Â£59.95 whilst our own, more economical, service should cost below Â£30. Those prices are for a parcel weighing 1kg and with standard dimensions. Heavier parcels will cost more. It is essential, therefore, to confirm the weight and other dimensions before you book.
In 2010/11 the Ecuadorian customs laws were changed within the CÃ³digo OrgÃ¡nico de la ProducciÃ³n e Inversiones where fines and penalties can be imposed for items sent to the country with missing or incorrect information, thus, it is crucial that you ensure that the information you give us during the booking procedure is accurate, that you follow all the instructions and requirements we set down and that you make further investigations to allow you to comply with all local and Ecuadorian rules and regulations regarding the importation of items into the country.
At the time of writing the English language version of the Ecuadorian Customs Authority isn't working correctly. However, if you use the Chrome browser you should be able to an English version in situ.
Furthermore, the list of restricted and prohibited items is likely to change. At the time of writing you are likely to have problems sending live plants (these are prohibited by our own policies), as well as food, drugs, ammunition, and other items.
Just for your added benefit, you may like to keep an eye on the FCO website which may give guidance onto local area disruptions which may affect delivery times.
Wales to NYC in three days pretty good going
Delivered on time, all good ????
delivered on time in good condition
quick and easy to do