Shipping parcels to Georgia is by no means difficult if you book online using our simple quote engine. With high speed internet newly available and electronic payment useage commonplace, the Geogrian population are a good eCommerce market to target. If you are going to ship there, you will need a range of courier options from Express speedy delivery through couriers like DHL or Parcel Monkey's own brand Air Express, you can arrange a delivery to be made in as little as 2-4 days.
If cost is the key factor, then try our Asendia service which takes 7-8 days to arrive but for well under £30 for a light package.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Georgia. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
The capital of Georgia: Tbilisi is a staggering 2,634 by road from London. As such we don't offer a land-based parcel delivery service to the country, but we do offer an Air Express service via DHL for as little as £64.57 for a 2 to 3 day service from the date of collection to £163.46 for a very heavy 10kg parcel.
A more cost effective way to send a parcel to Georgia is via Parcel Monkey Air Express. The greater the weight of the parcel, the greater the saving. A 10kg parcel will only set you back around £67.
It may be wise to contact the Georgian Customs Authority at 4, K. Abzianidze Street, Tbilisi, Georgia or via telephone on +995 32 768 333/404 to check the items you would like to post to the country are not restricted or due extra tax. This site isn't the easiest to use however. It would be wise to take note of our prohibited items list.
Georgia is often cited as a country being at the gateway to Western Asia from Europe as it borders the Black Sea, Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey and has influence from many different cultures - partly due to its location on the historic Silk Road. After the collapse of the Soviet Union the country had a tumultuous history, most notably the Rose Revolution in 2003 which resulted in a new government and the 2008 conflict with Russia related to the areas of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
The post-Soviet era was also marked by severe economic difficulties; however, in 2007 the country had the fasted growing economy in Eastern Europe and was labelled as the premier economic reformer in the world by the World Bank. However, Russia placed a ban on Georgian wine and increased the prices of gas which significantly affected the economy and led to an increase in the local rate of inflation.
In recent years the economy has benefited from a rapid increase in the number of tourists visiting the country. The economy is also moving towards being a more service based one.
So far so good although the parcel has only been delivered to the UK handling company who will forward to the final destination country (the option I selected based on a combination of price & time). Will up it to a 5 once delivery is completed but happy with the service so far.
I was sceptical to be honest that you could deliver to Georgia within time frame.How wrong was I! Fantastic service! Thank you very much.
Very good service. Read some indifferent reports, but went ahead because of competive price and had no problems at all with delivery abroad.
I was looking for quick way to sent important things home , found this company via internet,. Easy to order., fast service
Heavy box collected with fragile item from Lowestoft and delivered in Scotland (near Aberdeen) a few days later. I had written This side up on the box, but this was not always obeyed, as there was slight damage to the item. However the price was very good for delivery and the customer had a spare part, so was not unhappy.
DPD did what they said they would and the tracking process confirmed that.
Everything worked as should. Great service!
Fast and easy to use