Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Macedonia. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
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Delivery by Air in 2-3 days.
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Delivery in 1-2 days.
The Republic of Macedonia is a country located in the Balkans and surrounded by Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Montenegro and the disputed region of Kosovo. And although it became a candidate for European Union membership in 2005 it, as yet, has not become a member.
One presumes that the radical economic reforms it has implemented in the last decade or so has to comply with EU requirements, the end result is that Macedonia has vastly improved its industrial base and infrastructure. That being said, the unemployment rate in first part of 2013 stood at 30.60% which was down from the 37% experienced in 2004. This reduction in unemployment is still impressive against the two recessions it has suffered since 2008.
DHL Air Express usually delivers parcels to most parts of Macedonia within one to two full days from the date of collection whilst Parcel Monkey Air Express often does this within two to three days. This service level is available to the major cities such as Skopje, Bitola, Kumanovo, Prilep, Tetovo and Veles as much as it does for smaller towns and villages.
Shipping prices to Macedonia will depend on a number of factors, primarily the service you choose and the physical dimensions of your parcel.
We offer cheap Parcel Monkey Air Express rates, our own brand Express Courier service which can be booked online via our quote engine from around £33. This service is far cheaper than the DHL service, but the transit time is just a day or two longer than DHL directly.
If you require an Express Courier service we offer DHL Air Express who can get the goods delivered in just 2-3 days for just over £48.
If your parcel was much heavier at 20kg the charges would be around £103 at the time of writing if you booked Parcel Monkey Air Express.
There are various duties of 5%, 7.5% and 15% that could be levied. Although there is no implicit mention of this on the Macedonian Customs Authority website. That website has a great deal of information regarding importation into the country, albeit in Macedonian but Google will translate this for you if need be. If you do need to contact the local customs authority, you can by calling 02 3 116 188 or emailing email@example.com.
Very reliable and not too expensive
Very efficient reasonably priced service.
Easy to use and slightly cheaper deals for shipping than going direct to courier companies.
On problems quick to do
Excellent service....product delivered smoothly and customer support quick and efficient. Thank you.