We have lots of courier services to Pakistan available to buy online. This includes options where you drop-off your parcel at a local shop or Post Office, and others that are collected by the courier directly from your home or work.
Simply use the 'Instant Quote' box to the right to get a price for sending your parcel.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Pakistan. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
|Courier Service||Price from|
|DPD Pickup Classic
Delivery in 4-7 days.
|DPD Air Classic
Delivery in 4-7 days.
|DPD Air Express
Delivery in 3-5 days.
Delivery in 10-11 days.
Delivery in 3-4 days.
When you have a parcel to send to Pakistan, make life simple by comparing courier prices and delivery times all in one place. You are sure to save money using our courier quote engine, plus you can have a courier come to collect from your doorstep, or you can choose to drop off at a time and a place that suits you.
Our prices start from just over £20 for sending parcels to Pakistan using DPD Classic and dropping into a DPD Pickup Shop. This service only takes 4-7 days for your parcel to be sent, plus you can track it to delivery. You can also book this service to be collected from your home or work address for a small fee extra. DPD also provide Express delivery to Pakistan, so if your parcel is more urgent they can deliver it in just 3-5 days.
Parcelforce provide parcel delivery to Pakistan too, and they can deliver in 5-7 days. Many of our customers like to make use of Parcelforce as you can book online and drop off at the Post Office for a fraction of the price of paying at the Post Office counter. No time to drop off? You can also book a courier to come and collect from you.
For many businesses looking to send documents or spare parts, there is no time to waste. For this type of parcel, an expedited courier is best.
DHL are the experts when it comes to time-sensitive delivery, but our own Air Express option is simply collected by Parcelforce, sorted at Heathrow and delivered overseas by DHL.
Not all parcels are urgent, so our postal option is another way to send a parcel to Pakistan. TrakPak was designed for marketplace sellers who run eCommerce businesses, but individuals can also make use of this postal courier. They send a courier to collect from your home or work address and then use the local postal network to deliver parcels to the recipient.
Please note that all of our delivery times to Pakistan are the same for all cities in the country, including: Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Hyderabad, Gujranwala, Peshawar, Quetta, Islamabad, Sargodha, Bahawalpur, Sialkot, Sukkur, Larkana, Shekhupura, Jhang, Rahim Yar Khan, Mardan, Gujrat, as well as other towns and villages. Delivery times to outlying areas are likely to be longer than the main cities.
As a volatile, middle-eastern country, it can be challenging to ship to Pakistan. However, following the correct procedures makes the process easier.
Be sure to read our full Customs Advice before you send a parcel to Pakistan and do some research to make sure the items you want to send are not prohibited as this can cause a delay or the return of your parcel.
It is quite common to ship goods from the United Kingdom to Pakistan. Britain, in fact, ranks second when it comes to trade with Pakistan.
While the Federal Board of Revenue maintains a very thorough website for its customs procedures, the site is difficult to navigate. There are no easy to find lists of prohibitions and restrictions for importation. Companies like FedEx, however, indicate that there may be issues or special circumstances surrounding the shipment of:
In addition, Pakistan clearly prohibits shipments from Israel and culturally-offensive items; anything that derides Muslim culture and religion is not welcome.
The official customs page for Pakistan is found here. While finding import requirements on the site can be difficult, the agency does provide easy online access to the various forms and applications needed to apply for the correct import licenses.
Pakistan is located in a very volatile area of Asia, surrounded by Iran, China, India and Afghanistan. Pakistan has around 212 million citizens, making it the fifth biggest worldwide population. Pakistan became independent in 1947. Unlike most of the other Islamic nations in the region, the government in is possession of nuclear weapons. Luckily, Pakistan is friendly to other democratic nations, including both the United States and Britain, though the nuclear issue has led to some strain over the years.
Pakistan has specific laws that regulate shipments sent from various partnering or antagonistic countries. The United Kingdom, however, is not subject to any of these special circumstances and all shipments from the UK should fall under the general importation rules of Pakistan. Pakistan has special laws in place for countries like Malaysia, Sri Lanka and China. The Pakistan customs office claims standards of operation that include transparency, fairness and integrity.
It is a great service. First time I used this to deliver for charity in ministry. In knowing I had back up from you in any query I had was a comfort. Thank you so much - the supplies have been received.
brilliant service! on time, hassel free as well!
Courier fee was fully paid in UK. I dont know why delivery driver requested a small fee for delivery at destination country.
Very easy to arrange parcel delivery, good price and a convenient drop off point. best of all fast delivery.
I paid here 50£ for a 6kg parcel and when it reached home country the recievers also hav 2 pay 14£ to recieve it which was not a good thing