Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Puerto Rico. 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 3-4 days.
|International Air Worldwide
Delivery in 2-3 days.
Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States and is located in the Caribbean. Puerto Rico has a population of 3.667 million people and the islands official languages are English and Spanish. The islands official currency is the US dollar and residents of the United States do not need a passport or money exchanged in order to visit the country. Puerto Rico's economy is labeled by the World Bank as a high-income economy.
The island primarily relies on the manufacture Pharmaceuticals, textiles, electronics, and petrochemicals. Puerto Rico's main trading partners are Japan, USA, and Ireland. Puerto Rico is currently in the midst of a recession with the nation struggling financially as with many of the worldâ€™s nations, Puerto Rico has had to cut costs in order survive. Puerto Rico is highly dependent on oil, food imports, and electricity generation and the worldwide financial crisis has affected Puerto Rico greatly.
Parcels up-to 75kg can be sent by our parcel delivery partners DHL. Whilst around 68kg is the limit to our own international parcel delivery service. Of course, weight is just one element of the price calculation; we also use length, height, and width as dimensions used to offer cheap prices to you. This means that the maximum weight we can ship on your behalf may actually be less than those detailed above.
DHL can typically deliver your parcel in Puerto Rico within two to three full days from the date of collection, while our own service may take a day longer - but with noticeable cost savings.
Puerto Rico does enforce import quotas, import licenses, labeling requirements so you should be aware of those before you book a parcel for collection. You should also be aware that you cannot import (as well as other items) seeds, electronic products, textiles, alcohol.
You may be charged local duties on sporting goods, musical instruments, cameras and related equipment. Also new items including (but not exclusive to) furniture and clothing, toys etc.
The prohibited list of items is fairly standard and includes (but not limited to) firearms, explosives, lottery tickets, plants, jewelry, drugs etc.
You can find out more by calling the U.S. Customs and Border Protection on (787) 729-6850.
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