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- Use a strong double lined box (we recommend using a new box rather than a re-used one)
Door-to-door signed for delivery from only £21.90
£50 free insurance on every order
Collection or drop-off at a local shop anytime
Track your parcel from door-to-door
Send bulky or heavy items weighing up to 1,000kg
ParcelHero offer reliable delivery options and value for money for deliveries to and from India, in partnership with the world's biggest couriers. Whether you're shipping to or from India, ParcelHero provides a range of services at savings of up to 60%.
Service Rating:4.6 out of 5 based on 13398 user ratings
Excellent service from ParcelHero. They were fast & efficient when I required a courier urgently & notified me immediately once the documents had been delivered.I cannot fault them.
Dear Parcelhero Team,
This was my first order with you and I wanted to personally thank you on delivering this parcel on time. The transaction was absolutely hassle free. I will definitely use the service again and recommend your team in my circle for the wonderful service I received which this order. Well done Parcelhero team, keep up the good work.
No problems very pleasant to deal with parcel arrived on stated time would recommend them to all
There was a problem with delivery in destination, INDIA...and Parcel Hero team followed up for me and did more than what was their responsibility to see to it that the parcel WAS delivered. Well Done! Thanks. 100%
Everything worked as expected and on time for sending documents to India from UK. Will use again.
Best service..not as expensive as others. 2 days door to door from UK to India..Cant expect more!
Prompt delivery. Extremely happy with the service. Will recommend to others and use the service again.
Excellent service. The communication and tracking of the item was very good. the price surprised me. Well done.
Well priced, although not the cheapest (approx £20) and package which only contained documents delivered on time (4 days later) in Greater Noida, india from London. I dropped it a DPD newsagent at approx 11.30 Monday on a 4 day delivery, and it was hand delivered on Friday. According to the tracking it wasnt picked up from the newsagent for 24 hours though. It actually went internationally through DHL, although this was not apparent from the booking.
yes its really fast and good service compared to post office..... with a same price. I will definitely choose the parcel hero for my next parcel
When sending a parcel to a country outside the EU, your shipment will travel through customs and may be subject to import duty or tax. ParcelHero will automatically help you produce all the paperwork required for shipping when you book online. When your parcel arrives in India it will be assessed by India's Customs authority and any import charges will be billed to the receiver. Sometimes customs clearance can cause delivery delays, but if that happens we'll automatically let you know what's required and help you resolve it.
India does not charge sales tax on imported goods. India does however prohibit the importation of certain products. Learn more about prohibited and restricted items.
Personal effects and gifts imported into India with a value below Rs 5,000 are not normally subject to import duty and tax, on the following conditions:
Duty rates range from 0-150%, you can check the rates of duty through the Indian central board of excise and customs, and they have also have a useful duty calculator. Duty rates are calculated based upon each product you're sending. Each product is categorised using its harmonisation code (also known as a tariff code). You can check the harmonisation code for your product using these useful links:
If you're a business shipping electronics to India, then the rates of duty average around 10%, however some products are exempt.
With a population of 1.2 billion, and a growing middle class, India is a country in transition. There are already 330 million internet users in India and that numbers growing fast. UK products have a great reputation in India and the British government is working hard to promote trade between the UK and India. The Indian currency is the Rupee, and the UK to INR exchange rate varies from 80 to 100 Rupees to every £1 GBP. The Indian government places restrictions on many products including medicines, and you will require import licences for certain products.Useful links
You can send only non-perishable food items to India such as canned foods and crisps for personal consumption. Meats, seeds and other fresh produce is not permitted. If you're a business you will need to apply for an import licence from the food safety and standards authority of India, and you may also require an export licence from the UK government.
Whether you're sending a small gift or a large cargo shipment to India, it's really important that your goods are packaged safely for transport. Your parcel will be subject to movement during transit, it will be loaded and unloaded, and handled multiple times along the way, so it's important that you package it well. Follow these simple guidelines to ensure your package arrives safely and securely: