Cheapest shipping to Russia from the USA
DHL Russia shipments do not have to be expensive especially if you book the tracked mail courier service DHL eCommerce. This economy service makes use of the Russian Postal network for the final delivery to the recipient.
To ship your package from the US to Russia, book the DHL eCommerce service using our shipping calculator, print off your shipping labels and customs documents and drop off at your local USPS Post Office. You can share the PM shipment number with the recipient so they can follow the package to its delivery, whilst we also advise to provide a contact telephone number for the recipient in case the courier needs to call them.
Can I book a FedEx Russia service?
FedEx offer shipping services to Russia through our shipping marketplace using our International Drop Off option. Book the courier service online and drop your package off at your local FedEx store and they will ship it quickly to Russia.
Express delivery to Russia
USA Express International is a hybrid express courier service with the first part handled by FedEx before DHL complete the delivery to Russia in 2-5 days. You can choose for your package to be picked up from your home or work address, or you can book the cheaper Drop Off option and drop your package into your local FedEx store. The transit times are similar to many nearby countries such as Finland.
Shipping to Russia - eBay buyers and Russian online stores
eCommerce has made the world a shop window. There are opportunities the world over to ship packages to new markets and more customers than ever before including to Russia. We offer discounted courier services for sellers on eBay that allows you to send a package overseas quickly and safely. Previously we have also helped many people in Russia purchase from an eBay seller located in the USA, as we can connect the two locations for a fair price. Russian package tracking is also provided, as our courier services come with tracking an important option for online buyers and sellers.
- 59% of the 143.7 million people who live in Russia have access to the internet
- Household appliances and consumer electronics are two huge sectors in the eCommerce sector whilst spare car parts are also a huge market
- There are plenty of large Russian stores available to sell on including Ozon, ulmart.ru and KupiVIP. Alibaba also now have a presence as TMall was recently launched in Russia