Shipping to France from the USA
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Shipping to France
If you need to send a package to France, Parcel Monkey can help you ship from the US to any destination in France, whether it’s a major city like Paris, Marseille or Nice, or a small village in in the Loire Valley.
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Keep reading to find out more about shipping to France, including customs requirements, delivery times and the best courier services to France for speed and price. Or, if you’re ready to get started, just get a quote!
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Customs advice for shipping to France
France has strict restrictions on the importation of gambling devices which states that they can only be imported by casinos via specific organisations. If you are importing jewelry ensure that you are aware of the specific requirements regarding their detailing on the accompanying invoice and documentation. You should also research the courier's ability to ship jewelry with precious or semi-precious stones. Ensure you are aware of the specific requirements of sending personal effects as they should be for the consignee's personal use and owned by the sender for at least six months prior to shipment. Any plant material can only be assessed at the one French airport and may result in significant delays if any is sent - usually at cost to the sender. You should also take note of the restrictions in sending plastic kitchenware into France.
Restrictions and on imports to France are typical of EU legislation, but there are also some strict safety standards to be aware of when shipping to France which prohibit certain items. These include:
- Rubber erasers similar in appearance to food
- Pyjamas that are not fire-retardant
- Toys containing copper sulphate