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Cost to send a package to Thailand
Thailand, and in particular Bangkok has become a very popular tourist destination in recent times. With this comes the need for imported products. Located in South East Asia, Thailand has not only the need to import but also heavily exports so parcels are sent from businesses and private individuals alike on a regular basis, which has led to a vast improvement of infrastructure. Finding a reliable courier for international shipping to Thailand does not have to be as difficult as you may of first anticipated, as you can compare quotes from a variety of carriers all in one place using our global shipping marketplace. The largest eCommerce market sector for Thailand is electronics and consumers predominantly purchase on smartphones, followed by orders made on laptop or desktop machines. Sales are also mainly occurring via the B2C digital channel with shoppers finding what they like online, and placing an order if the seller is offering a reasonable delivery cost and time frame. The number of online shoppers in Thailand is anticipated to be as many as 13.9m by 2021. Thailand, although not the largest market in South East Asia does hold it's own, as it is currently the fourth largest eCommerce market in the region. One major hurdle to overcome is the fact that Thailand is still a cash driven society and cash on delivery is the preferred payment method for 70% of eCommerce shoppers. If you can provide a reliable delivery service to Thailand, with full tracking then the consumer is more likely to be happy to have the courier deliver to them having pre paid online. Whether you want to send a parcel to Thailand to a friend or relative, or you are selling online and fulfilling orders, use our quote engine to set up a parcel delivery service and sit back and track it to delivery.
Customs advice for shipping to Thailand
Restrictions on sending to Thailand and customs laws relating to the prohibition of items being sent into the country via commercial courier companies are relatively open in comparison with other countries in the region. You are likely to have significant issues if you wish to send electronic cigarettes, gambling devices, jewellery and products made in Iran. The Thai Customs Department also has rules relating the importation of what are typically viewed as personal effects, where you have to use a recognised courier and may require additional documentation.