Send a parcel to China

Post to China from the UK for as little as £7.71!

Send parcels to China

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Sending a package to China

A global centre for imports and exports, China is one of the busiest countries to ship to in the world, which is why you need an international Courier Service that you can trust to get your parcels to China safely and securely.

No matter if you send a parcel to China’s bustling capital of Beijing, a village further inland, or further afield to America and Australia, we’ll make sure that your parcel gets to its destination as quickly as possible.

How much is it to post to China?

It doesn’t matter where in China your parcels need to go, when you post to China from the UK, you can be sure you’re getting a great service at a low price with Evri. Our Couriers can deliver parcels weighing up to a maximum of 15kg, and if you enter your parcel's exact details, you can make sure you only pay what you need to, as we price all of our parcels per 250g. Take a look at our pricing table to see how little it costs when sending a parcel to China from the UK.

Parcel size Prices from
Parcel size 250g Prices from £7.71
Parcel size 500g Prices from £9.47
Parcel size 1kg Prices from £13.01
Parcel size 2kg Prices from £19.79
Parcel size 5kg+ Prices from £31.74

Scheduled Chinese national holidays

China has several national holidays throughout the year that you should bear in mind when sending a package, as delivery times could be increased if you send your parcel around any of the following dates:

  • New Year’s Day – 01-02/01/2024
  • Spring Festival – 21-27/01/2024
  • Ching Ming Festival – 05/04/2024
  • Labour Day – 01-03/05/2024
  • Dragon Boat Festival – 22-24/06/2024
  • Mid-Autumn Festival – 29/09/2024
  • Chinese National Day – 01-06/10/2024

You should also be aware that China is home to several different regions, many of which also observe their own local holidays and could increase delivery times further.

How to send to a parcel to China

You have three options with Evri when sending a parcel to China from the UK:

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Book your postage to China through your nearest ParcelShop either online or in person. Then print your label off at home or in-store, for free, attach it to your package, and hand it over to the cashier to send it on its way.

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You can book a spot in any of our secure and local automated Lockers online. When you arrive, scan your barcode and drop your parcel off. Our Couriers will collect it asap and send it on its way from there.

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Courier collection

We offer Courier collection straight from your door for all international parcels. Simply arrange for a Courier to collect your parcel directly from your home or office at a time that suits you and we’ll then alert you with a 1-hour collection slot on that day for pick-up.

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Sending multiple parcels to China

If you need to send more than one parcel to China at the same time, you can make use of our bulk integration tool. This will pull all of your orders together in one place so you can dispatch them with a single click:

  1. Link your Evri account with your marketplace seller’s account or upload your parcels using a CSV file
  2. Book your parcels in one go
  3. Package up your items and print off your postage label at home or in-store
  4. Send your parcels using any of our 14,000+ UK ParcelShops and Lockers or book a Courier collection for pick-up

Why send internationally with Evri?

We offer the same great benefits when you post to China as you do when sending to any country globally. See our full list below:

What you can and can’t send to China

There are lots of things you can send to China with Evri, but there are a few limitations to consider before booking your parcel. You can find the full list of what you can and can’t send on our prohibited items list.

You should also follow the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and the UK Civil Aviation Authority guides for the latest restrictions for sending packages to China via air.

How to format an address when sending to China

When you send a parcel to China, you'll need to follow the correct address structure to ensure we can deliver it to its destination. You should lay your parcel address details out in the following format:

  • The recipient’s name
  • The property number and street name
  • The postcode and province in capitals
  • The country name in capitals

For example:

Mr J. Bloggs

1298 Yong An Road

100050 BEIJING


Alternatively, if you’re writing your address in Chinese, then you should enter these details in reverse order. But don’t worry, as long as you have the address information above, our automated address tool will do all the work for you and produce a label for your parcel in the right format.

FAQs about sending a parcel to China from the UK

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