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Does India Post provide packaging?
To cope up with the competitions from Private Courier / Parcel Service providers, Department of Posts has decided to provide packing services with parcel services for national / inland and international parcels. This amount is inclusive of Carton boxes for packing, cloth for packing, Elastic and Service charges.
Can we send international parcel through India Post?
International Air Parcel can be booked in all the Departmental Post offices across the country. India Post provides online Track & Trace facility for Air Parcel.
Can I use my own box for international shipping?
When you ship your items via Priority Mail International retail pricing you use your own box. Maximum combined length and girth (girth is the distance around the thickest part) sent by this class to most countries is 108″ and maximum weight of the package is 70lbs. Oversized packages may be subject to a surcharge.
Can I send clothes through India Post?
If a parcel contains cloth or woolen material it must be packed in a strong wrapper with an outer covering of stout card-board or cloth. It is suggested to use a wooden or a stout cardboard case according to the nature of the article for packing a parcel.
Can I send clothes through post?
Can I send perfumes by post?
(including eau de parfum and eau de toilette and alcohol-free perfumes, but excluding non-flammable perfumed creams, gels, oils or lotions.) UK – Allowed in the mail, see restrictions and packaging guidelines below: Volume per item must not exceed 150ml. No more than four items in any one parcel.
What is the maximum weight for parcel post?
Size and weight guide – UK letters and parcels
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How do I post a parcel from home?
For example, if u want to post a letter then here are the steps you need to follow:
- Step 1: Buy an envelope from the post office and inserting the letter inside the envelope, paste it and write ‘speed post’ at the top.
- Step 2: Mention the receiver’s name, postal address and phone number on the left side of the envelope.