Seven Seas Worldwide should be your first choice for transporting goods to Belgium. Whether you're sending holiday luggage to Bruges, a gift package to Antwerp or a commercial shipment to Brussels, we're here to help you with an efficient and affordable service.
Shipping Excess Baggage to Belgium: Step-by-Step Video
So why choose us for shipping to Belgium? We're glad you asked. Here are just a few reasons:
- We're one of the most affordable shipping companies around
- You'll no longer risk hidden baggage fees at the airport thanks to our excess baggage service
- We have a commercial arm allowing your business to send goods worldwide
- We've been in the business for nearly twenty years and have a safe international network
- We have depots in Belgium to handle deliveries, collections and storage
- We cover all major cities including Antwerp, Ghent and Charleroi
International Shipping to Belgium
We're here for every eventuality. Do you have an extra item of holiday luggage that is impossible to manage at the airport? Are you sending a care package to a loved one? Perhaps you're moving to Belgium permanently to start a new job. Whatever the reason, Seven Seas Worldwide is here to take care of the logistical side of things.
We know the prospect of shipping goods abroad can be a bit daunting but at Seven Seas Worldwide, we work hard to make the process as effortless as possible. Plus we have a team on hand 24/7 to provide guidance and advice where needed. After the last two decades, Seven Seas Worldwide has achieved a positive reputation among holidaymakers, families moving abroad and a variety of businesses for our dedication to an effective shipping process. Get a free quote for shipping to Belgium today and see how simple international shipping can be with us.
Things to Consider when Shipping to Belgium
If you're shipping to Belgium, you'll need to be aware of customs regulations. Here are a few pointers to avoid delays.
There are no limits on the amount of alcohol and tobacco you can take into another EU country. However, if the amount exceeds the following numbers, customs officials reserve the right to inspect your boxes.
- 800 cigarettes
- 400 cigarillos
- 200 cigars
- 1kg smoking tobacco
- 10 litres of spirits over 22%
- 20 litres of alcoholic beverages less than 22%
- 90 litres of wine
- 110 litres of beer
- Meat and milk from non-EU countries
- Protected species and similar items as listed by the CITES
- Powdered milk for babies
- Fish, if it has not been disembowelled and does not exceed 20kg
- Any item of clothing that uses genuine animal fur - including leather shoes
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