Send Excess Luggage to Thailand with Anglo Pacific

Do you need to send excess baggage to Thailand? Whether you are embarking on your fantasy gap year, migrating to Thailand permanently, or looking to send some home comforts to a friend from the UK, Anglo Pacific’s extra baggage to Thailand is the solution to your queries.

We began sending excess baggage from the UK to Thailand some 40 years’ ago and in this time, our luggage services have gone from strength to strength. With over 20,000 consignments handled every year our teams understand the excess luggage shipping process like the back of their hand. Combine this with their helpful nature, our low prices and it is easy to see why we have become one of the UK’s leading luggage shipping companies for sending excess baggage to Thailand.

We have a presence in Glasgow, London and Manchester but we will collect your extra bags from any UK address regardless of quantity, so it has never been easier to send a bag to Thailand.

What is Excess Baggage?

Have you ever arrived at an airline check-in desk, to find out your suitcase exceeds the allowance by 10kg and you are about to be charged £15 per every extra kilogram? This extra weight is classed as excess baggage.

When you book your flight to Thailand, you will be either granted one piece of checked-in luggage, or you will have the chance to purchase an allowance in the run-up to your flight. However, regardless if this is assigned or paid, the luggage will have a weight restriction that is usually between 20 and 25kg.

Any baggage that exceeds the weight, dimensions or quantity restriction that is enforced by the airliner is we call EXCESS BAGGAGE, which costs a pretty penny to pay for at the airport. Unbeknown to many, if you need to take extra suitcases to Thailand, you can do so via an external baggage freight forwarder, meaning that paying over the odds to send luggage to Thailand via commercial airliner is NOT your only option, luckily.

An excess baggage shipping company such as Anglo Pacific will send excess baggage from the UK to Thailand using freight forwarding, saving you money, time and unnecessary hassle. You won’t have to wait around to collect your luggage at the other end and you won’t have to haul more kilograms or extra bags than you can comfortably manage.

Your excess baggage to Thailand can be (almost) anything. From suitcases of clothes and shoes, boxes of books and crafts, tea cartons of toiletries and home comforts, bulky sports equipment, musical instruments, computers, artwork, pictures and frames; the list is endless.

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Why Use a Specialist Excess Luggage Company?

Embarking on a multi-trip around the world, permanently relocating to Thailand or studying in Thailand as an exchange student are all circumstances where you might want to take a significant amount of luggage without the extortionate cost… cue our excess baggage shipping to Thailand service.

Firstly, using Anglo Pacific for excess luggage shipping UK to Thailand is easy as A, B, C.

Our online services mean you can book your video survey and receive a quote within a few steps; you can also use our online tracking system to monitor the whereabouts of your luggage on its way to Thailand.

Hauling three suitcases, two holdalls and a surfboard can be quite difficult when you are just one person and they will be nothing but an inconvenience on your journey. If you are on a multi-stop trip or you just want to make travelling as simple as possible, you should ship excess baggage to Thailand from the UK using a Thailand luggage shipping company.

Our services will ease these strains and tensions, as well as saving you wasted time in baggage drop-off queues or at collection carousels. However, the main reason why many of our clients choose us is the fact we are the cheapest way to send excess baggage to Thailand.

Since we do not charge excess baggage on a “per kilogram” basis, our quotes are sometimes hundreds of pounds cheaper than the airline prices, leaving you with plenty of money to put to better use in Thailand.

Cost of Sending Excess Baggage from the UK to Thailand

The reason you have come to Anglo Pacific in the first place is probably to avoid the unreasonably high airline baggage prices, so we do our best to make sure our customers receive the best price when shipping excess baggage from the UK to Thailand.

Our Thailand baggage shipping costs are based on the number of items you want to send and/or the dimensions of these goods. When you ship excess baggage to Thailand using Anglo Pacific, you will pack your items into tea cartons or moving boxes that are provided by us and each size variant has a fixed price.

The transport method you use to send luggage from the UK to Thailand is another contributing factor to the overall cost. We can use one of, or a combination of, road, sea freight and air freight for Thailand luggage shipping, the method you chose with depending on your budget, time-frame and end destination in Thailand.

Sea freight is always the cheapest way to forward excess baggage from the UK to Thailand, perfect if you are on a budget but you must be prepared to wait a little longer for your luggage to arrive in Thailand. If you need your extra bags, boxes and suitcases to arrive quickly, air freight is fitting but this speedy service means you will have to pay a higher rate.

What Do You Include in the Excess Luggage Costs?

As a thank you to our customers and to provide a pleasant experience, we incorporate all of the added extras into our already cheap excess luggage to Thailand services.

We supply industry-approved packing materials, moving boxes and tea cartons and we then collect the packed boxes from your home. After shipping your goods to Thailand, we will also deliver them directly to your door.

Moreover, our specialist movers and packers also complete the more tedious jobs involved with shipping excess baggage to Thailand including organising insurance, the completion of the required documents and customs clearances at the other end.

Popular Destinations for Shipping Excess Baggage to Thailand from the UK

With Anglo Pacific hubs located in London, Manchester and Glasgow, sending excess luggage to Thailand has never been easier.

As a leading excess baggage shipping company, we have personal connections in Thailand, meaning no destination is out of reach when you use us to send extra bags to Thailand with Anglo. We handle over 20,000 consignments every year to popular destinations in Thailand, including:

Bangkok
Bangkok is a contrast of traditional and contemporary, with temples, floating markets, tuk-tuks and beach bars adorning the streets.
Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai has an air of majesty with its 14th Century architecture, Buddhist temples, and the towering heights of Doi Suthep Mountain.
Phuket
Phuket is the motherland of some of the globes most recognisable beaches, most desired parties and most stunning landscapes.
Udon Thani
Udon Thani homes one of Thailand’s largest expat communities and has thus evolved into a primarily residential city.

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