Sending Parcels to Thailand with a Specialist Shipping Company

Do you have goods to send to Thailand from the UK but you are not sure how to do so? Anglo Pacific’s unmatched services for shipping goods to Thailand allow you to send items overseas using a specialist moving team who you can trust with your possessions. Our services are suitable if you are moving abroad, returning home or even hoping to send a surprise to a relative across the pond.

Since we began sending goods to Thailand in 1978, we have perfected our shipping solutions and taken our services online to ensure that our customers receive a handy service when shipping personal effects to Thailand.

We have evolved into one of the UK’s front-runners for exporting goods to Thailand and with an average of 20,000 consignments sent every year, it’s safe to say we know what we’re doing!

Make Use of Our All-Inclusive Thailand Shipping Service

We designed our process for sending packages to Thailand with the ease of our customers in mind, allowing you to ship goods overseas with very little effort. After you request an online quote or remote video survey, the hard graft is left to us and a talented move coordinator will manage your shipment from the beginning.

Our complete service for sending items to Thailand includes:

  • A move coordinator to fully plan and manage shipping goods to Thailand from the UK
  • Pre-approved moving boxes, tea cartons and packing materials to protect your items
  • Professional teams to wrap and pack your moving boxes if you prefer
  • Goods are taken for loading onto shipping container or air freight plane to send to Thailand
  • Ship goods to Thailand via the agreed method of transportation
  • We organise Thailand customs clearances and assist with any documentation
  • Delivery of your packages to your desired home, office or hotel address in Thailand

Why Choose Anglo Pacific for Exporting Goods to Thailand

Make Your Journey to Thailand Simple

Hauling multiple suitcases and boxes onto a flight to Thailand is an unnecessary inconvenience. Luggage is often heavy and awkward to carry, plus it means having to wait in long baggage drop-off queues or luggage carousels. Shipping goods to Thailand from the UK means eradicating stress, time-wasting and frustration!

Reduce Costs of Shipping Goods to Thailand

Airlines charge per kilogram for extra luggage and the fee is usually excessive; therefore, sending items to Thailand this way can cost hundreds of pounds. Anglo Pacific provides an economical solution for shipping personal effects to Thailand.

Need to Send Items to Thailand Urgently? We Can Help!

Whether your priority is to save money or save time when sending goods to Thailand, our access to road, sea and air freight carriers mean we can accommodate either. If you need to send goods to Thailand urgently, enquire about our air freight services today.

Worldwide Accredited Goods Shipping Company

We are accredited by a number of organisations for our services for shipping goods to Thailand from the UK. We are members of the British Association of Removers (BAR), a FIDI Accredited International Mover and most importantly, bound by the BAR Advance Payment Guarantee Scheme for your financial security.

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Your possibilities are boundless when sending stuff to Thailand with Anglo Pacific. Whether you are shipping household goods to Thailand, personal or office items, sports equipment, musical instruments or technology, we have the capacity to ship goods in all forms to Thailand.

Items that customers commonly ship when sending goods to Thailand from the UK are:

  • Suitcases of extra clothing, accessories and shoes
  • Toiletries, make-up and jewellery
  • Work tools, computers, televisions
  • Golf clubs, surfboards, gym equipment and bicycles
  • Artwork, mirrors, lighting and pictures
  • Crockery, cutlery, kitchenware and silverware
  • Textiles, soft furnishings, rugs and curtains
  • British snacks, food and a popular expat favourite – English tea!

Thailand has its own defined list of restricted and prohibited items that we cannot ship, or that require pre-approval. However, if Thailand allows the import, we ship it!

If you would prefer our teams to pack your goods ready for shipping, this is a service we offer, complete with a full inventory. However, we understand some customers would prefer to self-pack.

We recognise the need for your goods to be fully protected in transit to Thailand, which is why we still provide packing materials and tea cartons to our self-pack customers.

Here are some handy pointers to ensure your items reach you safely when sending goods to Thailand from the UK.

PACK YOUR GOODS IN ADVANCE

There is no such thing as being over prepared when sending a package to Thailand. The earlier you start organising your home and packing your bags, the less likely you will be to forget something vital. When possible, start packing 6 to 8 weeks prior to your move to allow time to pack room-by-room and at a steady pace.

MINIMALIST PACKING

If you declutter your belongings as you go and only pack items that you NEED or that have great sentimental value, you will make the shipping process a lot easier for yourself and also reduce the cost of shipping goods to Thailand.

WRAP YOUR FRAGILES AND PRECIOUS ITEMS

One of the most important phases of packing is wrapping your fragile goods and precious items with packing materials such as tissue paper, corrugated card, bubble wrap and packing foam to minimise the risk of harm. Examples of fragile items include artwork, glassware, china, mirrors, pictures, china, crockery etc.

USE THE ADEQUATELY SIZED MOVING BOXES

Choosing the appropriately sized moving boxes is not often thought of, but using a box that is too big or too small means an increased risk of damage. The contents of your box should have a little bit of space around them and then this space should be filled with packing foam.

LABEL ALL MOVING BOXES CLEARLY

The first benefit of labelling your moving boxes is for ease of organisation and unpacking when your goods reach your new home. It is a much quicker task if you know what rooms the boxes belong in without opening them. But you should also label self-pack boxes with your name, contact details and new address so that your goods can be easily forwarded to your on the very small chance they are misplaced.

CREATE AN INVENTORY

Creating an inventory is recommended so that you know exactly what items you are sending, what should arrive and also to easily distinguish which items – if any – are missing after exporting goods to Thailand.

PACK A BAG OF ESSENTIALS

Packing a bag of essentials or a survival kit as we like to call it, means you have easy access to items that you might immediately want after your long journey to Thailand, without the need for heading to a supermarket when you are tired.

The costs of sending goods to Thailand are always fair to your unique moving specifications. Unlike some international shipping and removal companies, we don’t charge per kilogram, we focus on three main moving factors; the number of boxes, transportation method and end destination.

The main contributor to your shipping costs is the number of boxes that you are sending and the size of these boxes. We pack your goods into the aptly sized box ready for shipping to Thailand and each of size variant of moving box has a fixed price.

Shipping method is also factored into the cost of shipping goods to Thailand. The most common and cheapest way to ship items to Thailand is via sea freight. Your boxes are loaded onto a share or sole-use shipping container; shared shipping container is the most economical option and ideal for shipments of anything less than a small home load.

If you want to send items to Thailand in a hurry, our air freight services can cater to this. The average air freight delivery time is 7 to 10 days, in contrast to sea freights average of 6 to 8 weeks. However, this speedy service comes with a higher price tag and it is commonly only utilised in emergency circumstances and only when one or two boxes are being sent.

Your shipping coordinator will provide you with a full breakdown of the costings before you agree to our services. This is to make sure you are happy with the quote first and foremost, but also so you are able to see exactly where your money is going when shipping packages to Thailand.

We have purpose-designed tea cartons and moving boxes for shipping goods from the UK to Thailand. Our boxes are made in various shapes and dimensions to accommodate any loads. If you need small or large moving boxes, flat, cubed or long, there is a shipping box or tea carton to home your items!

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Goods Delivered to all Corners of Thailand

Anglo Pacific has bases in Manchester, London and Glasgow, but our willingness to collect goods from any UK address means shipping items from the UK to Thailand is easy!

Todays’ online accessibility means communicating with people on the other side of the world is easy as A, B, C… so why isn’t sending parcels to Thailand that easy, too? Well, with Anglo Pacific, it can be!

Although we deliver consignments to almost all Thailand locations, our more popular cities are for sending goods from the UK to Thailand are:

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.

Check out our country guides

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