ShipperPal.com provides international shoppers with a US shipping address (MailBox Address) you can use when placing orders with US online stores. The online store ships your purchases to the ShipperPal.com facility, and we ship it to you or to any other address, and you save on international shipping costs.
*artwork or antiques
*cash or currency or negotiable instruments in bearer form (like cheques, activated credit cards, money orders, promissory notes, travellers cheques, bankers drafts, bonds, open tickets)
*human remains including ashes
*living creatures, plants and products (eg. animal skin, fur, poultry, meat, produce and tobacco)
*precious metals and stones
*weapons, firearms and ammunition
*goods requiring special license without prior arrangements being made
*goods that may cause damage or delay to other goods
*goods packaged likely to cause injury to any person
*goods inadequately packaged
*packages that are wet or leaking
*Dangerous goods may only be accepted and carried in accordance with the current International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations.
*Any items prohibited by any law, regulation or statute of any country to or through which the items may be shipped.
Yes we can ship through air freight or sea freight, Once you have an open shipment weight of over 200 lb, click the request button and we will contact our partners and give you a door to door quote in 1 to 3 business days
Dimensional weight is calculated as (length × width × height) / (dimensional factor)
Imperial shipping factor:139 in3/lb ( used when dimensions are given in Inches )
Metric shipping factor: 5000 cm3/kg ( used when dimensions are given in Inches )
The shipping fee is based upon the dimensional weight or the actual weight, whichever is greater.
The concept of dimensional weight has been adopted by the transportation industry worldwide as a uniform means of establishing a minimum charge for the cubic space a package occupies. In fact, UPS and FedEx both announced that starting 2015, shipping charges on all shipments (air and ground) will be determined by greater of the actual weight and dimensional weight of a package. Prior to this announcement, dimensional weight charges were only applicable to packages of a specific size range.