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do so will result in surcharges being applied to your card
The importation of certain products into a country is restricted in order to protect the economy and
safety of its citizens. The restrictions may be imposed by Customs or by any other agency which has
We provide a shipping service only and Customs at the parcel's destination will determine whether any
charges are payable on your package. All duties, taxes and/or quarantine fees applied are at the
discretion of local customs or governmental organisations and are out of our control.
If the addressee refuses to pay duties/taxes, the parcel may be held, returned (if allowed by Customs)
or destroyed, and additional costs may be incurred. As per Terms and Conditions, those charges will be
billed to the sender.
Please note, no shipping costs are recoverable for parcels held or destroyed, even if shipping
protection cover has been purchased.
Majority of parcels can be delivered door to door, once it has cleared customs at destination. However,
some countries have a door to airport service only. In those countries, the recipients may have to
present themselves to either Customs or the local courier's office to take possession of their
We advise you to verify independently, all Customs, Governmental and Quarantine regulations. These rules
can and do frequently change without prior notice or recourse.
World Customs Organisation
Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI)
It is now a requirement that all exporters sending freight outside of the E.U must have an EORI number
if they are VAT registered.
If you have any queries regarding the EORI application process then please visit the
After you have paid for a shipping service to Slovenia, you will be redirected
to a page where you can download and print out the relevant shipping labels, i.e
AWB (Courier Air Waybills - barcode) - Proforma or Commercial invoice - Address label.
The above documents are standard for any international shipment.
Please note, if additional documentation is required for the import of any particular item, it is the
customer's responsibility to provide them at destination.
Goods travelling by 'Cargo' are subject to different restrictions to those travelling as carry-on
A shipment to Slovenia is deemed unacceptable if: it is classified as
hazardous material, dangerous goods, prohibited or restricted articles by IATA (International Air
Transport Association), ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) or other relevant organisation.
Many items which appear harmless in everyday use can pose danger on air transport and are consequently
forbidden for transport.
The following page displays a sampling of common prohibited and restricted goods.
Your parcel must be boxed and well packaged. This will reduce the risk of damage to any item during
transit or any associated automated distribution process.
Please be aware the item is not taken by hand from collection to destination and will visit many sorted
facilities on its journey. For that reason, you need to protect the items to ensure they make it from A
to B safely.
The following packaging guidelines are recommendations to assist you in packaging your shipment:
When you book a shipping service to Slovenia, you will be able to choose an
appropriate level of cover for your shipment. We offer enhanced parcel protection for up to £2000
for a small additional fee.
If you do not purchase enhanced Shipment Protection, your shipment will be only covered to a maximum
value of £50 as per the limited liability set out in our
Terms & Conditions and subject to your
parcel passing minimum packaging requirements.
Please note that the declared value for customs purposes is not related to the declared value selected
for Shipment Protection. We encourage all customers to purchase shipment protection cover for loss or
- 01/01/2023 - New year's day
- 08/02/2023 - Prešeren's day (culture day)
- 27/04/2023 - Day of resistance
- 01/05/2023 - Labor day
- 02/05/2023 - 2nd day of labor
- 25/06/2023 - National day
- 22/07/2023 - People's uprising day
- 15/08/2023 - Assumption day
- 31/10/2023 - Reformation day
- 01/11/2023 - Remembrance day
- 25/12/2023 - Christmas day
- 26/12/2023 - St. stephen's day
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As a customer, of almost any type of service, you'll often find that lower prices mean that you end up doing the bulk of the work, and that if you want a premium service you'll have to pay a premium price. At RapidParcel.com we simply don't agree with this philosophy - we aim to do all the hard work involved in arranging a parcel delivery to Slovenia on your behalf, leaving you with the time and energy to get on with your life or business. That's why we've taken what would once have been the long and difficult process of sourcing, adapting, booking and paying for a Slovenia package delivery and reduce it to the very basics while maintaining the finest quality of service.
The Republic of Slovenia is a central European country bordered by Italy, Hungary, Austria and Croatia. Its position on the borders of so many different countries has led to a somewhat turbulent history, with the country at various times being claimed by Germany, Hungary and Italy before going on to form part of the Republic of Yugoslavia. In 1991, however, it became established as a nation in its own right and is now firmly ensconced as a member of NATO, the OECD, the European Union and the Eurozone. Of all the countries of central and Eastern Europe that joined the EU recently, Slovenia enjoys the highest levels of GDP and prosperity, based, in the main, on trade with other EU countries.
Whilst the call for shipping to Slovenia looks set to grow and keep growing, we appreciate that for many people organising a package delivery to Slovenia may seem a daunting prospect, which is why we are constantly looking for ways to simplify the process. Which is the best courier? How many deals do they have? Do they offer a comprehensive range of services?
At Rapid.Parcel.com we've reduced the booking process for a Slovenia package delivery to six simple steps. Step one is choosing a courier, and we've done the work here by only selecting the very best as our courier partners. Step two is to choose from the range of quotes you'll be presented with, safe in the knowledge that our unrivalled position in the field means we can negotiate better prices than you'd be able to find anywhere else for your shipping to Slovenia. Step three, having made your choice you simply enter the addresses for collection and delivery. Step four asks you to provide a few more details of precisely what is being sent, and where to. Step five requests that you confirm these details and step six is to make payment using our secure payment process.
Six simple, logical, easy-to-follow steps, which mean that booking your Slovenia parcel delivery will actually take hardly any more time that reading how to do it here has, leaving you free to get on with the rest of the day, knowing that somebody you trust is handling your Slovenia shipping.