Some of your questions

What is the cheapest way to ship from China to Denmark?

People are always looking for the cheapest way to send their parcel from China to Denmark. However, the price of the delivery will depend on different elements:

  • The nature of the product you will ship.

If the product has specific needs, for example, if it requires to be transported under cool temperatures, or if it is a perishable product that needs to be delivered within the shortest time, or again if you are transported alive animals needing a special box like silkworms for example.

  • The size and weight of the package.

Usually, if your package is big and heavy, the price will be more expensive than for a light and small parcel. You will need to find courier companies that are specialized in delivering small and light parcels and others specialized in delivering heavy and big parcels.

  • The type of transport used.

For example, the transportation by boat will take longer usually but will be less expensive than transportation by flight

  • The delivery time.

If you need your parcel to arrive on a specific date and within the shortest time, you will maybe use an express shipping service, which is more expensive than a normal delivery service.

Once you will have all the information about the previous elements, you will be able to select a courier company that will suit your requirements.
If you need to ship a light parcel, under 2 kilos with packaging and labels included, with fast delivery and providing cheap shipping from China to Danemark, then the service “Ship from China” of Ship24 will be the best solution for you.
The company proposes 4 different fixed-price bands:

  • Up to 500g, the shipping price from China to Denmark is ¥99 (approximately US$14,50).
  • Up to 1kg, the shipping cost China to Denmark is ¥149 (approximately US$21,80).
  • Up to 1,5kg, the shipping from China to Sweden costs ¥199 (approximately US$29,10).
  • Up to 2kg, the shipping from China to Denmark price is ¥249 (approximately US$36,40).

These prices are fixed so you will never have any surprises if you know the weight of your parcel, you will pay ¥99, or ¥149, or ¥199, or ¥249.

What is the fastest shipping from China to Denmark?

Today, the shipping time from China to Denmark can be fast thanks to the technology existing. Some companies are proposing express services that can deliver your parcel within 5 days.
However, these express services are most of the time very expensive.
Ship24 will deliver your package in 8 days on average and will propose cheaper prices. Besides, the shipping time proposed by the company can be reduced to 5 days sometimes, when the controls at the Danish borders are fast, and thanks to the free pick-up service proposed by Ship24. The customers don’t have to bring their parcel to an office anymore, which is time-saving. 
Occasionally, the shipping from China to Denmark time can take longer when unpredictable events happen such as meteorological issues or again during peak times of the year like the national holidays.

How do I organize shipping from China to Denmark?

Organizing international shipping from China to Denmark can seem complicated when you don’t know where to start and when you don’t know a good courier company.
Ship24 propose an easy solution to ship a box from China to Denmark, you can order your delivery online and proceed to the payment online too. The company offers you a free pick-up service so you don’t need to go to an office anymore to bring your package, you can do everything from home now. 
To do so, you just need to follow the sequence of steps described below:

  • Go on the Ship24 homepage.
  • Click on “Ship from China”.
  • Click on the button “send parcel now”.
  • Fill in the necessary information (your name, your Chinese ID card number or passport number, your email address, the province where you are living, etc), all the useful information for the pick-up of your package.
  • Fill in the recipient information for the reception of the package.
  • Securely pay by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, or again JCB and soon with Alipay or WeChat).
  • Wait for the pick-up partner to call you by phone in Chinese to schedule a convenient pick-up time.

It has never been so easy to send a parcel from China to Denmark.

How do I track a parcel from China to Denmark?

For your China to Denmark international shipping, it is legit to be stressed and to wonder if your parcel will arrive on time or even if it won’t get lost, especially if it is the first time you are doing international shipping.
It is always reassuring to be able to know the location of your parcel during the shipping.
With Ship24, you can track your parcel 24/7, even if your delivery from China to Denmark is made through another courier company. The Ship24 website works as a universal tracking tool and allows you to track any package. For that, you just need to follow three easy steps:

  • Go first on the Ship24 homepage
  • Copy-paste your tracking number in the search bar
  • Click on the blue and white arrow button to enter

After that, you will receive all the tracking details related to your parcel delivery:

  • The order status
  • The location of the package
  • The name of the transporter
  • The next steps of the delivery
  • The final date of the delivery

If instead of receiving these tracking details you get the sentence “not found”, it can be due to two reasons:
Maybe instead of copy-pasting the tracking number, you put the order number in the search bar. You can check in the confirmation email you received after making your delivery purchase which one is the tracking number. These numbers often look similar and people usually confuse these numbers.
If you put the tracking number in the search bar and if you still don’t receive the tracking details, it can be because it is better sometimes to wait 1 day or at least a few hours after your delivery purchase to try to track your parcel, the time to the system to receive all the tracking details. 
If after that you are not able to get the tracking details, you can still send a message to Ship24 through the contact page, an agent will answer you within the shortest delays.

What payment methods can I use to send my parcel from China to Denmark?

If you want to send your package from China to Denmark with Ship24, you will have to make your purchase online and different payment cards will be proposed:

  • JCB
  • Visa
  • Diners Club
  • American Express
  • Discovers
  • Mastercard

Your payment will be secured thanks to “Stripe”, a reliable payment processing software used by Ship24 and other big companies to allow their customers to do secure online payments. Soon, you will have the possibility to pay through Alipay and Wechat on Ship24.

What is the import tax in Denmark?

The import tax corresponds to the fee you will have to pay when you will import a parcel to Denmark. You will have to pay this tax only if the total value of your parcel exceeds the threshold fixed by the European authorities.
For European countries like Denmark, this threshold is fixed at 22 euros, it is a small amount whose goal is to give priority to exchanges between European countries.
Please note that it is strongly recommended to check the threshold fixed by the authorities before sending your parcel because if the tax changes, the courier company is not considered responsible.
It is the responsibility of the sender to check this, to avoid any additional costs that the receiver would have to cover for your shipping from China to Denmark.

What can I ship from China to Denmark? 

Before proceeding with your delivery purchase, you must check the list of the prohibited items of the company you will ship with before.
Ship24 scans every package before sending them to the final destination, if one of the prohibited items is found in the package, it will be returned to your own expense. Here is a shortlist of forbidden products for your shipping to Denmark from China:

  • Magnetic objects (speakers…)
  • Liquid, Powder, or paste (liquid cosmetics products with liquid, powder, capsule drugs...)
  • Perishable products ( except properly packaged bees, silkworms and leeches)
  • Batteries or any types of electronic products with batteries
  • Documents (currencies, advertisement,...)
  • Some categories of product (drone, electronic cigarette…)
  • Weapons (real weapon, imitation guns, ammunitions)
  • Hazardous goods (explosive, flammable…)

You will find the complete list on this page.
Another important point to keep in mind is the size and the weight of your package:

  • Your package doesn’t have to exceed 2 kilos with packaging and labels included
  • The longest side of the parcel should not exceed 60cm.
  • The sum of all the sides length should not exceed 90 cm.

These are the basic rules for your China to Denmark shipping.

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