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Find A Cheap Way to Ship A Package to Bangladesh
If you are wondering how to ship to Bangladesh cheaply, then the Parcel Monkey global shipping marketplace is a great place to find some of the cheapest prices for package shipping. By using our simple shipping calculator, we can find a delivery price for you in seconds based on your exact package dimensions.
Rather than having to search online for the best deals, we provide you with a choice of services so that you can book the most affordable courier, or choose a courier who can ship it to cities like Dhaka as quickly as possible.
How much does it cost to send a package to Bangladesh?
Pricing via the Parcel Monkey shipping calculator depends on a number of things including the size and weight of the package, as well as where the package is being shipped from. We do help people in the US find a great price to ship to Bangladesh, for items such as electronics, gym equipment and books.
Our USA Express International service is a very popular service as it is not only cheap, the transit times are quick. Your package will be picked up and processed out of the USA by FedEx and delivered in Asia by DHL.
We have other cost-effective services from the USA such as;
- EMS a parcel post service collected by FedEx delivered by the Bangladesh Post Office
- Parcel Monkey International Drop Off service - drop into FedEx and they deliver it to Bangladesh for you
- DHL eCommerce is our cheapest service for delivery to Bangladesh - book it online, print and attach the shipping labels and drop off at your local USPS Post Office
We can help customers ship from anywhere in the US, whether you want a pickup service or to drop it off yourself. Sending packages to Bangladesh for a great price now just takes minutes by putting your details on the shipping calculator and booking your chosen courier online.
What goods can I ship to Bangladesh?
As you can imagine, we send all kinds of items to Bangladesh, especially as we help people all over the world find a courier to deliver their package. We see business-related goods like samples or spare parts sent with our couriers, as well as items that have been bought online from a marketplace or small business.
eCommerce has really started to grow in Bangladesh, with the introduction of 3G mobile networks and more and more handsets being used, the number of items being bought online is increasing.
Young people have really embraced the new technology and the ability to buy via Facebook Marketplace and other sites, but do desire quicker transit times for delivery of their items. The couriers we work with are able to provide reliable and tracked delivery services so this may help grow repeat businesses with any customers you are selling to in Bangladesh.
Send a gift to Bangladesh
We also see friends and family who have left Bangladesh use our cheap shipping rates to send gifts, clothing, toys and personal belongings, which of course are items you would want to arrive safely. Be sure to check out our guide to sending gifts before arranging postage to Bangladesh.
Always provide a contact telephone number for the recipient in case customs or the courier need to make contact with them in order to deliver your package.
General Information About Bangladesh.
Bangladesh is a relatively-new country, founded in 1971 and this small but populous nation has a very large population of over 164 million citizens crammed into a mere 144,000 square kilometres.
There are strong East and West connections to Bangladesh with a measurable number of businesses from around the globe that have offices in the country or partner with companies in Bangladesh.
Also, there are extensive family and social connections throughout the world, making private shipments to the major cities of Dhaka and Chittagong frequent.
Customs advice for shipping to Bangladesh
Prohibited items and restrictions; While Bangladesh does restrict and prohibit some items from importation, they also publish a list of products that are exempt from customs. In most cases, these products promote industries or concerns that the government wishes to encourage.
Exempted products include: raw materials to create medications, generators for private power, leather goods, raw materials and machinery for producing textiles, solar power equipment, relief goods, importations made through the United Nations, goods to accommodate poultry farming, and items intended to improve the living conditions of the blind.
This list includes: packages containing batteries, ball bearings, ice, gold, jewellery, paint, perfume, metals, corrosive material, infectious substances, graphite and alcohol.