Find the cheapest way to ship packages to the Netherlands
Low cost international parcel shipping to Netherlands can be booked using our quote engine, pick and choose from big name couriers using the Parcel Monkey marketplace. We take your package details and allow you to find the best courier services to deliver your items cheaply, without compromising on quality.
Some of the couriers that you can book via our website will offer a free collection from your home or work address and they will send the labels to your Parcel Monkey account. You will need to print these out and any customs documents needed and attach them to the package. The courier of your choice will arrive to collect your items on a date selected by you.
Sending a small light package to the Netherlands?
If you are shipping a small light package from the USA to the Netherlands, then the GEPS Light Packet service is a great choice as it is our cheapest option.
For those customers who need a quick delivery to the Netherlands, USA Express International comes with a fast transit time of around 2-4 days. You may also prefer to send with the popular premium services we offer, DHL Express or USPS Priority Mail.
If your customer, friend or relative lives in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht or elsewhere in the Netherlands, you can use Parcel Monkey to arrange cross border shipping quickly and for a great price.
What about heavy packages?
If you package is more big and bulky, then the of course the price will increase. However we still can help you book in your package for a reasonable price.
When it comes to boxes that weigh around 30lbs, TrakPak is most cost effective by some distance and you can expect prices to start from around $60. EMS Parcel Post is also great value for customers looking to ship on a budget.
Heavy packages can still be shipped with Express Couriers as well, but for a bigger cost. USA Express International is the best priced Express carrier for boxes of around 30lb, along with DHL.
Easily find a international shipping service to Netherlands for eCommerce
Rather than having to shop around and compare courier prices and services from various sources, we have created a quicker solution where couriers plug in their very best rates and services on to our platform, perfect for customers who are short on time and want cost effective shipping as they can pick and choose a courier all in one place. Indeed if you have sold items on eBay or even on your own eCommerce store then you can reach your customers in The Netherlands with either express options or ones that are most cost effective for you.
The Dutch consumer now expects great delivery when they shop online and with logistical hubs of Rotterdam (harbor), Amsterdam (Schiphol airport) and Venlo (near border with Germany) in close proximity the services they have access to are better than ever. The population of Holland, as it is sometimes called, is around 16.8 million people with a staggering 92% of them active internet users making this a prime target for online sellers. The primary import locations the Dutch are shipping in from are currently Germany, China and Belgium, whilst the majority of citizens also speak English making this a very attractive proposition for eCommerce retailers to target.
Online shopping in Holland
The Netherlands have a very good infrastructure with globally renowned ports and airports and excellent road and rail connections with the rest of Europe. Placed on the edge of continental Europe but with a history of international trade, this market is used to trading with their neighbours and further afield international destinations. Dutch consumers are regular online shoppers, with around 59% of the population purchasing on the web, plus the overall value of their shopping basket is ever increasing. The online market in the Netherlands is more developed than many others in the EU, however there is a continued growth with frequency of online purchasing on the up. plus the ever increasing number on new shoppers added to the mix, mean there could a high chance that you need to find a better way to ship to the Netherlands.