Cheap package shipping to Chile
When it comes to sending parcels to Chile you can often do it for a lower cost than you first anticipated when booking via our global shipping marketplace, due to the wide range of courier services we offer to handle your cross-border shipping, no matter where you reside in the world. Parcel Monkey provides a mix of postal and courier delivery services that are either picked up from the comfort of your own home or that can be dropped off.
Drop Off at a local store
Prefer not to wait at home for a courier pickup? Drop your package at a local store during the extended opening hours.
- DHL eCommerce - tracked mail service to Chile for lightweight packets - drop into a local USPS store
- International Drop Off - express courier service handled by FedEx, drop into your local FedEx location
- USA Express International Drop Off - Drop into a FedEx store and have your package delivered by DHL
- USPS International Priority Mail - drop off at a local USPS store and transported to Chile by the United States Postal Service.
Courier Pick Up services
Avoid the queues at the Post Office and save the hassle of leaving home by having your package picked up by a premium courier.
- USA Express International - pick up from your home or work and transported to Chile by DHL.
- DHL Express - picked up from your doorstep by DHL and handled only by DHL couriers right to delivery to the recipient.
Information about shipping to Chile
Despite Latin America suffering a great deal of economic turmoil and distress, Chile has had one of the most stable of economies in the region in recent times. The unemployment rate has been steadily coming down since the global financial crisis, while the annual GDP growth has been a healthy 4 to 5 percent in recent years. Even though the economy has been growing, there is still a large degree of income disparity and a large section of the population still does receive some form of government welfare.
Agriculture is vital to the Chilean economy, the nation is the second largest producer of salmon in the world and sectors such as forestry, logging are key sectors. Chile is one of the most recognisable countries on a map given due to its long, thin shape running alongside Argentina and has close trading ties with Europe since the free trade agreement was established with the EU in 2003.
With Chile having such a stable and prosperous economy, the fastest one in Latin America in fact, it is anticipated it will continue to grow meaning more and more people will be shipping parcels there in the future. Likewise, Chile has in place 22 trade agreements, with over 60 countries to make the most of this exciting market.