Often, we get questions from our customers. That is great and we like to answer everything you want to know about Mailbox Germany!
One frequently asked question is: To which countries in the world are you shipping?
To which countries is Mailbox Germany delivering?
We are shipping to every country in the world! Thanks to our logistics partner DHL, we are able to ship to 260 countries and regions worldwide; for more information, follow this link for DHL’s latest version or visit this PDF file for a handy overview.
However, since we are working with regional partners, it could be possible that some countries or regions are sometimes blocked due to political reasons or a natural disaster. If this happens, we keep you updated if we can ship your goods in said region.
What are the farthest countries you have ever shipped?
We can ship your packages to France or to Algeria, to Australia or even to Christmas Island (that is not a joke, there really is an island called Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean). We remember some unexpected countries and regions as well.
The most exotic locations (for us Germans, however), were shippings to Greenland and Mauritania as well as the Pacific islands of New Caledonia, Polynesia and the little island of La Reunion in the Indian Ocean.
What were the farthest regions of the world you ever send a package to? Let us know in the comments or on our Facebook page!
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