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Parcel delivery to Tokelau

Shipping a parcel to Tokelau is not as easy as you may think, given its shear geographical location in the South Pacific Ocean.  It is a bit hard to get to and there are not that many residents to begin with so you will have a hard time finding a ton of shipping companies that even service this country.  And unfortunately, since not a lot of competition is in the market place for deliveries to this country, you are not likely to find the best pricing structures when it comes to getting your goods there.  That being said, you can still find a carrier, like FedEx to ship your items for you but you should be specific when talking to them about their time quotes as this may vary based on their other routes.

Packaging when shipping to Tokelau

Make sure that you package your items securely before sending them off to Tokelau.  You will want to make sure they have enough padding in them, especially with fragile items, so that even when jostled about during their journey, they will not be damaged.  Some shipping companies will help you package your goods for you at no additiona cost and may even give you free shipping supplies.

Parcel delivery limitations to Tokelau

Because Tokelau is a territory New Zealand, you are going to want to check both the New Zealand and the Tokelau listings for prohibited and restricted items so that you are not faced with any unpleasant surprises after you go through the hassle of shipping your goods over there.  As a rule of thumb, you are not allowed to ship any flammable items, acids, corrosives or dangerous goods over there, but the list does include other items and should be checked for recent additions before you ship.  You are restricted from sending certain other items over there, such as live plants.  This means that you can still send them, but you will need to obtain prior written permission before doing so and have it affixed to your parcel.  Any questions on this should be addressed to your shipping company.