For any parcel heading outside of the EU, including Israel, you’ll need to fill out a customs form. This tells the Customs Agents in the destination country about the contents of your package to enable them to process it correctly.
As with most shipments to international destinations, when you send a parcel to Israel from the UK, there are also sometimes customs duties and import taxes that need to be paid. Unfortunately, you can’t pay these charges with us at the time of booking as these charges are calculated at Customs in that country.
Goods up to £270 require a specific customs form. This form needs to be signed by the sender and attached to the top left hand corner. The sender’s full name and address must be written on the front of the package. Goods over £270 require a different customs declaration form.
However, when you book your delivery with DHL Parcel UK, we will provide you with all the correct forms you’ll need; this will help to avoid any customs clearance delays.
Visit the Israel Tax Authority website for more.
HM Revenue & Customs has more information on tax and customs considerations for Israel.