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Parcel delivery and courier service to Malta


We deliver to Malta regularly; we have some of the best people in the industry working for us, and with a 3-4 day worldwide air service from collection or drop off, you can rely on us to get your parcel there cheaply, quickly and safely.

To all cities and towns including; Valletta, Birkirkara, St Paul’s Bay, Mosta, Sliema, Qormi, Zabbar, Naxxar, San Gwann, Marsaskala and more…

Looking for a courier to deliver your parcels to Malta from the UK? For the best prices and most convenient services from booking to delivery, use our parcel delivery services. All you need to do is register, which takes just a few minutes, then you’re able to book your parcel via our website – its so simple and easy to use and allows you to arrange for collection from your home or work.

Book online before midnight to arrange for one of our drivers to collect your parcel – either the very next day, or on a day to suit you - and we’ll deliver it to its destination in 3-4 days with our quick worldwide air service. We offer free cover to the value of £50 on all international deliveries, free online tracking and we firmly believe we have some of the best prices you can find online for delivery to Malta.

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Send a Cheap Parcel to Malta

Weight of parcel being delivered to Malta DHL Parcel Connect Prices Road Economy Prices Worldwide Air Prices
1kg Currently Unavailable Currently Unavailable £45.21* Book
5kg Currently Unavailable Currently Unavailable £66.73* Book
10kg Currently Unavailable Currently Unavailable £93.63* Book
25kg Currently Unavailable Currently Unavailable £174.33* Book

How long will it take to deliver?


Not only do we offer some of the cheapest courier services from the UK to Malta, they’re fast as well – with many destinations in the Mediterranean, you can still expect delivery to take just 3-4 days. Note that whilst we always aim to deliver your items within these timescales, occasionally it can take longer for your parcel to arrive, especially to more isolated places.

It’s also worth considering what you can and can’t send in the post – all items will need clearance through Customs, so ensure you label everything clearly and correctly – this will help to avoid any unnecessary delays and costs. See [below for more information on Maltese customs].

Do I need to deal with Maltese customs?


When sending a parcel to Malta, you will need to provide a customs document.

If this sounds like a challenge, don’t worry - when you book your delivery with us, it's easy. As part of the booking process, we'll gather all of the information needed to generate a customs invoice which will print with your label.

When you send a parcel to Malta from the UK, there are occasionally customs duties and import taxes that need to be paid. These fees are payable at the receiving end and cannot be done when booking your parcel delivery.

HM Revenue & Customs has more information on tax and customs considerations for Malta.

It’s the responsibility of you, the sender, to ensure your parcels contents are allowed into Malta.

What items can't I send to Malta?



Before booking your courier service to Malta, please check that all the items are allowed into the country; ordinary, every day products to us in the UK can sometimes be restricted or prohibited to send to other countries. We advise to re-check the regulations every time you send a parcel, as the regulations can change from time to time.

Products such as animal skins and furs, firearms and hazardous materials are not only prohibited to send to Malta, they’re also on our prohibited list - take a look at the full list before you prepare to send your parcel. In the meantime, some examples of items you can’t post to Malta include:



Illegal and dangerous


Meat, poultry and fish

Non-prescription drugs


Eggs, dairy and honey

Dangerous and hazardous materials and chemicals

Perishables Firearms, ammunition and explosives Gambling devices

*Please be aware that we also have our own prohibited items list, in addition to country-specific restrictions.

How to package parcels to Malta


Depending where you send your parcel from in the UK, the journey your parcel will take to Malta is around 1500 miles – not all that far - however we always advise putting in some effort when preparing your parcels for transport. All our packages will likely pass through a number of depots with both manual handling and automated sorting machines, as well as the road and air transit time, so the occasional knock or bump could occur.

We’ll carry parcels up to 25kg in weight and 80x80x80cm max, but no matter the size or weight, you ought to use a sturdy outer box to send your items in. Remember not to over fill the box and to use lightweight material inside your parcel to help cushion and protect the contents from moving around inside and becoming damaged en route.

See our handy International packaging guide for more packaging hints and tips on sending parcels to Malta.

The benefits

Collect icon We can collect from home or work address
Globe icon Globally trusted courier shipping to over 160 countries worldwide
Tracking icon Online tracking and delivery notifications for you and your recipient
Contents cover icon Contents cover (up to £25 for UK / £50 for International shipping)
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Return icon Offer your customers easy returns with our ‘’reverse order’’ functionality

Many ways to save

Parcelshops icon Drop off and save at any one of our 3,500 ServicePoints or 50+ depots
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Finance icon Cashback into your pre-pay account when you add funds (Terms apply)
Multiparcel icon Multi-parcel discounts available on some UK services (Terms apply)

How safe will my parcel be?



We’re serious about the trust you have in us to deliver your parcels. We pride ourselves on the excellent courier services we offer right across the globe, from booking and collection or drop off, through to transportation and delivery – so don’t worry about your package arriving in Malta safely, it really is in good hands. You’ll have visibility of your parcel throughout its journey for free and as standard with our online tracking service – and we provide free £50 extended cover on all international deliveries, with the option to upgrade to extra cover if the value of your parcel is more than this. Up to £1000 in fact.

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