Specialising in low-cost parcel delivery within the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, as well as shipping from Ireland to Europe and other far flung destinations around the world, Parcel2Go Ireland is the number one company for parcel delivery.
We work alongside well-known local Irish couriers, including the likes of Fastway, Nightline and GLS to ensure that your packages arrive at their destination on time and in great condition. You can rely on Parcel2Go Ireland couriers for cheap parcel delivery to numerous destinations around the world. Many of the courier services we use operate on an international level so you can order package delivery from Ireland and rest assured that you will get the cheapest deal.
To help you decide which courier service is best for your needs, simply enter a few details about your parcel, such as size and weight, and our quick quote tool will generate a list of the applicable couriers that best match your needs. From there, you’ll be able to select a courier that will deliver your package to the destination address for a discount price and in the fastest time possible.
Parcel2Go Ireland understands how important it is to you that your parcel is in safe hands. In addition to our trusty couriers and low-cost service, we also offer you the chance to keep track of your parcel throughout its journey using our parcel tracking service. This not only puts your mind at ease, but also offers you the chance to inform the recipient when they are likely to receive their parcel.
If you have any queries along the way, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Our customer care team will be more than happy to assist you.
Trust Parcel2Go Ireland for cheap parcel shipping within Ireland and to most worldwide destinations. Get a quote for parcel delivery today and see how much you could save.
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