Price lists and Surcharges

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Where and for how Much?

  • Belgium Belgium
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic
  • Denmark Denmark
  • Estonia Estonia
  • Finland Finland
  • France France
  • Croatia Croatia
  • Ireland Ireland
  • Italy Italy
  • Lithuania Lithuania
  • Latvia Latvia
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  • Hungary Hungary
  • Germany Germany
  • Netherlands Netherlands
  • Poland Poland
  • Portugal Portugal
  • Austria Austria
  • Romania Romania
  • Greece Greece
  • Slovenia Slovenia
  • Slovakia Slovakia
  • Spain Spain
  • Sweden Sweden

Delivery Czech Republic

Delivery to Pick-up Point
from CZK 47
Home Delivery
from CZK 79
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  • Liechtenstein
  • United Kingdom
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
  • Ukraine

Delivery Liechtenstein

Home Delivery
from CZK 298
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  • United Arab Emirates
  • USA
  • Turkey
  • Israel

Delivery United Arab Emirates

Home Delivery
from CZK 375
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Fuel Surcharge

For road transport for the month of August 2021 is 1%.

The fuel surcharge is based on the price of diesel fuel quoted by the CSO for the 29th week of 2021, which is CZK 31.63.

Diesel price in CZK/l

Amount of fuel surcharge in %

Delivery to PP

Up to 29,99 CZK/l 0 %
30,00 - 32,99 CZK/l 1 %
33,00 - 34,50 CZK/l 2 %
33,00 – 34,49 Kč/l 3 %
36,00 - 38,00 CZK/l 4 %
38,00 - 39,99 CZK/l 5 %
37,50 – 38,99 Kč/l 6 %
nad 38,99 Kč/l + 1 % za každých 1,50 Kč
  • In the case of the Home Delivery service, the fuel and toll surcharge is already included in the price.

  • The fuel surcharge is always calculated from the remuneration for the shipping without VAT according to the valid price list of the company Zásilkovna s.r.o.

  • The fuel surcharge is based on the average diesel price reported by the CSO for the last full week of the calendar month and is valid for the entire following calendar month.

  • The fuel surcharge for shipping is always shown separately on the invoice.

  • The fuel surcharge rate is directly based on the average diesel price quoted by the Czech Statistical Office and published every Friday on the CSO website.

Toll Surcharge

Method of delivery

Delivery to PP

Amount of fuel surcharge in %

Parcel up to 5 kg within the Czech Republic and abroad 1,04 Kč
Parcel up to 10 kg within the Czech Republic and abroad 3,13 Kč

In the case of the Home Delivery service, the fuel and toll surcharge is already included in the price.

Customs Declarations

The customs procedure applies to parcels sent to the UK, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, the USA, Russia, Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates.

Do you want to send goods to end customers in any of the countries listed above with Zásilkovna? Then you will need the following:

  • Commission contract

  • Power of attorney for representation in customs proceedings

  • EORI number

  • Data for completing the customs declaration

Commission Contract and Power of Attorney

EORI

EORI is an identification number used for communication with the customs administration. It is assigned once and usually copies the VAT number. If you plan to send goods outside the EU, you should have an EORI number assigned for an indefinite period.

How to receive an EORI?

You can apply for an EORI number at your nearest customs office by submitting a completed application form. This can be downloaded from the website of the Customs Administration of the Czech Republic. The service is free of charge.

Download the EORI application
What is the procedure?
  1. Contact our customs department at customs@packeta.com.

  2. Send us a completed commission agreement, a power of attorney for indirect representation in customs proceedings and the assigned EORI number.

  3. After checking the details, we will enable the submission of parcels outside the EU in the client interface.

And then there's nothing that can stop you from submitting your parcel!

Data for filling in the customs declaration

When submitting a parcel to a country outside the EU, you must first fill in

1. Method of Customs Clearance
Self-declaration (you have your own export document or EAD – Export Accompanying Document)

In case of this option, you need to fill in the MRN number related to the parcel and attach the EAD customs declaration and invoice as separate pdf files in the email you will send us.

Important: For parcels sent to Russia, the EAD must also be attached directly to the parcel.

Issuing a customs declaration via Zásilkovna

Don't have your own EAD? We will be happy to issue it for you. The fee for this service is CZK 100 for one EAD issued, including the first item of the customs declaration. If you have additional items, you will pay an extra CZK 25 for each of them. The issued document as well as the report on leaving the EU, which you can use for tax purposes, will be then uploaded into your client section for download.

Postal clearance (no EAD and no charges)

If you choose this customs clearance option, we do not provide you with any proof of exit from the EU.

The clearance options listed above are active depending on the carrier you choose and the services it provides. Exceptions apply to the following countries:

  • UK: we only use the postal solution. Therefore, we cannot issue or conclude an EAD.

  • Ukraine: the default setting is negotiated by the postal regime. If you wish to send parcels with your own EAD or with a customs document from Zásilkovna, please contact us at customs@packeta.com.

  • USA: Only a postal solution is possible, but with the option of providing an export receipt.

  • Russia: For parcels sent to Russia, the EAD must also be attached directly to the parcel.

2. Customs Code

The customs code is an 8-digit marking of traded goods or the so-called combined nomenclature based on the HS code and supplemented by a two-digit marking.

Taric CZ Application
3. Name of Goods

The name of goods is a detailed description of the goods being sent, which includes the following information:

  • what type of goods

  • what are the goods used for

  • what material are they made of

The description is mandatory in English and optional in Czech. We then use Czech language in the customs declaration.

Example of description: Glass demijohn for wine with a volume of 2 l / Skleněný demižon na víno o objemu 2 l

    Billing options

    We offer two options of billing for our services and for sending cash on delivery amounts. You can set up these two options by logging into the client section.