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European Shipping

Please Checkout as European delivery and we will send you bespoke delivery surcharge by PayPal or preferred payment option as soon possible. For example Most mainland EU countries for a parcel up to 30kg and box 40cm x 40cm x 30cm would be as little as £18 on a three day service.

At the moment we ship to the following European countries:

Czech Republic
Ireland (Northern and Republic of)
​New changes to VAT to anywhere outside the UK

1. The recipient pay any VAT and customs duties, this is called 'Delivery Duties Unpaid (DDU)'. What will happen is that when the parcel reaches the destination country, customs will reach out to the recipient to collect any applicable charges. When the recipient has paid these charges, the parcel will be released by customs and delivered to the recipient.

2. The sender can choose to pay all costs required to bring their parcel into the destination country when booking the delivery service, this is called 'Delivery Duties Paid (DDP)'. In this option the recipient is required to do nothing and the parcel will get delivered directly to the recipient.

With both options we will be in touch with you after you have checked out to confirm which option you would prefer.

Over the coming weeks, we will continue to keep you up to date on all the changes and requirements for sending parcels to Europe

International Shipping to other countries:

If you require an order to be sent to a country not on this list, or if you require a large order which would require multiple packages/pallet delivery, then we may be able to prepare a quote for you on a bespoke basis. Please email a list of what you require and where you would like it to be shipped to: . If possible, we will then prepare a quote for you along with the cost for shipping.

If you’re ordering a parcel outside of the European Union, it could incur customs charges. Customs charges are required to be paid by the Buyer before the parcel in question is permitted entry into the country it’s been sent to. Because customs charges are determined when the parcel arrives, it’s impossible for us to determine whether you’ll be charged and by how much in advance. Therefore, we advise any customers planning to buy from outside of the EU to set aside an allowance to serve as a buffer in the event your parcel does incur customs charges.