Parcel to Brussels or Bruges?
bpost and DHL know exactly what to do. By combining our services the Belgian consumer market is more accessible than ever. With it's flexible delivery options bpost offers your customers exactly what they have been waiting for. One more pro: your parcel reaches your customers' hands the next working day.
At your service
If you send a parcel to Belgium, you can count on bpost and DHL Parcel. We don't just bring your parcels from A to B; we also provide extensive and professional services.
Fast delivery is an added bonus for you. We deliver your parcel to your customer in Belgium on the next working day. This includes Saturdays!
Pick up is just around the corner
There are 2,500 bpost shops in Belgium. We are always near your customers.
bpost knows what its customers want and delivers accordingly including package deliveries to collection points or the garage behind a house.
You can count on French-speaking staff to deliver your parcels in Wallonia, bien sûr!
An online shipping tool
Our ultra-modern, all-in-one shipping service for parcels, My DHL Parcel, makes it easy, reliable, and quick to send your parcels to Belgium.
If you have an order ready to be sent, we'll collect all your parcels and pallets in one go. This service is free of charge for pallets and if you send more than 50 parcels per month.
Follow it every step of the way
Your customers can easily follow their parcels or pallets with track and trace.
Our support team stays up to date about what's happening in your organization. Our dedicated account managers get to know you even better and make our partnership even stronger.
How to perform in Belgian e-commerce
Knowledge is power. That is why bpost investigated what it is that Belgian consumers seek when shopping and shipping online. We collected our finds in one comprehensible report.
DHL Blog DHL Parcel makes Belgium more accessible than ever
E-commerce in Belgium is booming, which creates business opportunities for your online store. Read the blog to learn why this is the time to start looking south.Read the blog (Dutch)