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POLAND
(Country code: PL)

SERVICE RATE
CODE
MAX.
WEIGHT (KG)
OVERSIZE
AVAILABILITY
MAX.
COVERAGE
Priority™ Worldwide (Delivery Standards)   03   30   NO   $1000
Xpresspost™ – International   103   20   YES   $1000
International Parcel™ (Surface)   403   20   YES   $1000
Tracked Packet - International   03   2   NO   $100
Small Packet™ (Air)   03   2   NO   N/A
Small Packet™ (Surface)   03   2   NO   N/A
CUSTOMS DECLARATION LANGUAGE English, French, Polish, Russian, German

SERVICE AVAILABILITY Registered Mail™ VALUABLES ACCEPTED
Letter-post™   YES   YES   NO
SERVICE AVAILABILITY FEE CODE CURRENCY
Money Orders™    NO    

Maximum Coverage = Maximum Declared Value for Carriage for the Priority™ Worldwide service.

Import Restrictions

An import permit is required for many goods. Before posting any item, senders should confirm that the addressee has any necessary permit. Senders should determine import restrictions from the country's authorities before posting:

  • animals and animal products
  • clothing, used
  • fruit
  • multi-copying materials
  • plants
  • poisons
  • radio transmitters and parts
  • seeds
  • urns containing ashes of the dead
  • vegetables.

Meat, meat products, milk and milk products are prohibited unless accompanied by an official veterinary certificate stating that the goods conform to European Union standards.

The import of batteries and chemicals product is subject to specific procedures. Phytosanitary certificates are required for most fresh fruits, vegetables, and other plant materials.

Prohibited Items

In addition to items considered non-mailable matter, the following are prohibited:

  • articles and publications contrary to public order
  • empty containers, labels, and so on still bearing the manufacturers' inscriptions
  • firearms.

Documentation Required

Information regarding Customs can be found in "Customs Requirements" of the Canada Postal Guide.

The import of certain commodities into Poland is prohibited, usually as the result of international sanctions. A variety of goods and commodities are subject to import restrictions to protect the safety and lives of humans, animals and plants, safeguard national security, or to protect artistic, cultural or intellectual property. Examples would be restrictions and controls on the import of certain food products, drugs, pharmaceuticals, environmentally hazardous products, seeds, weapons, explosives, and antiques.