Parcels

Parcel – a type of a postal item that may contain any item (goods) provided that sending/receiving it does not conflict with the legislation of legislation, the acts of Universal Post Union and the rules established by the recipient country or by Georgian Post.

Georgian Post LLC provides sending/receiving and delivery of the following types of postal items:

 

Local Parcel - The type of a parcel sending and delivery of which is ensured by Georgian Post within Georgia. 

 

For terms of local parcel sending and delivery please go to the following link: http://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/local-parcels/

 

 

AVIA Package - the type of a parcel sent by Georgian Post to another country via air mail and received to Georgia from Postal Administrations of other countries through the same way to be delivered by Georgian Post to the addressee being in Georgia.      

 

For the terms of AVIA Package sending/receiving and delivery please go to the following link:  https://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/manual/&id=24 

 

To get information on the additional services offered by the AVIA Package service please go to the following link: https://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/manual/&id=35

 

To send an AVIA Package to the country of your choice please go to the following link for the requirements set by the country: http://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/requirements/&back=1

 

 

Overland Parcel – a parcel which is sent via overland routes by Georgian Post to certain countries only and similarly, received only from specified countries through the same way and delivered by Georgian Post to the addressee being in Georgia.

 

Overland parcel is sent to the following countries:

 

Greece (to the cities of Athens and Thessaloniki).

 

Overland parcel is received from the following countries:

 

Turkey;

Greece;

Italy;

Russia.

 

 

 

For detailed information related to import of Overland parcel please

go to the following link: https://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/manual/&id=28

 

For detailed information related to export of overland parcel please go to the following link: http://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/land-parcels/

  

 

Information on the general restrictions and prohibitions established for the parcel content can be obtained through the following link: http://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/restrictions/

 

Time terms for delivering local parcels and those coming into the country to the addressee:

 

D+3 –

With the exclusion of the postal items received at / to be delivered to the special administrative units;

 

 

D+5 – for

For the postal items received at / to be delivered to the special administrative units;

 

 

NOTE:

· means the day of receiving a postal item by Georgian Post to which the number of the working days as indicated are added.

 

· Special Administrative Units are - Mestia (3200), Stepantsminda (4700), Dusheti (1800), Tianeti (2500), Tsageri (5100), Lentekhi (2900) Administrative units.

 

 

General Rules for Delivering Parcels within Georgia

  

·   If a parcel contains information about a mobile number of the addressee, after the parcel is received by Georgian Post an SMS notification is sent to the addressee.

·   If a parcel does not contain the mobile number of the addressee, a written notification is made to the addressee at the address provided on the parcel in accordance with the rules established by Georgian Post (for further information please go to the following link: https://www.gpost.ge/?site-lang=ka&site-path=help/manual/&id=25 ).

 

NOTE: Postal items that were not delivered to the addressee are returned after the expiration of 30 days upon their receipt by Georgian Post. The client is given the possibility to extend the mentioned term through addressing Georgian Post with a relevant application concerning the same.