Home Delivery Parcel Return
Makes it possible for companies to let consumers return bigger parcels at the company's own expense.
- Return of parcels from consumers
- Available for returns from Sweden and Denmark
- The service involves collection at the return sender's home address
The service is mainly intended for parcels which, due to dimensions/weight, cannot be returned via an pick up point, i.e. parcels over 150 cm long or over 20 kg. Collection is included and takes place at the return sender's address.
What does it cost?
The service is priced according to the agreement.
How big and heavy?
Weight and measurements
Maximum weight: 35 kg per parcel
Maximum length: 200 cm. Length + circumference cannot be more than 300 cm.
What your customers do
Separate bookings for collection should not be made. A pickup task is automatically created when the EDI information is transferred, and then the return process also begins, including notification to the return sender. The EDI information must never be transmitted before the return is due.
Receive the return
Collection, transport and distribution of parcels as individual consignments. Available for returns from Sweden and Denmark.
The parcel is picked up and transported to a sorting terminal in the sender's country. At the terminal, the parcels are picked up and stacked on pallets. Further transport takes place together on a pallet. Available for returns from Sweden and Denmark.
How it works:
Parcels may be lost or damaged on the way to the recipient. We therefore recommend that you take out our supplementary insurance Cargo Insurance. The compensation is based on the fair value of the shipment and does not involve any deductible. We reimburse amounts up to:
100,000 SEK or 10,000 EUR for your parcels
1,000,000 SEK or 100,000 EUR for your pallets
If you do not have Cargo Insurance, your right to compensation is tried in accordance with the provisions of NSAB 2015. Compensation is only allowed when Bring Parcels AB has caused the damage and the level of compensation is based on an amount per kilo - regardless of the value of the parcel's content. The compensation is 8.33 SDR * per kilo for road transport and 17 SDR per kilo for air freight.
The insurance can be taken out for each individual parcel or pallet. Full compensation is given for the value of the goods, and you pay no deductible. It is the policyholder himself who states the value of the goods and it must be based on the goods' costs and any trading profit. This means that if you insure your item for, for example, 1,000 SEK , it must include the invoice value, shipping, insurance premium, any profit and customs.
The maximum insurance amount for packages is 100,000 SEK or 10,000 EUR and for pallets 1,000,000 SEK or 100,000 EUR.
Cargo Insurance can be taken out for
All types of permitted goods, except mobile phones, wine, tobacco products, spirits, refrigerated, frozen and fresh goods or goods that are already damaged.
For shipments to and from all countries except Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan.
For more information about insurance terms, see firstmarine.dk, which is our partner regarding insurance.
You can choose to pay a fixed price for each individual shipment. The price varies depending on whether the shipment is to be sent to Europe or to the rest of the world. However, the premium is the same regardless of the value of the shipment. If you want to insure your parcels and pallets in this way, you can do so easily via our insurance order form, which you will find via this link.
You can also choose to insure all your parcels and pallets for one year ahead. Then each parcel and pallet is insured automatically when you send them with Bring Parcels AB. Agreements on full-year insurance are written at the same time as your customer agreement and the premium for full-year insurance are calculated on the total value of the parcels and pallets that you send with us for one year. The prize is divided and added to the price of each parcel or pallet that you send. If you want to take out a year-round insurance, you sign an insurance agreement with your seller.