TNT offer a wide range of national and international road and air deliveries serving more than 200 countries worldwide. They also specialise in time sensitive shipments and offer pre 12 noon, pre 10am and even pre 9am deliveries. Ship your documents, parcels and pallets with TNT and take advantage of their award winning reliability.
Features of TNT’s services
- Express and Economy services to suit everyone’s budget
- Pre 12 noon, pre 10am and pre 9am delivery services available
- Full door to door service for national and international shipments
- Same day collection (depending on postcode)
- Online tracking
Considerations when shipping with TNT
- Printer required, you’ll need to print out the AWB (Air Waybill/shipping label)
- For shipments outside of the European Union, you’ll need to include a commercial or pro-forma invoice with your shipment
- TNT are unable to delivery to PO boxes, someone needs to be available at the point of delivery
- Economy road delivery transit time between 3 – 5 working days
- Express air delivery transit time between 1 – 2 days (depending on postcode)
- Customs clearance services available
Size and weight limits
- Express (international air deliveries) maximum dimensions: 120(l) x 120(w) x 150(h) cm
- Economy (international road deliveries) maximum dimensions: 240 (l) x 120 (w) x 180 (h) cm
- Maximum weight per parcel: 70 kg (over 70 kg a pallet should be used)
For shipments going outside of the EU, different size restrictions may apply. Contact our Customer Service team for more details.
More on TNT
TNT’s headquarters are based in the Netherlands, and owns its own operations in 61 countries, and ships documents, parcels and freight to and from more than 200 countries. TNT Ltd was officially formed in 1967, with a merger of two companies, Thomas Nationwide Transport, based in Australia, and Alltrans another Australian company established by two Hungarian immigrants. By 1980 TNT had expanded to 180 countries and was the first logistics company to buy its own fleet of aircraft, making them the first transport company to offer express air transport across Europe.
In 2012 UPS attempted to buy TNT but unfortunately they were blocked by the European Commission due to competition legislation. In 2015 however, FedEx, keen to expand its operations in Europe began the process of acquiring TNT for 4.4 billion euros. The deal was successfully completed by May of 2016. With unprecedented coverage across Europe, TNT is the right choice for those looking for a fast and reliable delivery partner.