Countries supported by ePacket shipping from China
As of August 2017, there are a total of 35 countries that you can ship to using China Post’s ePacket service:
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia
- Thailand (currently in a trial run)
- United Kingdom***
- United States****
* Packages can be shipped to mainland France with zip codes that start with 01 to 95. However, packages cannot currently be shipped to overseas territories, including Corsica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, Reunion, St. Pierre and Miquelon and Mayotte.
** Spain is currently undergoing a test run and is not available in all cities just yet.
*** Packages can be shipped to mainland UK as well as the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
**** Packages can be shipped to all states, territories and military addresses within the United States.
Source: China Post ePacket Fees and Regulations (link in Chinese and changes sometimes; let us know if the link is out-of-date).
Average ePacket Shipping Times
Mexico: 20 business days
Russia, Ukraine and Saudi Arabia: 7-15 business days
All other supported countries: 7-10 business days
But this list is different from what I’ve seen on other sites!
Yes, this list might be different from what you’ve seen on other sites. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of confusion out there about ePacket.
Part of the problem stems from the fact that the USPS also has a service called ePacket. Their ePacket service is only for packages that originate in the US. Obviously, China Post’s ePacket service is for packages that originate in China.
As far as we can tell (but we’re not 100% sure), certain countries like Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Malta, and Gibraltar are served by USPS ePacket.
Those countries are not served by China Post’s ePacket.
Yes, we’re sure of this. After all, shipping via ePacket is what we do.
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All this information was published by China Post (link in Chinese and changes sometimes) on May 2nd 2017 and is accurate as of September 2017. However, they can update this information without prior notice.
We try our best to keep this page up-to-date but reach out to us for confirmation before taking any action based on the information here.