Carrier Chart

Carrier

Delivery Time  TrackingInsuranceDeliver to P.O. Box AddressRemote Area Surcharge (*2)Notes
UPS Expedited

3-8

Business Days

YES

Available

NO

May Apply

Remote Locations

Dimensional Weight (*3) May Apply

UPS Saver

1-4

Business Days

YES

Available

NO

May Apply

Remote Locations

Dimensional Weight (*3) May Apply

FedEx Economy

3-8

Business Days

YES

Available

NO

May Apply

Remote Locations

Dimensional Weight (*3) May Apply

FedEx Priority

1-5

Business Days

YES

Available

NO

May Apply

Remote Locations

Dimensional Weight (*3) May Apply

DHL Worldwide Express

3-7

Business Days

YES

Available

NO

May Apply

Remote Locations

Dimensional Weight (*3) May Apply

Yamato

5-7

Business days

YES

Available

NO

No surcharge

Dimensional Weight (*3) May Apply

Yamato does not accept used items, gifts, items purchased for a third-person and the purpose of resell.

PM International

7-30

Business Days

YES (*1)

Available

Insurance up to $1000

YES

No surcharge

No delivery signature (*4)

ePacket

(Packages up to 4 lbs.)

7-30

Business Days

YES (*1)

Available

Insurance up to $400

YES

No surcharge 

No delivery signature (*4)

*1 | PM International (PMI) and ePacket are combination shipping service between UPS and USPS. UPS picks up your shipment from OPAS, and then delivers it to a US Post Office facility. From there, it will be flown to your country and delivered by your local post office. The initial limited tracking information is available on the UPS tracking site and shows “Shipment information received by UPS Mail Innovations”.  After 1 week the package arrives at the UPS Mail Innovations facility and more detailed tracking is available.  After UPS transfers the package to USPS around 1 week we will have a USPS tracking code that will show more detailed information for the final leg of delivery.  The extent of the tracking information will depend on your country’s postal service.  Some are more detailed than others.  You will be able to see both tracking numbers in your mailbox.

*2 | A surcharge is applied for delivery to an area beyond normal delivery areas because the carrier incurs additional fees due to the extended distance the carrier must drive to deliver one package, or they sometimes must use a 3rd party to make the delivery.  These cost are passed on to the consumer by the carrier.

A list of postal codes and cities where these surcharges apply is available from the links below.

UPS  DHL  |  FedEx  (FedEx calls it out-of-delivery area surcharge.)

Remote Area Surcharge (Subject to change)

UPS: Greater of $38.00 per shipment or $0.38 per lb.

FedEx: Greater of $38.00 per shipment or $0.38 per lb.

DHL: Greater of $38.00 per shipment or $0.38 per lb.

*3 | Click here for details about dimensional weight.

*4 | When selecting PM International and ePacket there is no delivery signature requirement and their insurance option does not cover loss or theft for packages that are confirmed as delivered by the carrier. For more details please review our Insurance page.