UK Mainland & Parcel Delivery
How much is delivery?
We pass on delivery costs at the best rate possible. Delivery rates have been determined taking into account both weight of products and number of parcels sent. Some of the larger products on this site have been weighted according to volumetrics so delivery costs may vary from the costs listed below. See below for shipping rates per order:
Up to 2kg = £4.95
2kg – 20kg = £7.95
20g+ = £14.95
Delivery to Scottish Highlands, UK Offshore Islands, Ireland, N Ireland and Europe may incur an additional cost after placing your order online. Highlands postcodes include HS, IV, KW, ZE, KA27, KA28, AB, PA and PH.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more accurate delivery costs if required.
International Shipping Process
Shipping into Europe has changed and what is legally required to be able to import goods from mainland UK has also changed.
The following regions are now affected and require and EORI and VAT number to ship pallets:
- Northern Ireland
- Republic of Ireland
- Mainland Europe
- Off-Shore Islands
What is an EORI Number?
An EORI (Economic Operators Registration and Identification) number is a registered business number of an established business enabling you to import and export goods into mainland UK, out of mainland UK and around Europe.
Why do I need an EORI Number?
This is now a legal requirement to import pallets of stock or goods outside of mainland UK following Brexit. Without an EORI Number, you will not be able to import your goods and customs will refuse the importation of pallets.
When will you need an EORI Number?
You’ll need an EORI number if you:
- Appoint someone to deal with customs on your behalf and are ‘established’ in the country you’re importing to or exporting from.
- Make customs declarations.
- Use customs systems, such as the CHIEF system and the Import Control System Northern Ireland (ICS NI).
- Apply for a custom’s decision.
Why is this required for Northern Ireland, Highlands, and Channel Islands?
An EORI Number is required for every pallet shipment leaving mainland UK, as a pallet shipment is classed as a movement of goods and must be declared to customs leaving mainland UK and on arrival in Northern Ireland, Highlands, or Channel Islands.
Who is responsible for having an EORI Number?
You. The customer.
Typical products that are affected by this.
Any product being shipped via pallet delivery. For Ram customers, the following list is most likely to be affected:
- Post Protectors
- Corner Pole Protectors
- Pitch Kit Bundles
- Tackle Bags (inc. Ripper products and Roller products)
- Ruck N Roll Hit Shields
- Training Poles / Corner Pole Sets
- Scrum Machines
- or for any larger or significant orders of volume
What other information is required?
For any international shipment, a point of contact, contact telephone number and contact email address is required for customs purposes.
For any further information or to discuss your enquiry, please contact us on email@example.com and we will assist further.