Consignment/Direct Entry and Sorted International MailConsignment/Direct Entry is a flexible solution for Letters and Direct Mail from one sender to many recipients abroad. You manage your campaigns from Denmark, while the letters are handled as domestic letters in the country of the recipient. Sorted International Mail is a cheap solution when you are sending many letters abroad at the same time, and they are franked with a PP imprint.
Country of recipient
- You can send Consignments to Sweden, Finland and Norway.
- Letters (not goods) up to 2 kg.
- Direct Mail and unaddressed advertising.
How to get started
- To send Consignment/Direct Entry, you need to enter into an agreement with us. You can do so here.
Sorted International Mail
Use Sorted International Mail when you need to send several international letters at the same time.
Consignments of papers and documents only
You can only use Sorted International Mail for letters containing correspondence (papers or documents). If you are sending goods, you should use PostNord Tracked or PostNord Untracked.
The letters should be marked “Priority/Prioritaire” – either handwritten or with a label – on the front of the letter above the address. The label can be ordered in our online store.
- Each shipment must consist of a minimum of 100 Standard Letters, 25 Large Letters or 10 Maxi Letters. You can hand in several formats at the same time as long as one of the formats meets the minimum requirements. If other formats do not meet the minimum requirements, they will be charged as residual mail (Restpost).
- The letters should be divided into countries and formats. If, for example, it doesn’t make sense to divide into countries due to the quantity, you can hand them in as residual mail.
- You should drop off the letters at your nearest Business Drop-off together with a completed Consignment Note for Sorted International Mail (EK2).
We forward the letters as Prioritaire, and they usually arrive at the recipient within 2–6 workdays in the Nordic region, 3–6 workdays days in the EU and 3–15 workdays in the rest of the world.