Any shipment valued at US$200 or more must be accompanied by a consular invoice if there is a Peruvian consulate at the point of shipment.
Country conditions for shipping – Peru.
Approved Items Required Customs Form/Certificate
Merchandise and all dutiable items. PS Form 2976-B in PS Form 2976-E (plastic envelope).
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Country Conditions for Shipping – Peru – Postal Explorer
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Servicios Postales del Perú (Serpost) is the national post office of Peru. Dedicated to the delivery of correspondence, money orders, and the domestic and international parcel and delivery markets, it performs the duties of the Universal Postal Service.
USPS offers reliable and affordable international delivery to approximately 180 countries through Priority Mail International.
There are a few options for sending and receiving email. Choose between Serpost, the national Peruvian postal system, or DHL in Cusco. The national postal system is fairly efficient (if surprisingly expensive), and of course DHL is probably the safest system, but expect to pay a lot more.
Shipping Services | FedEx Peru.
International Shipping Services | UPS – Peru.
coins; banknotes; banknotes, including paper money; securities of any kind payable to bearer; travelers cheques; platinum, gold and silver; gems; Jewelry; clocks; and other valuable items are prohibited in Priority Mail Express International shipments to Peru.
Global Logistics – International Shipping | DHL Home | Peru.
USPS is the answer to the question of which international shipping company is the cheapest; FedEx offers the fastest shipping time and UPS has the widest coverage.
Delivery times to destination countries are slow, due to the impact of the coronavirus on their own postal services. Route closures in a number of countries are also having a major impact on postal workers’ ability to deliver mail as usual.
Shipping time for USPS First Class Package International Service is typically 1-4 weeks, depending on destination.
International Service Disruptions
The Postal Service™ is temporarily suspending international mail acceptance to certain destinations due to impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic and other unrelated service disruptions.
Due to COVID-19, international shipping to many countries has been suspended. Per Domestic Mail Manual 604.9.2.3, customers are entitled to a full refund of their postage costs if shipping to the country of destination is suspended.
The short answer is yes. Customs inspect all incoming international packages and mail. During this process, a customs officer in the country you are shipping to will inspect the package to ensure it complies with the country’s laws, regulations and policies. You also determine what duties and taxes may apply.