Sending an international item

To send with Post Haste International a customer must have an account with Post Haste. Contact us for information on our international services or to open an account via our Online Sales Enquiry form, our International Help Desk on 0800 828 106, or via email international@posthaste.co.nz.

To send an item with Post Haste International simply:

  • Complete an International Consignment Note on our website
  • Print to A4 paper using any laser printer
  • Sign and date the consignment note
  • Attach it to your item for pickup - please note we require one copy, please ensure you keep a copy for your records

Convenience for customers is important to us, so we've made an electronic version of our International Consignment Note available on our website:

Remember if you are sending Non-Documents (parcels) you will also need to complete a customs declaration (also known as a pro-forma invoice or commercial invoice). You can also complete one of these on our website:

Prohibited Items

These items are prohibited to be carried by us and cannot be accepted under any circumstances. If there are any queries or information required surrounding this, please contact our international staff directly.

  • All Dangerous Goods
  • Animals
  • Antiques
  • Architectural models
  • Bulk goods (grain etc)
  • Bullion
  • Cosmetics
  • Counterfeit Goods
  • Currency (notes, coins, credit cards and travellers cheques)
  • Drugs/Narcotics
  • Firearms/parts thereof
  • Food ( Dairy products, confectionary, chocolates, meat products)
  • Gold and silver in any form
  • Hazardous goods, combustible or explosive material, liquids, non hazardous
  • High value, easy to trade computer appliances (such as RAM chips/ SIMM’s and central processor units
  • Honey Products
  • Items Offensive to Muslim Culture (for Middle Eastern destinations, Malaysia, Indonesia)
  • Jewellery (NB: costume jewellery allowed)
  • Liquids (including non-hazardous)
  • Material that could be submitted as pornographic or offensive
  • Negotiable bonds or other like ‘valuable papers’
  • Laptops and portable computers
  • Objects of art (paintings/sculptures etc) and fine arts (Items of historical importance)
  • Perfume, aerosols
  • Political material
  • Pornography
  • Precious metals or stones
  • Other negotiable values
  • Weapons