Send a package with Chronopost
Chronopost is a French and international express carrier. It offers the service of deposit and/or collection of parcels. Chronopost offers on-site delivery the next day before 1pm or before 6pm, against signature or commercial stamp.
Why do we recommend sending parcels with Chronopost?
Benefit from the density of the network of the leading express carrier in France. The Pickup network and post offices (28,000 proximity points in Europe) will allow you to deliver all your parcels in 24 hours. In addition, you will benefit from the Predict option: an email and/or SMS is sent the day before announcing delivery in a 2-hour slot. Several reprogramming options are available that allow your customers to receive their packages.
Chronopost delivery options
Next day home delivery (before 6pm)
Next day home delivery (before 1pm)
Next day delivery to a pickup point
Chrono Relais Europe
Delivery to a pickup point in 2 to 3 days
Chrono Classic International
Home delivery in Europe in 2 to 4 days
International home delivery in 48h to 72h
Delivery to a pickup point in 48h
Consult the rates and conditions of Chronopost offers
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Chronopost, king of express parcel delivery
Chronopost is the leading French player in the express delivery of parcels up to 30kg, to companies and individuals. With 25 years of experience in BtoC delivery, Chronopost now offers an offer adapted to companies of all sizes, from very small to large groups. The current network, consisting of 87 branches, 7 hubs and 28,000 local points (Pickup network and post offices), provides an optimal coverage of the French territory.
International package shipments with Chronopost
Chronopost is the only carrier to deliver the whole of metropolitan France the next day before 1 p.m., and also delivers by express mail to the French overseas departments (within 48 hours) and more than 230 countries and destinations around the world. As part of the DPD Group, Chronopost employs 3,500 people who take turns transporting 149 million parcels in France and around the world each year.