Shipping From the United States to Brazil

By:

Barrett Shepherd

Brazil is the largest country in South America and is the fifth-largest in the world. With over 200 million humans, a fast-growing middle-class, and now booming e-commerce industry, Brazil is a superb market to enter for those looking to expand the reach of their e-commerce business. That’s easier said than done, of course. Brazil’s restrictions and regulations are tighter than some countries out there, making transport to Brazil from the US a bit of a headache. We’re here to help you out. Here are some of your best shipping options to make the process more simplistic and hassle-free.

FOUR FAMOUS CARRIERS WHO SHIP TO BRAZIL

Many carriers can ship to Brazil from the US. We propose working with USPS, UPS, FedEx, and DHL, however, due to the fact they’re dependable and can get your packages to Brazil in a relatively short amount of time. They also have partnerships with many agencies, which can help minimize delivery costs on your end. 

USPS:

One of the best choices if you are wanting something budget-conscious and don’t need super rapid delivery times, you can’t really go wrong with USPS. Unlike different carriers, you will solely have to pay a flat fee depending on mail type and weight, and package drop-off is extra convenient since you can go to a local office or just put your shipment in a mailbox. 

UPS:

UPS is a top option for shipping to Brazil because they can get your shipments delivered in around two to five business days depending on various factors. They have a massive logistics network in Brazil, so they can pick up your goods from your warehouse in the states and deliver them to Brazilian customers within a tight time window while also guaranteeing delivery times. In other words, UPS is one of the handier options, giving you peace of mind without all the terrible fees.

FedEx:

FedEx is some other brilliant choice for Brazilian shipping. Like UPS, FedEx can pick up packages in the US and supply them to Brazil inside a few days. Because of their heavy competition with UPS, the shipping prices are noticeably competitive, which allow more money saved for your eCommerce business. Always check out their price versus others’, because you might be surprised to find FedEx is the better amongst them.

DHL:

DHL is the main provider for international shipments and a good option for shipping globally, Brazil included. Their fees are slightly less expensive than UPS or FedEx while supplying the same transport timeframes, so they might be a good option for those on a tight budget. If you want to ship to Brazil, consider DHL as one of your first alternatives when checking shipping prices. As you should for any company, though, always check their fees first!

SOME LARGEST SHIPPING HUBS OF BRAZIL

Rio De JANEIRO, São PAULO, MANAUS, BRASILIA, and SALVADOR are some of Brazil's largest shipping hubs.

SHIPPING TO FAR FLUNG CITIES IN BRAZIL

While Brazil is a country with a growing shipping infrastructure, there are many areas of the country that aren’t particularly accessible. Depending on carrier service times, and the place of customers, it can also take multiple weeks to ship to small villages or areas outside the big cities. Keep this in mind when quoting shipment times to customers and when considering your shipment options. 


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