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Shipping times have returned to pre-COVID durations - click here to learn more
Shipping times have returned to pre-COVID durations - click here to learn more
PMD Way Shipping Time Updates - September 2020

PMD Way Shipping Time Updates - September 2020

The last few months have been challenging with regards to shipping and logistics in general. As you no doubt realise, there has been an incredibly shortage of air cargo capacity across the world due to the lack of passenger flights (which usually carry a lot of mail as well as passengers).

Shipping from PMD Way with free delivery worldwide

However over the last few weeks, we are incredibly delighted to note that delivery times for our customers are returning back to normal at a rapid rate. And thus we're confident to say that things are back to normal. 

We've reviewed orders over the last 30 days and examples of the average times for our free delivery service from warehouse shipment to final delivery for common areas are listed below:

  • Australia 15~25 days
  • Canada ~15 days
  • France ~10 days
  • Germany ~15 days
  • Israel ~14 days
  • Italy ~17 days
  • New Zealand ~21 days
  • Norway ~15 days
  • United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland) 7~12 days
  • United States of America - West coast 8~11 days
  • United States of America - Central 10~18 days
  • United States of America - Central ~15 days

Please note that these times are averages. Your parcel can be faster, it could be slower. From monitoring tracking, local last-mile postage can cause delays due to employee social isolation, etc.

Of course you can always upgrade shipping to air courier such as DHL or FedEx (depending on location) for an extra charge.

To do this, please let us know your delivery country, particular items (use the SKU from the product page) and quantiity required via email to support@pmdway.com.

You can learn more about shipping from our... Shipping page

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