The Sri Lankan high commission of UK was opened on 1948 and second overseas mission by sri Lanka and the first after the independence. Sri Lanka’s relationship with Ireland was mainly focused on UK and Sri Lanka’s relations as Sri Lanka was a former colony of UK.  Sri Lanka established diplomatic relations with Ireland in 1996. Ireland is known around the world for Celtic culture and its introduction of St. Patrick’s Day.  Ireland is also home to a formidable rugby team as well as being named as the Emerald isle for its lush green environment. currently handles around

Services Available

No matter who you are, No matter where you are, we have a solution available for all your courier needs…. 

Based on your urgency, the type of goods or even the destination you can choose the solution that will suit you the best in consultation with our experts. We work closely with well known global suppliers such as DHL, ARAMEX, FEDEX, UPS and TOLL ensuring coverage and global standards are maintained.

Door to Door Delivery offers door to door delivery throughout UK guaranteeing simplicity, convenience and affordability. Our couriers possess extensive experience and knowhow which ensures your parcels get the highest attention. Door to Door delivery comes in very handy when dealing with heavy parcels as it will be us doing the heavy lifting and delivering to the door step of the receiver.

Pick Up services strives to ease the burden on the consumer and therefore we provide a pickup service for all your parcels as well. A courier will come and pick up from your doorstep or any other nominated place by you. If you’re in a rush this is an ideal solution for you as you don’t have to worry about making the drive to a Courier depot to drop off your parcel. And with the parcel tracking tools we offer, you will always have your eye on the parcel.

Import Duties and Fees

·         The import duty and taxes payable are calculated on the CIF value, i.e. the sum of the value of the imported goods and the cost of shipping and insurance. 
·         The duty rates applicable typically range between 0% and 17%, however for goods originated in certain countries there would be an additional duty which is significantly higher.
·         The standard VAT rate for importing items into Ireland is 23%,
·         Duty is not charged if the value of the goods excluding shipping and insurance cost, does not exceed €150 or if duty payable on a consignment does not exceed €10 
·         VAT is not charged if the sum of the value of the goods, shipping and insurance cost, does not exceed €22 or if VAT payable on a consignment does not exceed €6 
·         Excise duty is payable on for example tobacco and alcohol
·         Additional customs fees maybe incurred on occasion to cover the expenses of any verification or examination of goods.


Certain goods are subject to exemptions from duty and tax

·         Goods addressed to government or semi-government agencies
·         Diplomatic goods
·         Imports for non-dutiable authorities and organizations

Prohibited Goods

  • Firearms
  • Ammunition
  • Explosives and fireworks
  • Offensive weapons
  • Indecent or obscene material 
  • Plants and Pets
  • Meat and meat products, milk and milk products, and certain foodstuffs
  • Drugs or controlled substances


  1.  Ireland Customs
  2. Ireland Customs HS Code
  3. Customs Terminologies