Standard Delivery for France

For Standard Delivery in France, the best carrier is selected to achieve a 2 days home delivery with the highest quality.

Code ID : bigblue-fr-standard 

Main characteristics of this carrier offer 

  • A delivery service without signature
  • An estimated delivery time
    • 2 working days for France 
    • between 5 and 7 working days for Overseas
  • In case of a failed delivery attempt,
    • if the carrier is Colis Privé, the recipient has 5 working days to contact the carrier to agree on a second home delivery attempt. The buyer can contact Colis Privé either via the web portal, by phone, SMS or email with the information left on the letterbox notice or via the Colis Privé mobile app
    • if the carrier is Colissimo, a second delivery attempt is performed the next day
  • In case of a second failed delivery attempt, the parcel is dropped off in a pickup point and the address is specified to the buyer via a letterbox notice or via email. The custody time is of 7 working days

Parcels characteristics

  • The maximum parcel Weight is 30 kg
  • The maximum parcel Length is 100 cm
  • The maximum parcel Length + Width + Height is 150 cm

Invoiced weight

  • The invoiced weight is the real weight of the parcel when shipped in France
  • The invoiced weight is the volumetric weight of the parcel when shipped in French Overseas

For which orders is it recommended ?

  • B2C ✅
  • B2B ❌

Surcharges list

Surcharge name Description Price Unit
Non-mechanizable parcels - If L + W + H is between 150 cm and 200 cm- If L > 100 cm 6,50€ Parcel
Incorrect Address Administrative fees to correct the recipient address 2,80€ Parcel
Non standard parcel - If L + W + H > 200 cm- If weight > 30 kg- If L > 100 cm 65€ Parcel
Delivery Surcharge Delivery surcharge for orders to Overseas France 3,50€ Parcel

The French Post Office's zones are defined as follows:

  • Zone OM1: Guadeloupe (including St Barthélémy and St Martin), Martinique, Réunion, Guyane, Mayotte and St Pierre et Miquelon
  • Zone OM2 : Nouvelle-Calédonie and its islands, Polynésie française, Wallis islands and Futuna, Austral Lands and French Antarctic
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