Who ships to Poland?
Ship Overseas is a great company to ship your vehicles, but they are not the only ones you can use. Schumacher Cargo is another company that can oblige larger shipments such as vehicles, but you should still look around so you have some different price quotes to compare. Smaller packages and shipments will have more options on which company to use as FedEx, UPS, DHL and Voovit all clamber to get your business. While evaluating which company to go with, consider their track record and shipping times as well as the cost.
Packaging when shipping to Poland
It is best to check with your shipping company as to what packaging requirements they may have so that you can try to adhere as much as possible. This is both for the cost of the shipping (standardized packages will be more cost effective to ship) and for the safety of your package. As in you wouldn't want to send something that is too large for a specific package as it could get more easily damaged.
Shipping destinations in Poland
You can ship to anywhere you want in Poland, although the delivery times may be longer in more rural areas. The main port, if shipping by sea, is the port of Gdynia which is extremely well manned and organized so you should have no problem if your shipment is headed there.
Required documents when shipping to Poland
You will want to have a bill of lading and a certificate of origin for your shipment when shipping to Poland. You will be required to have all your packages passed through Customs before they are released to be delivered within the country to your intended recipient. There may be some Customs fees associated with your package if the declared value of the package is high enough. For the most recent price points for Customs fees, you will want to check Poland's Custom's department before you send your items so that you can be prepared for the charges.