Receive a parcel
Receive a parcel from Belgium
Follow your parcel
My Delivery Preferences
Choose where we can deliver your parcel
Directly to a Pick-up Point
Collect it on the day of delivery
We deliver your parcels before 11:00 AM to the Pick-up Point or Parcel Locker of your choice. You can collect your parcel the same day.
You can collect your parcel the same day.
First to your home
If you are not at home, let us know where we can deliver it.
In a safe place
Choose your carport, garage or lean-to for example.
To a neighbour
Choose which neighbour or neighbours we can deliver your parcel to
In a Pick-up Point
Choose a Pick-up Point in your neighbourhood. You can collect your parcel the next day.
Download the My bpost app
And manage all your parcels in one handy app
- Follow all your parcels, including those from other postal services
- Set your delivery preferences
- Choose whether you want to receive status reports for a parcel
Not home and you did not set up My Delivery Preferences?
You will receive a failed delivery notice indicating where your parcel is. It is not immediately available.
You can collect your parcel at the indicated Pick-up Point from 11:00 the next workday.
You will receive an e-mail as soon as your parcel is in a Pick-up Point, and the status of your shipment will change on Track & Trace and in the My bpost app.
You or someone else can pick up your parcel after showing either:
- your failed delivery notice
- your confirmation e-mail
- your confirmation in the My bpost app
If your parcel is not collected within 14 days, then it will be returned to the sender
Perhaps you still have one of these questions
We try to deliver all national parcels the next workday. You can follow the status of your parcel with Track & Trace and the My bpost app. The stated time slot is an indication; 95% of the parcels are delivered within this time slot.
Contact the sender to discuss the best solution for your order. Most senders have permanent agreements with bpost regarding lost parcels. t’s possible he will ask you for a confirmation of non-receipt via email or a signed document.
Only the sender can submit a complaint regarding a lost parcel because the sender pays bpost for the shipment.
Ask whether someone else (your neighbour or co-occupant) accepted your parcel. If it is a small parcel, it's possible that the postman placed it in the letterbox. Your parcel may have been delivered according to your delivery preferences (at a Pick-up point, in your safe place, with your neighbour). Check if you received a failed delivery notice in your letterbox. It will indicate where your parcel is.
If you still cannot find your parcel, contact the sender for a solution. Only the sender can start an investigation at bpost and ensure that you receive the parcel.
Tip: You can also follow your parcel online with Track & Trace and the My bpost app.