Shipping to Lithuania

Lithuania is located in northeastern Europe, on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It shares borders with Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and Russia and is one of the three Baltic States. Learn all the key information, trends and insights you’ll need to know when shipping to Lithuania.

Shipping to Lithuania

Shipping to Lithuania by numbers


Population circa


eCommerce shoppers in Lithuania


population between ages 15 and 64

1.07 billion

eCommerce market revenue (in USD)

Most Purchased

  • Electronics
  • Fashion
  • Toys, Hobby & DIY

Delivery Proposition

  • 100% country coverage
  • Max weight per parcel: 30Kg
  • Max Dimensions 100X60X60 cm
Did you know?

In 2022 Lithuania had a 40% market share of mobile eCommerce in Central and Eastern Europe

Lithuania eCommerce Stats

Lithuania had 19% market share of cross-border eCommerce in Central and Eastern Europe in 2022

The information and communications industry had a 34% share of total eCommerce revenue in 2022

The market value of B2C eCommerce in Lithuania was $1.6 billion (USD) in 2022

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of shoppers chose BankLink (provided by any local bank) as the most popular eCommerce payment method

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of eCommerce users preferred at home delivery

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Pick-Up Drop-Off (PUDO) locations across Lithuania

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market share of mobile eCommerce in Lithuania

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of eCommerce users aged 25-34 made over 10 online purchases in 3 months

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predicted eCommerce user penetration rate by the end of 2023

Customs clearance guidelines

When formal entry is required, we must provide them with the following:

  • Commercial invoice
  • EMPP (Evidence Money Price Paid) This can be in the form of a debit/credit card statement as evidence of price paid.
  • Customer email address. Customs will contact the consignee before clearing and forwarding on for final mile delivery.

Any duty applicable will be payable by the consignee if sent in a DDU environment.

Formal clearance costs will be the responsibility of the shipper: These will be passed back to the client.

Important that good full descriptions and HS Codes are provided for customs clearance.


Parcels held of which charges are refused by the retailer can be destroyed. If requested, a description fee is applicable.

The time parcels will be held is 30 calendar days. If the requested information is not provided by this time, customs can automatically destroy the parcel and a destruction fee is applicable which will be passed back to the retailer.

Data Importance for customs clearance

In the event that poor/vague descriptions or incomplete data is sent, the items run the risk of being held by customs for inspection.

In this event, a copy of the Commercial invoice will be required with full product details. This will then be sent to customs, if approved the parcel will be cleared and forwarded for final mile delivery with no additional costs.

Good description examples

  • Men’s super hoodie navy M
  • Vinyl wall sticker decoration
  • Bags and accessories, bags of textile

Bad description examples

  • Item or goods
  • Women’s clothing

​It is important that good full descriptions and HS Codes are provided for customs clearance.

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