Worldwide Shipping to over 100 countries
Delivery & Beyond
Your book will be dispatched from Hannover, Germany. We count on years of shipping experience and select the most suitable carrier for the respective country.
Zones for UPS
European Union, United Kingdom, USA & Canada (min. three books).
Zones for DPD
Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Austria.
Zones for Deutsche Post / DHL
Non-European countries, EFTA states (Swiss, Norway, Island, Liechtenstein), Eastern Europe e.g. Hungary, Poland, Ukraine. European Overseas Departments e.g. Réunion.
Prices & Discounts
Single books are shipped for 5–15 euros. Free of charge in Germany from an order value of 50 euros. Everything is calculated in the checkout process. If a certain value is exceeded, we offer substantial shipping discounts.
Transport & Package
For 1–2 books, we use rigid book packaging and thick cushioning film for a solid protection. All books are sealed. For larger orders, we pack your items and books in cardboard boxes and use filling chips for extra protection.
We currently offer trackable shipments in most European countries via UPS, DPD, DHL.
2–4 days in Germany; 4–10 days in Europe; 10–25 days to world countries.
Due to further reduced capacities, there may still be longer delivery times and delays in the Pacific and South American regions. Up to 40% longer. Please be patient.
Pre-orders will be delivered on the date specified. If one or more items from the stock are included in the order, Microzeit will not deliver until the pre-order is fulfilled. Exceptions are non-European orders with up to two books.
Hardback books are true heavyweights. Ours are in the 1-2 kg range. Worldwide trackable shipments would increase the total price of each book extremely. We are working on a permanent, cost-effective shipping solution. Trackable shipments to world countries are possible for orders of three books or more. You will be shown this option during the ordering process. For individual solutions and country-specific requests, please ask.