Collecting a parcel
in a GLS ParcelShop
You can ask your consignor to send your parcel to the nearest GLS ParcelShop. The parcel will then be available for collection for the next nine working days.
When picking up the parcel, you have to identify yourself. To do so, you need a valid identity card or passport.
Use the ParcelShop finder to get more information about the opening hours and the location of the ParcelShops.
What is a GLS ParcelShop?
GLS ParcelShops are parcel dispatch and collection points. They are located in all kinds of different stores (shop-in-shop system), so waiting times are usually very short. In Belgium there are about 600 GLS ParcelShops where you can pick up your parcels. Each one is open weekdays between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the very least. Many stores with integrated ParcelShops also open earlier or are open later in the evening.