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Does DHL deliver on Sundays?

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In the United States, DHL does not deliver on Sundays. However, DHL does deliver on Sundays in some countries where conducting business on Saturdays and Sundays is customary.

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Does DHL deliver on Sundays?
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In general, DHL measures its services in terms of business days. Therefore, packages sent next day delivery on Friday are delivered on Monday. There are a couple of options, however, for time-sensitive or emergency deliveries. In some cases, it is possible to arrange fastest-point jet service with the company to ensure the package reaches its destination any day of the week. Because this is considered a premium service, it commands premium prices.

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