LBC Express Transpack Rates for Parcels Sent Within the Philippines

Here are the LBC Express rates for the door-to-door delivery of parcels or packages from Luzon to several places in Metro Manila, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and vice-versa.

Under this LBC Express Transpack delivery service, you can send items such as passports, cellphones, gadgets, small appliances, birthday gifts, or other small products that can be placed in small packs. These parcel items will be placed in secure plastic receptacles or boxes which are available in various sizes.

LBC Rates in PESOS plus valuation

Luzon to Small Large
9.5 x 14 inches 12 x 18 inches
Manila 140 230
Luzon 140 230
Visayas 150 240
Mindanao     150 240

Note:  Total LBC rates = above rates PLUS valuation

Rates may vary at the branch, depending on measurements and assessments, or may change without prior notice. These rates are based on posters at branches
of LBC Express as of June 2011.

Rates for boxes are not the same as above.  Boxes can be in:

Kilobox 3 = 12 x 10 x 5 inches
Kilobox 5 = 14 x 10.5 x 7 inches
Kilobox 10 = 18 x 12 x 9 inches
Kilobox 20 = 20 x 16 x 12 inches
Kilobox Tube = 38 x 6 x 6 inches
Your own box

Example:  An item valued at 1,000 pesos weighing one-kilo that will be placed in Kilobox 3 and sent somewhere in Luzon will cost 245 pesos. 225 pesos for the freight and 20 pesos for the valuation.

LBC Customer Hotline: (02) 9086 LBC(522)


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  1. itatanung ko lang po kung magkano po ang shipping ng sofa bed for kids…bound to san jose bulacan

  2. Hello po . Tanong ko lang po kung magkano ang aabutin kapag 3 gadgets ang ipapadala from mindanao to luzon ? Thanks

  3. Good pm if ever I start an online shop then I ask Lbc if I use them for every transaction, can I get a discount? Or is there a contrack that I should apply for at Lbc? How is the processing? Id like to learned more about online business and the shipping processing before i start. thank you :-)

  4. Hi charm, the best way is for you is to go to LBC and observe and ask. Bring your main products and ask the shipping fee for each. Then ask about discounts if there are lots of transactions.

  5. good afternoon po ask ko lng po how much po mgpaship ng picture frame manila to bacolod ,. .

  6. Tanung ko lng po . Kung mag kano.. halimbawa ipa LBC ang electric guitar..from s.korea to batangas ..thankyou po

  7. laptop new in original cartoon. 14″screen. from cainta to manaoag pangasinan. urgent po. after 3 days I’ll send. thank you very much. ROMMEL BALTAR

  8. Hi rommel, the best is to go to the nearest LBC and ask how much is the fee and how it is packed. I don’t know if you pay or buy packing foam so the laptop is protected, or if LBC provides the packing foam.

  9. Hi Shiela, sorry I don’t know the exact charge, but it could be 175 to 300 pesos. Better bring the shirt to the nearest LBC and ask.

  10. Hi dexter, for exact amount of fees, you need to bring your item to LBC and ask. Based on my experience, for a few pages of docs, the fee is 80 pesos. For a 200-ml plastic bottle of vitamins, the fee is 150 to 200 pesos.

  11. Hello po. What’s the process of sending a package through lbc? This is my first time to send. From metro manila po. thanks :)

  12. Hi Nicole, just go to LBC with the item you want to send, and then ask the LBC clerk how much is the fee to send your item. Bring your own box and foam packaging if the item is fragile. But don’t tape it yet, as LBC will need to see what items you are sending. LBC also have several types of boxes or parcel bags that might fit your item

  13. Hi abbt and others asking about amount of charges for sending, sorry I don’t know the exact amount of charges. The usual charges for small items range from 150 pesos to 300 pesos. The best way is to go to the nearest LBC and ask. You might want to bring some foam packaging, if your item is fragile, or you bring your own box or packaging material

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