International Parcel Service Ltd

We are International Parcel Service


Attention Everyone, Beware of a text or an email with a UPS logo, but Instead of a U, it’s IPS. The text or email is a SCAM, NOT FROM OUR COMPANY. Please do not give out your personal information such as your name, your phone number, or bank account information, do not send money to pick up a parcel from someone posing as an IPS employee or an agent over the phone, text, or email. Thank you, IPS Management.


International Parcel Service

International Parcel Service was founded in 1987, to provide a cross-border solution for customers in the lower mainland. We are 100% Canadian owned and operated, with our head office located in Delta on Annacis Island. IPS has delivered outstanding daily service and value to our customers and can handle shipments of every size from 1 envelope to full trailer loads. Our fleet consists of cars for our courier runs to 3 ton and 5-ton trucks with power tailgates to tractor-trailers, providing service throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley to Blaine WA daily.

Mike McInnes - PARENT

Our Commitment

Parcels. Documents. Parts. You name it. We’ll deliver it. Right now.


Fast Service

Need a package delivered same day or within a couple of hours, we have you covered. If it’s doable within reason, we’ve to go it.

Affordable Pricing

We’re committed to providing our customers with the best parcel sending experience in the market at unrivaled prices.

Safe Delivery

Your package is safe with us. Our well-trained drivers will deliver your most delicate package and handle it with great care.

Reach your destination 100% safe & secure

From coast to coast, We offer our customers a truly integrated shipping experience with the highest level of professional customer support. Every mile counts, but the Final Mile matters most. We’d love to discuss our flexible delivery solutions with you! Provide your contact information and we’ll reach out to you!

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