Poles make up quite a large group of migrants in Ireland. Most Poles currently live in larger cities such as Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford.
In order to transport the body of a deceased person to our country, a set of documents must be submitted:
In addition, in the case of:
Formalities related to the organization of the necessary permits and documentation in the vast majority of cases take up 2-3 working days. The transport itself is additional 2-4 days (including public holidays). Therefore, we make every effort to ensure that the family can say goodbye to the deceased loved one as soon as possible and accompany him on his last journey.
In order to transport a coffin or urn to Poland in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, a set of necessary documents must be prepared. Among them are forms that allow us, as a company, to start the whole procedure. Please read them, complete them carefully and send them to us.
Transport of the body from Ireland to Poland is carried out overland. The corpses are transported by a specialized hearse that meets a number of legal and sanitary requirements. Each of our cars is equipped with a cooler and protection against sliding of the coffin or urn. In order to respect the dignity of the deceased, we also ensure that the driver's cabin is permanently separated from the part intended for the placement of deceased or human remains.
Transporting a body from Ireland to Poland is a cost:
For an accurate quote, please call us at +48 608-135-247
The most reliable sources of information on body transport from Ireland are: government website and applicable in Poland Act of 31 January 1959 on cemeteries and burial of the dead
You can also try to get the information you need from Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Dublin.