It’s easy to ship a parcel to Morocco with . We help you find the cheapest prices from the leading Morocco delivery companies. And because we only work with the best parcel delivery companies, with you don’t have to compromise on our great service to get you cheap prices.
We offer both export shipping to Morocco from the UK and import from Morocco to the UK, so whether you’re sending a gift to a loved one or shipping a large commercial shipment, is the number one choice for your Morocco parcel delivery.
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It’s tough to work out what the best deal is for you, but that’s not a problem when you ship with . We show you all the quotes for your shipment details, allowing you to compare shipping prices and choose the delivery option that works best for your budget.
We don’t just offer great prices for shipping to Morocco. We work in partnership with the world’s best couriers to give you the cheapest shipping rates. We literally will not be beaten on cost, our parcel postage prices save you up to 60% against shipping directly, and even when compared against the cost of posting to Morocco, without all the hassle of queuing up at the post office.
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There’s plenty of options when it comes to shipping with ; we don’t flinch at parcels large or small. You could send a pallet full of car parts, or air freight, just as simply as sending a Christmas hamper full of tasty treats.
And it’s the same no matter the direction. Shipping to Morocco is simple, and so is shipping from Morocco to the UK, thanks to ’s specialist import services.
Express – 2 Day Delivery
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Express – 2 Day delivery
Economy Delivery – 5-7 Days
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When you are shipping to Morocco, there is an exemption from duties and taxes for goods that are worth less than 30 USD. Packages worth more than this will have fees applied during the customs clearance process. This amount may differ depending on the value and place of origin for your goods.
To make sure that there are no problems when clearing customs, you should properly declare the full nature and value of your goods. If you fail to do so, you may have the wrong fees applied or your package may be delayed clearing customs.
We can collect same day from most parts of the UK and Morocco, or book the day before to save on the cost of collection. Pick-ups are made between 9am and 7pm on working weekdays. If the courier has not arrived by 4pm, we recommend you contact us.
If you don’t want to wait home all day we recommend you opt for our drop-off service, which enables you to drop your parcel at a retailer in your local area.
delivers between 9am and 7pm on normal working days. If you’d like to narrow your delivery window, you can choose to use one of our timed delivery services, with pre 9 AM, 10AM and 12PM delivery options available to most locations.
We will only make three attempts at delivery, so make sure that your receiver is available to sign for your delivery. We will not post your parcel through the post box, so if the receiver is unavailable, you will need to organise an alternative.
When you put your package in someone else’s hands, it can be stressful. has the safest hands around though, and just to prove the point, we offer real-time door-to-door tracking, so you can keep an eye on exactly how your shipment is doing every step of the way.
When there’s an issue with a shipment, you’ll be the first to know. We’ll get in touch with you and your recipient as soon as possible to explain the problem and how to go about fixing it.Learn more about parcel tracking to Morocco
Whether you’re shipping a gift to Morocco or sending a gift from Morocco to the UK, makes it easy. Just like shipping a normal package to Morocco, gifts worth less than 30 USD will enter the country without paying fees, but gifts with a higher value will have duties and taxes applied as normal.
In order to take advantage of the gift exemption from fees, you will need to make it clear that your goods are being sent as a gift. Be sure to fully declare the nature and value of your goods however – simply declaring a gift may lead to problems in clearing customs. So be more specific, such as ‘Gift – Children’s bike’
There’s nothing that can surprise us when it comes to shipping large and heavy goods. We can carry oversized packages of up to 1,000kg and 270cm in length without a problem, and in the unlikely event you have a package even larger than that, just get in touch with you and we will assist you in getting it to your destination.
So, whether you’re sending a sofa to Casablanca, or a pallet of products to Rabat, our specialist air-freight services can meet your needs.
Just remember to give us at least a day’s notice when booking your large and heavy shipment, and we’ll do the rest.
There’s plenty of tasty treats available in Morocco, and makes it a breeze to ship over even more. There are some extra rules to keep in mind when you are sending a food shipment by courier however; we’ve noted them down below, so make sure you follow them carefully.
That means that it’s just as simple to ship something tasty to Marrakesh as it is to grab a treat from the internet. Unfortunately, though, you can’t send homemade Baklava just yet.
There’s almost no chance of your parcel arriving without having taken a few bumps or knocks in transit, but that doesn’t mean your goods have to be damaged. You can protect them by properly packaging your goods.
A good box is the first line of defence, and there’s nothing better than a new, corrugated box. Don’t be tempted into using an older box – it could be crushed or burst in transit.
Wrap each of your goods individually before placing them in your box. Surround with plenty of packaging material, and make sure that they do not touch the walls of your box, or move when your box is shaken.
Use strong packing tape to shore up your box’s weakest points. Wrap three times in a union flag pattern, with extra tape on the corners and seals. Then add your labels so that all information is clearly visible, especially the barcode.
You can. There’s some extra rules to keep in mind when you do so though; most importantly, you can’t ship any perishable goods, which means that homemade food is not allowed.
That depends on the value of your goods. If the gift is worth less than 30 American dollars, then they will enter the country free of duty and taxes, but packages worth more than that will have to pay fees when clearing customs.
There are restrictions on certain goods being sent internationally. Some, like perfume and other flammable products will not be carried by couriers as they are hazardous. You can see a full list of those goods on ’s restricted goods. Additionally, Morocco prohibits the importation of some products such as books and printed matter, including video and audio containing immoral messages.
We’re proud to work with businesses of every shape and size at ; large or small, we can help you save money. eBay merchants can use our eBay shipping calculator to check their costs before creating their auctions, which makes it easy to open your listings to international bidders. And if you have regular shipping needs, our bespoke business shipping services can help you save money on your logistics.
There are some deliveries which may take longer or come with extra charges. This is because it is much simpler to deliver to Casablanca than it is Moulay Yacoub or Taffraout Isserce, so delivery times may take longer.
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