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You MUST enter the correct weight [kg] and dimensions [cm]
do so will result in surcharges being applied to your card
The receiver in Nigeria will need to be registered with the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and have a Tax Identification Number (TIN). No customs clearance can take place without this TIN number and failure to obtain the TIN number before the arrival of the consignment will result in delays and potential additional costs.
Passports, credit cards, jewellery, cosmetics, toiletries, etc are prohibited for import into Nigeria.
Before sending your parcel to Nigeria, please make sure that none of the items in your parcels contravene the restrictions imposed by customs at destination.
Customs website: https://www.customs.gov.ng/
After you have paid for a shipping service to Nigeria, you will be redirected
to a page where you can download and print out the relevant shipping labels, i.e
AWB (Courier Air Waybills - barcode) - Proforma or Commercial invoice - Address label.
The above documents are standard for any international shipment.
Please note, if additional documentation is required for the import of any particular item, it is the
customer's responsibility to provide them at destination.
Goods travelling by 'Cargo' are subject to different restrictions to those travelling as carry-on
A shipment to Nigeria is deemed unacceptable if: it is classified as
hazardous material, dangerous goods, prohibited or restricted articles by IATA (International Air
Transport Association), ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) or other relevant organisation.
Many items which appear harmless in everyday use can pose danger on air transport and are consequently
forbidden for transport.
The following page displays a sampling of common prohibited and restricted goods.
Your parcel must be boxed and well packaged. This will reduce the risk of damage to any item during
transit or any associated automated distribution process.
Please be aware the item is not taken by hand from collection to destination and will visit many sorted
facilities on its journey. For that reason, you need to protect the items to ensure they make it from A
to B safely.
The following packaging guidelines are recommendations to assist you in packaging your shipment:
When you book a shipping service to Nigeria, you will be able to choose an
appropriate level of cover for your shipment. We offer enhanced parcel protection for up to £2000
for a small additional fee.
If you do not purchase enhanced Shipment Protection, your shipment will be only covered to a maximum
value of £50 as per the limited liability set out in our
Terms & Conditions and subject to your
parcel passing minimum packaging requirements.
Please note that the declared value for customs purposes is not related to the declared value selected
for Shipment Protection. We encourage all customers to purchase shipment protection cover for loss or
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No matter what it is that you need to send in a parcel delivery to Port Harcourt, one of your main concerns is bound to be whether that shipment is going to reach its destination in perfect condition. You could have commercial interests in Nigeria, in which case it may well be an example of your product that requires shipping to Port Harcourt. Alternatively, if you're an individual looking to send a Port Harcourt package delivery - people shipping gifts to much-missed family members or mementos of home to distant friends - you'll need similar assurances. In either case, the careful treatment and complete protection of your Port Harcourt package delivery is key to the execution of a top-notch service. That is why we not only have information on our site to help you to pack your parcels safely but we have both an online packaging shop and 'Rapid Parcel & Post' drop off points at numerous airports and rail stations where all the packaging material and advice you'll need can be dispensed.
Port Harcourt is a Nigerian state capital and lies on the banks of the Bonny River, part of the vast Niger Delta. It is one of the country's major industrial areas, being the centre of oil refining in Nigeria. Amongst the multinationals based in the city are Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell and the revenue from the oil industry, and from the export of crude oil, has helped to make Port Harcourt and its surrounding state one of the richest in the country. The presence of an international airport and two seaports also help to make the city vital for shipping and the import and export of manufactured goods.
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We pride ourselves on being thorough, however, and so in order to provide all the assurance you could possibly require we have an online packing shop from which you can purchase specialist packing goods designed to ensure that your Port Harcourt parcel delivery arrives in the best possible condition. Export strength cardboardboxes, padded envelopes, bubble wrap … whatever you think it may take to protect your shipping to Port Harcourt, you can purchase it quickly and easily at the same time as making a booking and all whilst sitting at your computer. Combine this with our dedicated online tracking and regularly updated blog and it's clear that RapidParcel.com will set your mind at ease when booking a Port Harcourt parcel delivery in a way that rival courier comparison websites simply can't match.
The same is true of parcels sent anywhere else in Africa, so a parcel delivery to Kaduna or a package delivery to Ibadan will be equally well protected. So visit our website today, find the courier, deal and extras that precisely suit your needs, and relax in the knowledge that your Port Harcourt parcel delivery will receive the best treatment possible.