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Cheap UK shipping to Malawi

Parcel to Malawi

Express and Economy Malawian Parcel Delivery from only £25.19

£50 free insurance on every order

Collection or drop-off at a local shop anytime

Track your parcel from door-to-door

Send bulky or heavy items weighing up to 1,000kg

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Cost of delivery services to Malawi

Cheap parcel courier services to Malawi

ParcelHero offers fantastic prices on reliable and efficient courier service to Malawi, whether you're looking to send express, or save even more money on economy delivery. Add that to our free door-to-door tracking and loss / damage cover of up to £50 on most shipments and you'd be crazy to go anywhere else.

We choose companies that can offer years of experience, as well as strong delivery networks and high levels of reliability, so that we can ensure our customers receive the best service every time. You will be able to monitor the progress of your parcel at every step, as our deliveries are scanned at every stage – we also send you an email when your item has been signed for at the other end.

Transit times to Malawi are usually around 3-5 days, pending customs clearance. On the off chance that your parcel is held by local customs authorities (something that is out of ParcelHero’s control) the carriers that we use are experienced in dealing with any issues that arise and resolving them as soon as possible.

If you are planning to explore the enormous range of outdoor activities available in Malawi then ParcelHero can help save you money and effort by sending any equipment that you need ahead. Whether you want to take your bike to cycle in the many stunning national parks here or you want to take your own equipment for water sports, you can avoid excess baggage charges by sending items with a courier, as well as saving the effort of carrying them whilst you travel.

Export

Easily send parcels to Malawi through ParcelHero

Import

Wide range of options for sending parcels to and from Malawi

How to successfully pass Malawian customs

When sending goods to Malawi there is no threshold for duty and taxes, meaning that all shipments will be subject to these fees. Malawi has some restrictions on items that can be brought into the country. As a result it is important to make sure you are not trying to import anything that might be banned or restricted, such as artwork or food.

As Malawi is not within the EU you will need to include a customs invoice with your parcel so that the shipment can clear customs and continue on to its destination. Our booking process requests certain information that will be used to generate this document when the booking is complete – all you have to do is print it out and attach it to the parcel before it is collected.

Every shipment that enters Malawi is subject to customs duty and taxes. Goods that are prohibited from entering Malawi include:

  • Artwork
  • Cheques
  • Perfumes
  • Food

To learn more about what you can import into Malawi, visit the official Malawian site, also browse ParcelHero’s list of prohibited items.

Doing business in Malawi

While there is some opportunity for business in Malawi for British companies, the nation is not considered easy for doing business. Malawi is keen to present the country as a viable option for business, but there is still much room for improvement.

The British government initiative Exporting is Great, highlights opportunities for doing business and investment around the world. Check their site to find any upcoming Malawian opportunities.

How to address your parcel to Malawi

Malawian addresses are simple, this is because the country lacks a well-developed infrastructure. Parcels and post are generally sent to local P/O Boxes. If your recipient gives you a different address format, follow their instructions. Your parcel address should be similar to the example below:

  • John Smith [Recipient]
  • P.O. Box 266 [P.O. Box number]
  • Blantyre 2 [Region]
  • Malawi

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