Easily and cheaply send parcels to Qatar

Parcel to Qatar

Express and Economy Qatar Parcel Delivery from only £22.18

£50 free cover as standard* *excluding Hermes deliveries

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 Qatar

Find the cheapest parcel services to Qatar

ParcelHero takes the hassle out of shopping for shipping to Qatar. We make it easy to compare all the delivery options and find a speed and price which suits you. All of our services are fully tracked with scanning at each step of the delivery process, so you can keep up to date with progress of your delivery. Once your shipment has been signed for by the recipient we will send you an email to let you know.

Transit times to Qatar are between 2-4 days, pending customs clearance. Delays at customs are possible but rare, as our carriers are the most experienced at delivering to this part of the world. You can help to avoid delays to your delivery by ensuring all the necessary documents are provided with your parcel when the carrier comes to collect.


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Passing the Qatar customs authority

Like all countries, Qatar has a list of items that are restricted and prohibited from import. Most are similar to ParcelHero's prohibited items list, but some are more unique, such as media that displays the female anatomy and promotional tobacco items. As a predominantly Muslim country, items considered offensive to Muslim culture are also strictly prohibited.

As well as a customs invoice, which must be provided with all shipments outside of the EU, parcels to Qatar may require a copy of a passport or national ID in order to clear customs.

ParcelHero will use the information that you provide during the booking process to generate all other documents including the customs invoice. All you need to do is print the documents and supply them with your parcel when the carrier comes to collect it.

You can find out more information about Qatar customs by visiting their official page. Alternatively, you can send them a tweet using the twitter handle @Qatar_Customs.

Doing business in Qatar

Qatar is one of the richest countries in the world with a very high GDP. Its population is growing rapidly and offers much opportunity for UK business and investment. Qatar has allocated around £140billion to improving the nation’s infrastructure. It is also due to host the 2020 world cup which will open up more doors for business and investment.

Advantages to doing business in Qatar include:

  • English is accepted business language
  • Strong UK-Qatari cultural and historical ties

Disadvantages to doing business with Qatar include:

  • 49-51% partnership split in favour of Qatari national
  • Complex bureaucracy
  • lack of transparency
  • payment delays are common

To learn more about doing business in Qatar, explore the UK government's page on the subject.

How to address parcels to Qatar

Addresses in Qatar tend to be simple, with a name, P.O. box number and city. Your recipient’s address should follow the example below:

  • John Smith [Name]
  • P.O. Box 1714 [P.O. Box number]
  • Doha [City / Town]
  • Qatar

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