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Parcel Delivery to Nigeria

Country Price
1 kg Parcel to Nigeria from £29.18* Quote & Book
5 kg Parcel to Nigeria from £49.89* Quote & Book
15 kg Parcel to Nigeria from £98.13* Quote & Book
20 kg Parcel to Nigeria from £119.16* Quote & Book
*VAT and surcharges may apply.

Send a parcel to Nigeria

There are many reasons why you may want to send a parcel to Nigeria. Whether you have family in the country and wish to send them a gift, you’re a small business looking to capitalise on Nigeria’s economic growth by exporting THERE, or you have urgent documents to send for the purposes of a job application or business deal, booking your parcel delivery to Nigeria with Transglobal Express is simple, quick and excellent value for money. We ship so many parcels to Nigeria every month that we are able to negotiate the best parcel delivery rates from the top global carriers including UPS, DHL and TNT. This means we can pass excellent parcel delivery prices of up to 70% off the carriers’ standard rates onto you

Nigeria is a developing country and the world’s tenth most populous nation. When sending a parcel to Nigeria, it’s important to choose a carrier you can trust, and that has a good network already established in the country. DHL, one of our suppliers, for example, has twelve main service points spread across Nigeria including in Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and Port Harcourt. When shipping with carriers such as DHL, or indeed UPS or TNT, you can rest assured that they are experienced in shipping to Nigeria, with both the delivery of your parcels and ensuring a swift customs clearance - both important factors when shipping internationally.

To get a quote for parcel delivery to Nigeria, fill in the simple quote form above by entering the weight and dimensions of your parcel. You can get a quote in a moments and compare prices and book in just a few easy steps.

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Exporting to Nigeria

As the second largest sub-Saharan African economy, second only to South Africa, Nigeria is a promising business prospect for UK SMEs. The Nigerian economy is growing at a fast rate (7% in 2011) and the UK already has £1billion investment in the country. In fact, both UK exports and imports to and from Nigeria have been growing since 2010.

If you are thinking of expanding into the African market, Nigeria could be a good place to start. Language barriers would not be a problem as English is the accepted language of business and Nigeria’s timezone is GMT+1, meaning that timing issues that could arise from doing business in other parts of the world would not be an issue in Nigeria. With Transglobal Express, you could also save up to 70% on your shipping costs, leaving you more resources to invest elsewhere in your business.

Importing from Nigeria

In addition to our range of export services, we also offer UK import services from Nigeria. Our import services are excellent value and our customer services team are here to help you every step of the way. Place an import order through us and we will create your documentation, forward this to your collection point in Nigeria, and, as soon as your goods have been collected, we’ll provide you with a tracking number to follow your parcel all the way to its UK destination. Please contact us for more information or enter the details of the parcels you’d like to import by filling in the quote form above. You’ll be prompted to indicate that it’s an import service that you require, rather than export, on the next page.

Transit Times to Nigeria

Transit times to Nigeria vary depending on the service you choose and the address to which you're shipping. With our range of parcel delivery services, we are able to offer couriers to every address in Nigeria (though some carriers are unable to deliver to P.O. boxes) and just how long your delivery will take will depend on your collection and delivery address. You will see an estimate of your transit time on our quote screen, but you can also calculate a more accurate estimate by entering the appropriate address details into our Transit Times Calculator Tool on our Transit Times Page.

Customs Information for Nigeria

With the exception of documents, all shipments to Nigeria from the UK are subject to customs clearance and therefore must be accompanied by four copies of a customs invoice listing the contents of your parcel and their respective value. It’s advisable to make this information as comprehensive and detailed as you can to help ensure that clearance is as swift as possible. When booking your parcel delivery to Nigeria through Transglobal Express, you’ll be invited to enter all of the relevant information during our booking process and then all of the documentation you’ll need will be emailed to you directly and also available in your My Account area for ease of reference

In addition to our prohibited and restricted items list, Nigeria prohibits the import of many other items into the country. Some of the more surprising ones include: ball point pens, spaghetti and noodles, rugs and carpets and soap in retail packs. For the most up-to-date information and to avoid any problems post-shipping, we’d strongly recommend that you check the latest list of prohibited items published by the Nigeria Customs Service. You can access this by clicking here.

Document Courier to Nigeria

It’s easier than ever to send documents to Nigeria with our UPS Envelope service. Provided that you are sending documents only and that they can fit into a 335x240mm UPS Envelope and weigh less than 1kg, you are eligible to use this service which offers reductions of up to 50% off the equivalent parcel delivery rates. Given the immediacy and ubiquity of electronic communication, there is less call for urgent document delivery than there used to be. But when you need documents to be delivered quickly, cheaply and through the network of one of the most renowned carriers in the world, you can count on Transglobal. Click here to get a quote.


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