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Parcel Delivery to Lagos
|1 kg Parcel to Lagos||from £36.50*|
|5 kg Parcel to Lagos||from £63.65*|
|15 kg Parcel to Lagos||from £112.62*|
|20 kg Parcel to Lagos||from £137.24*|
For quick and reliable parcel delivery to Lagos, book with Transglobal Express
Given its status as an extremely popular city and port, we understand that there is a high demand for parcel delivery to Lagos, Nigeria. At Transglobal Express, we are able to provide you with highly discounted rates through top quality, leading couriers, including DHL, DPD, UPS and TNT. Booking your parcel delivery to Lagos with Transglobal Express allows you to benefit from the reliable service provided by the carrier, at just a fraction of the price.
Due to the high volume of parcels we transport to Lagos on an annually basis, we have been able to secure discounts with each of the carriers by up to 70%, providing you with the lowest possible rate for your parcel deliveries.
Start by getting yourself a free, no obligation quote using our simple, online quotation form. By entering the weight, in kilograms, and dimensions, in centimetres into our website will enable you to view and compare the extensive range of rates and services we have available to you. We offer flexible and cost-effective solution for your parcel delivery to Lagos, as well as parcel delivery to Nigeria in general.
Delivery Transit Times to Lagos
You will find that transit times to the Nigerian city, Lagos, can be impressively quick and speedy. Parcel delivery to Lagos on an express service is estimated at as little as 3 working days, while a more economical service can take longer at around 5 working days.
While we are able to advise of estimate delivery times, it is also highly recommended to refer to our Transit Time calculator tool to obtain a more specific transit time for your parcel delivery to Lagos.
Send documents by courier to Lagos
Looking to send documents? Aside from being able to send parcels to this corner of the world, we also have fantastic rates for sending documents to Lagos. With quick transit times, sending documents through Transglobal Express has never been more convenient and cost-effective. Documents are not dutiable either, meaning they are not subject to the customs clearance process, resulting in your delivery being easier and more efficient.
Our UPS Envelope service is especially ideal if your documents weigh no more than 1kg and can fit into a UPS branded envelope with the approximate dimensions of 335x240mm. Our UPS Envelope service offers amazing, cost-effective rates whilst also being fast and flexible. Start by getting yourself a quote today!
Lagos Customs Information
As your shipment is travelling outside of the EU, your goods will be subject to mandatory checks by Nigerian customs before being accepted into the country to be forwarded on for delivery. While you may be unfamiliar with this process, at Transglobal Express, we ensure that you are fully prepared for this part of your parcel delivery to Lagos.
So that your shipment can pass through the customs clearance process as quickly and smoothly as possible, you will need to ensure your goods are accompanied by a customs invoice. Your customs invoice is simply a document detailing the contents and value of your shipment, as well as being used to calculate any relevant customs charges. This piece of documentation is generated automatically for you once your booking with us is complete. You will need to ensure four copies of your customs invoice are printed to be handed over to your drive upon collection of your parcel.
While we are able to advise what are considered dangerous, hazardous and prohibited items that cannot be sent through our networks, it is important to remember that Nigeria will also have its own country specific restrictions and regulations that will need abiding to. It is highly recommended to contact the relevant Nigerian customs authorities prior to sending your goods to ensure your goods will be accepted into the country. For example, items such as ball point pens and toothpaste are considered prohibited that you cannot send to Nigeria. Seeking advice from Nigerian customs prior to sending your shipment may prevent any unwanted complications in regards to your parcel delivery.