Parcel Delivery to Nigeria
|1 kg Parcel to Nigeria||from £29.18*||Quote & Book|
|5 kg Parcel to Nigeria||from £56.05*||Quote & Book|
|15 kg Parcel to Nigeria||from £98.13*||Quote & Book|
|20 kg Parcel to Nigeria||from £119.16*||Quote & Book|
Send to Nigeria with Transglobal Express and save up to 70% on standard carrier rates. Destinations include Lagos, Kano, Ibadan and Kaduna.
Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa as of 2014, when it surpassed South Africa. Nigeria has a very young population with almost two thirds under the age of 25, and a rapidly growing middle class.
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Despite its continual growth, Nigeria is not without its challenges as a still developing country. Businesses face poor governmental and industrial infrastructure, and high levels of corruption and poverty.
However, most major carriers offer parcel delivery services to Nigeria. Book with Transglobal Express for significantly reduced rates with these carriers, with services for sending personal effects, business documents, goods to customers, and more.
Exporting to Nigeria
Our services can be used for commercial goods, personal effects, urgent documents and excess baggage.
Parcel delivery rates for Nigeria start from £29.18 for a 1kg parcel, £49.89 for 5kg, £73.98 for 10kg, or £119.16 for 20kg. Our air freight services to Lagos, Nigeria, start from just £1.44 per kg for consignments weighing over 100kg.
Sending documents to Nigeria
Send documents to Nigeria is super cheap with our UPS Envelope service—spend as little as £14.95.
This service can be used for any kind of document, as long as it weighs 0.5kg or less and is put in an official UPS branded envelope (335x225mm, approximately 150 pieces of 90g/m² A4 paper). These can normally be requested from the driver upon collection.
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Just select “document” as your delivery type when submitting your quote.
Customs information for Nigeria
Customs clearance is required for all goods sent internationally beyond the borders of the EU. We’ll automatically generate your customs invoice (or packing list) for you, which will include the details of your consignment submitted during the booking process.
You can also consult the Nigeria customs website for further information.
Transit times to Nigeria
In general, express services to Nigeria take around 2-3 days. Slower economy services can take up to an estimated 6 days. In either case, you may need to allow for extra time if you’re sending to or from a remote location.
Use our transit time calculators for a more accurate estimate.
Sending from Nigeria to the UK?
We also offer import services if you need to send parcels to the UK from Nigeria. We have a couple of options with UPS, in addition to our own TG Express import service, which uses a combination of carriers.
To compare prices for import services, just pick Nigeria as your “Sending from” address.
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