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Send a parcel to Saudi Arabia from only £30.99

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Help and Advice When Shipping to Saudi Arabia

  • We send parcels to Saudi Arabia with a typical delivery time of between 2-6 days.
  • We offer a 2-4 day service for urgent deliveries, and a 2-6 day service as a cheaper alternative.
  • Remember that if your order is placed before 12 noon, your parcel can be arranged for same day collection!

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Easy to use, great prices, use it all the time for international parcels.
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Awesome & solid delivery service !

Awesome & solid delivery service !! Thumbs Up !
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very satisfied with the service
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My parcel was sent from UK to Cambodia…

My parcel was sent from UK to Cambodia only took.one week amazing only one thing that could be better is a text from the drive to pick would be good. Time morning or afternoon would help Great service will use again
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Good value service

I’ve used this service several times to send gifts to family in Norway. WPS always turn up when they say, are polite and parcel gets delivered within timescale given. Their prices are very reasonable too. I will keep using them.

icon Parcel To Saudi Arabia

When it comes to tricky countries to send parcels to then Saudi Arabia is towards the top of the list. Whilst it does have a postal service it is very different in the way it operates compared to the United Kingdoms Postal Service and that of other European countries.

Firstly they do not commonly have house numbers visible. Indeed when being given an address you are normally just given a set of directions and not an actual address as such. Now if you think this makes things tricky when it comes to parcel deliveries then think again, as on top of this problem, the majority of streets also have no signpost with street names on them.

Instead when it comes to postal areas the cities tend to be divided into various districts, so you start the delivery process off by stating the district that you wanting it delivering to. There is no postman delivering it to the recipients’ house. Instead all residents either have a PO Box or use a courier to arrange for their parcel to be delivered. When sending a parcel you state the district, followed by the recipients phone number.

Then when the parcel reaches that districts post office or couriers depot they will phone the intended recipient, so that they come can and collect it from their PO Box. Or in the case of a courier, the courier will phone the recipient to get directions to deliver the parcel, or arrange for the goods to be picked up from their depot.
Unfortunately the Saudi Arabian Postal Service does not have a good reputation at all, and whilst the PO Box system generally works very well with minimal parcel losses, you should not rely on the Saudi Postal Service for mail or parcel delivery.

Using a parcel courier is the safest option when sending a parcel to Saudi Arabia, of note though is that another option for use in delivering parcels within Saudi Arabia is via a travel agency.

Lastly it is vital that you remember that Saudi Arabia has strong religious and morality laws, and every parcel without fail will be inspected by both Customs and the Muttawa. The Muttawa will have a person sat within Customs, who will inspect the parcels to ensure the contents do not break these moral and religious codes, as a result expect offending items to be have sections blacked out (When it comes to printed material), or worst case confiscated.

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Parcel to Saudi Arabia

Customers who are looking to send a parcel to Saudi Arabia can do so with Worldwide Parcel Services from just £37.31. Understandably, Saudi Arabia is one of the destinations where a lot of parcels have been sent for a variety of reasons, such as tourism, but mainly business.

We see a number of parcels delivered to Saudi Arabia and because of this we can offer competitive prices due to the building of relationships with the local carriers. So whether you’re sending a parcel to Riyadh or Jeddah, we can get the parcel there for you quickly and safely. We offer a range of different time frames for delivering your parcel from 2 to 6 days depending on the service you choose, with excellent services available from WPS, DHL, APC and others.

The air services offered from Worldwide Parcel Services offer fast and efficient delivery to Saudi Arabia, every time. Always make sure to check out the wide variety of services available from Worldwide Parcel Services as we like to make sure we meet your budget and timeframe expectations.

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