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Cheap international shipping to Algeria
If you need a low-cost delivery service from thto Algeria why not book DHL eCommerce.
You can drop off the package at your local USPS Post Office and then it will be processed to a central sort location, ready to be sent from the US to Algeria. This service an economical solution, perfect for items that are not time sensitive or lower value.
For those looking for the cheapest service to Algeria, DHL eCommerce is hard to beat for lightweight items.
Ship a large or heavy item from the US to Algeria
EMS Parcel Post is an economy service for heavy packages sent internationally. FedEx will come to pick up from your home or work, and then it is sent via tracked international post and delivered in Algeria by the local Post Office.
Express Couriers to Algeria
If you need the package to be sent quickly to Algeria, we have a range of services such as;
International Drop Off - Drop into your local FedEx store and the goods will be shipped overseas in just a few working days by FedEx.
Information about shipping to Algeria
Algeria has a history of trading with European countries, is located on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa, so you may find many reasons for shipping parcels to this destination. Many Algerians reside in Europe, so packages can be sent back home to cities such as the capital Algiers, Oran or Constantine to send gifts or personal effects.
The population of Algeria stands at over 39 million and is spread across a vast area, as Algeria is, in fact, the world’s tenth largest country by land mass, however mostly this is large desert zones, making shipping across this country sometimes tricky. However, if you book via the global shipping marketplace, you will know the exact amount of cost for sending a parcel to Algeria before you book. Not only this you can track it to delivery and offer the recipient the tracking number to do this as well. Currently, only 18.1 percent of Algerians have connected to the internet mainly thanks to the recent launch of 3G., but in 2014, Algeria’s internet penetration rate increased four-fold, showing the market is in a period of rapid growth.
Customs advice for shipping to Algeria
Algeria is one of the countries in the world that has an extensive list of items that are prohibited to be imported into the country.
They include the usual suspects in the form of Acid, knives and radioactive materials, but also include some surprising items such as: Airline Tickets, Antiques, Carpets, Cologne and perfume, Cocoa, Film, Jewellery, Metals, Passports, Mobile Telephones, Products made in Iran, Stamps, Items offensive to Muslim culture and hazardous toiletries. If you would like to explore this topic in more detail, please contact the Algerian Ministry of Trade.