International Parcel Package delivery Cambodia
Parcel delivery to Cambodia
The Kingdom of Cambodia is a well populated country in southern Asia, boasting a population of over fourteen Million people. With that sizeable of a population, you may think that they have a better infrastructure in place to handle deliveries that they really do. In reality, most of the country is in poverty and lacks basic necessities like roadways that are vital to delivery routes. With this in mind, it should come as no shock that not all places throughout this country will get personal deliveries to their doorstep. The majority of people living throughout Cambodia will need to travel to a large city, such as Phnom Penh or Kratie, where there are centralized hubs for deliveries and retrieve their items through that station. If this applies to your recipient, you will want to give them a heads up before you ship there so that they know what to expect and can make the necessary arrangements.
Customs for parcel shipping to Cambodia
The Customs department in the Kingdom of Cambodia is there to protect the citizens by screening the parcels that are trying to enter the country. They reserve the right to inspect any and all parcels as they enter the country. You should just assume that your parcels will be inspected and there will be no surprises in that arena. The Customs department will be checking for the correct paperwork to be attached to your parcel as well so keep that in mind while preparing your parcel for shipping to the country.
Who ships parcels to Cambodia
TNT, ISP Parcels, and Worldwide Parcel Shipping service the Kingdom of Cambodia for parcel delivery. UPS, USPS and FedEx also ship there too. Parcel 2 Go ships there a fair amount as well. No matter which company you choose to help you, you will want to find out if they have any size or weight requirements that need to be followed before you send your goods out the door.
International Parcel Package delivery to: Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Battambang, Kampot, Kos Kong, Krakor, Siemreap, Svay Rieng