International Parcel Package delivery Sudan
Parcel transit times to Sudan
The amount of time it takes for your parcel to get to the Republic of the Sudan depends on how you ship it, who your ship it with, and where you are shipping it from in the first place. Your chosen shipping company will be able to give you a better idea of when you can expect your shipment to arrive and answer any questions you may have.
Parcel tracking to Sudan
It is a good idea to get a tracking number when you ship a parcel to anywhere in the world, including the Republic of the Sudan. This will help you to know where your goods are in transit and when they finally arrive. Most tracking numbers come with a coordinating electronic system that you can plug your number into to check where it is in its route. You can also opt for a delivery confirmation to alert you when it gets to its recipient.
Parcel documents delivering to Sudan
The Republic of the Sudan does not require official governmentally approved documents for shipping into the country typically. That being said, you should still fill out a Bill of Lading and a Certificate of Origin so that they can be checked at the border.
Parcel delivery limitations to Sudan
There are only a handful of items that you are forbidden from shipping to Sudan. This list includes items like seditious materials, unginned cotton, playing cards or other gambling devices or toys, radioactive materials, and arms and their spare parts, among a few other items. It is best to check with their Customs department or with your shipping company for their current list of things that are prohibited to be sent to the country before you ship there so that you don't end up shipping something that is not allowed.
International Parcel Package delivery to: Khartoum, Port Sudan, Aroma, Atbara, Dongola, El Obeid, Gedaref, Juba, Karima, Kassala, Kosti, Malakal, Nyala, Port Sudan, Raga, Sennar, Wad Medani, Wadi Halfa, Wau