Usually, we send a general courier to India daily from Mon to Friday. However, if we have less shipment then we send weekly. Normally, we send each Friday so you need to handover by Thursday. But if you have less than 10 kg then we do daily express services such as DHL, TNT, FedEx, UPS to all most everywhere in India from Woolwich, London – UK. For more than 100 kg we will send via air cargo/air freight.
There are three ways to send a parcel from the UK to India such as A. Express courier, B. Economic courier and C. Cargo. The main difference is the time, cost, service, size and weight.
Generally sending doc or parcel as express Courier via DHL, TNT, FedEx, UPS Courier to India which will take 2 to 5 working days. And it’s a little bit costly. Price starts from around £40 so it’s best if you are sending Docs, Gift and small Parcel urgently. There is no minimum weight required. and it’s a door to door services. But destination custom does not include. Its has weight and height limit but you are expecting professional service with free packing box. If you want to send express courier service this option will be the best. Please have a look at https://www.himalcourier.com/dhl-fedex-ups-tnt-to-india
Normal courier takes 15 working days so its best for Excess baggage, personal stuff and gift. Price start from per kg £4.5 including custom and tax in India. It’s also door delivery. its require minimum 10 Kg. There is no free packing box in this service. We have explained briefly below.
Basically, it will suitable if you have more than 100 kg. It takes about 5 to 7 working days from the day of the flight and delivery til airport. Cargo service is economical and best suited for sending personal, household, Car, heavy boxes or commercial goods in bulk quantity even they are an unusual shape. However, packing needs to be appropriate. There is no free packing box in this service. For more information please visit www.himalcourier.com/cargo-india
The client sends Clothes, Shoes, Can food, Chocolate etc. in this service, which is free of custom for standard stuff. But if you are shipping expensive clothes and items, then you have to pay tax and duties according to Indian Custom.
Electronic Items such as Mobiel, IPad, laptop and Dangarues good such as Perfum, Deodorant, hair spray etc..
£4.5 Per kG ( £3.5 Per KG & Custom / Tax: £1 Per kg )
Time: Up to 15 Working days (Depends on the city & Indian custom). For example, couple of days for Delhi.
Weight: Min 10 KG & Max:30 KG Per Box. If you have more than that, then you need to make another box.
The volumetric or dimensional weight will calculate and compared with the actual weight of the shipment to ascertain, which is greater; the higher kg is used to calculate the shipment cost. See below T & C for more details. For example, if you have 10 kg weight and your box dimension is 48CM X 40 CM X 38 CM = 72960 and divided by 5000 which is: 14.59 so, the total weight will be 14.56 KG, not ten kG.
your responsibility or you can buy with us (£5 per box)
Yes, Sender & Receiver ID ( such as passport, driving licence or Adhar card) is compulsory
Basically, you need to provide all the items which you are sending to India. For example, shirt 5, Jackets 5. It will save our time if you be kind enough send us list via email for us before you come.
Yes, you can.
Electrical items: £6 per kg (for example TV, Micro oven etc.) and Client have to pay duties as Indian custom and admin on the base of dimension that starts from £15 per box.
Mobile, I pad, Laptop – It’s not included in this services however we send via DHL / TNT that start from £40 and Clint have to pay duties according to Indian custom.
If you are happy with this service then you can fill the form so that it will easy and quick to process.
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Please send reciever and sender ID via email or WhatsApp firstname.lastname@example.org, 0776340385
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