Parcel Delivery To Kuwait

Many courier companies serve Kuwait and the transit times range from just a couple of working days up to three or four. Most couriers will connect via a European hub or via Dubai International Airport.  We work with major couriers at discounted prices.  Get an instant online quote below.

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Your goods must be on a pallet, wrapped and stable for lift (?)

Choose your pallet size

Quarter pallets
Up to 250kg
Up to 0.8m high

Half pallets
Up to 500kg
Up to 1.1m high

Full pallets
Up to 1000kg
Up to 2.0m high

    Same Day Service

    Same Day Delivery

    If you have a parcel, pallet or document you need to ship in a hurry within the UK, get an instant quote right here for a Same Day collection and delivery.

    This is a documents service for papers only. Your documents must weigh 1.5kg or less when packaged and be 40cm x 30cm x 5cm or smaller in size.

    Package your documents in a cardboard envelope, not paper, so they can withstand transportation within a large courier network (?). Measure the dimensions for your envelope in the same way as you would measure a parcel, using 1cm for anything less than 1cm in size.

    About Kuwait

    The small Gulf state of Kuwait sits between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The population is a little over 3 million and the capital is Kuwait City. The economy is dominated by the oil industry and this accounts for around 95% of the export revenue earned each year. These reserves have placed Kuwait as one of the richest countries in the world on a per capita basis. There are few major attractions outside of Kuwait City and this is where the majority of parcel deliveries are made. Kuwait City is known for its modern shopping plazas, the marina and museums.

    The temperature in Kuwait is extreme by British standards. The average daily high in August is 45 degrees celsius with almost zero chance of rain. At the coolest point of the year, January, the temperature drops to an average of 18 degrees. Many find the summer temperature uncomfortably hot and many Kuwaitis relocate to destinations across the world to escape the heat.

    Kuwait City is twinned with both London and Paris.  It is from the United Kingdom that Kuwait gained her independence in June 1961.