Send a parcel to Kuwait from only £16.09
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
Kuwait boasts the world’s sixth-largest oil reserves and the highest valued currency in the world, the Kuwaiti dinar. It’s situated in the northern edge of Eastern Arabia, sharing borders with Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and continues to be one of the most prosperous ports of the region. With high volumes of trade with the UK, shipping to Kuwait is in high demand, so senders need to choose reliable couriers to get their parcels there.
Luckily, that’s where we thrive. Parcel2Go work with an extensive network of trusted international courier services, including big names like Parcelforce, TNT and UPS, to ensure that our customers always get the best quality service possible on parcel delivery to Kuwait. Plus, we negotiate on your behalf to get you the lowest possible prices, too. Get a quote today!Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Kuwait?
You will need to prepare your parcel for international customs when sending it to Kuwait from the UK, but don’t worry — we’ve made it easy. When you book with us, we’ll send you over all the declaration forms you need. All you have to do is print them out, fill them in, and attach them to your parcel. Easy!
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Kuwait?
Postage to Kuwait can cost from as little as £16.09, exclusively when you book your order through Parcel2Go. Plus, with a range of options available on all deliveries — including collection services, economy options, and signature tracking — you can send cheap parcels exactly the way you want to, every time.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Kuwait?
Kuwait follows an address format that’s actually typical of European countries, which makes things a little easier for UK senders. You can refer to this useful addressing guide issued by the Universal Postal Union as a good example.
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