Courier Nepal


Courier to Nepal –  Shipping – Docs & Parcel to Nepal

Nepal
A Himalayan natural beautiful country with world tallest Mt Everest and the birthplace of Lord Buddha and brave Gurkhas. It is located mainly in the Himalayas but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. With an estimated population of 26.4 million, it is 48th largest country by population and 93rd largest country by area.

What is Courier?

Cheapest courier service to Nepal from UK

Courier is suited for sending letters, documents & small parcels. It offers the advantage of speed, security, tracking, signature and specialization over ordinary mail services. However, due to this, they tend to be more expensive than ordinary mail services.

What is Cargo?

Cargo to Nepal

Cargo is cheaper but slower and mainly refers to a large consignment of goods or products. If you are sending TV or have more than 20 Kg, we recommend for cargo, please visit http://www.himalcourier.com/cargo-nepal

Now, have a look the different courier or shipping options to Nepal
Option A: Monthly Courier to  Nepal (Kathmandu & Pokhara) 
Option B: Weekly Cargo to Nepal
Option C: Daily Courier service to Nepal 


Option A: Monthly Courier to
 Kathmandu & Pokhara ( Nepal) 

1. Per kg:  £5
2. Handling Charge: £15
3. Collection:  Drop in our warehouse in West London or send via local Courier like DPD, UPS, or Royal Mail. or Drop in our office in Woolwich and pay a delivery charge to send warehouse.
4. Final Wight & Box size: The volumetric or dimensional weight is calculated and compared with the actual weight of the shipment. The higher weight is used to calculate the shipment cost. 
5. Packing Box: your responsibility or you can buy with us (£5 per box)
6. Custom and local duties: Nothing to pay
7. Pick up in Nepal: For Kathmandu at Custom Area ( Tinkune, Koteshwor)  & for Pokhara city,  its door delivery.
8. Minimum: 5 KG 
9. Duration: Normally we send monthly but sometimes every 2 weeks.
10. What you can send: Cloths and shoes.


Option B: Weekly Cargo to Kathmandu (Nepal)

Only suitable for  20 KG and above
Per kg:  £2.15
Handling Charge: £40

for more details, please visit: http://www.himalcourier.com/cargo-nepal


Option C: Daily Courier service to Nepal

Daily means from Monday to Friday. We have discounted world leading courier companies like DHL / TNT / FedEx / UPS / DPD.

Via DHL

Up to 0.2 kg ( Docs)           : £32.95
Up to 0.5 kg ( Docs)           : £33.95
Up to 0.5 KG ( Non docs) : £35.95
Up to 1.5 Kg : £43  Box no: 2 ( 33x18x10) CM
up To 3 Kg : £49     Box no: 3 ( 33x32x10) CM
Up to 6 Kg: £70     Box no  4 ( 33x32x18) CM
Up to 10 kg : £105  Box no: 5 ( 33x32x34) CM
Up to 16 kg : £130   Box no: 6 ( 41x35x36) CM
Up to 25 kg : £155  Box no : 7 ( 48x40x38) CM

Via TNT 
Up to 3 KG    :  £55      –  Box no: 3 ( 33x32x10) CM
Up to 7 KG    :  £65     –  Box no  4 ( 33x32x18) CM
Up to 12 KG  :  £80      –  Box no: 5 ( 33x32x34) CM
Up to 15 kg   :   £90       – Box no: 6 ( 41x35x36) CM
Up to 20 kg :    £100       – Box no: 6 ( 41x35x36) CM
up to 25 kg :    £115     – Box no : 7 ( 48x40x38) CM
up t0 30 KG:   £130     – Box no: 8 (54x45x41) CM


Duration :

DHL 3  working days,  TNT 5 to 8 days. Couriers standard terms & conditions apply to the delivery of all goods. The actual transit time for your shipment is likely to be longer if your shipment is deemed by your customs authorities as having a high value.

A free Packing box for DHL Clients:
Please bring your stuff, we will provide you with a free packing box for our local clients as below: Woolwich, Plumstead, London city airport, Abbeywood, Thamesmead,   Plumstead Common, Woolwich Common, Woolwich Dockyard, Welling, Charlton, King George V Charlton, Greenwich

Remote Area Delivery: Its possible but extra Charge apply. 
 
WHAT YOU CAN SEND VIA DHL / TNT 

What you can send?

  • Docs, Passport, Gift Items, Excess Baggage
  • Personal Effect, Trekking / Travels’ stuff
  • INGO / UN mission’s Stuff
  • 2 Mobile /I pad/ Laptop  per shipment

Custom & Local Duties : 
All non-documents shipment to Nepal may be subject to local duties & taxes payable at Kathmandu – Nepal which is beyond our service charge. We cannot offer advice on these charges so we recommend visiting the Nepal customs website www.custom.gov.np/ne for more details. but we can guess will be up to 40% of the total shipment value.  Its means some items may charge for 5% or some might be charge 20%. Customs duty will be ultimately determined by the evaluating customs officer, generally, for personal shipments. There will be minimum warehouse, transit and loader charge in addition to duties.
its means, DHL, TNT, FedEx & so on in Nepal are also Door to Door but for non-docs shipments, such as gift, the Receiver will have to actively participate in customs clearance. If you have more question, please let us know, we are just one call far way.

Courier Form :
If you have any question,  please fill the courier from someone will assist you for further process.
http://www.himalcourier.com/courier-form/


WHAT YOU CAN’T SEND VIA COURIER ?
The following items will NOT be accepted for carriage by DHL. This list includes items which are prohibited for carriage by any law, regulation or statute of any federal, state or local government of any country from, to or through which the items may be carried. For international carriage, there may be additional prohibited items specified by the country of destination. DHL may at its sole discretion refuse to carry other items not listed below.

  • Alcohol – to other EU countries (sending alcohol into the UK is permitted). Shipments containing alcohol to destinations outside the EU may be subject to local restrictions
  • All Samsung Galaxy Note7 and Samsung Note7 devices
  • Antiques, works of art and fine art with an individual value in excess of £5,000
  • Bullion (of any precious metal)
  • Cash (legal tender – bank notes, currency notes, coins) and traveller’s cheques
  • Clinical and/or biological samples (including but not limited to bodily fluids and tissue samples)
  • Complete original and imitation firearms and firearm parts (including rifle butts, trigger mechanisms, screws/bolts etc which are manufactured for the sole purpose of creating a functional firearm), ammunition, explosives / explosive devices
  • Dangerous / hazardous goods including but not limited to perfumes, aftershaves, aerosols, flammable substances, dry ice, biological substances, UN classified dangerous goods and any goods specified as such under International Air Transport Association regulations (“IATA”), the Agreement on Dangerous Goods by Road (“ADR”) or International Maritime Dangerous Goods (“IMDG”) regulations
  • Electronic cigarettes
  • Furs
  • Human remains or ashes
  • Hunting (animal) trophies, animal parts such as ivory and sharks fin, animal remains or ashes, or animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption, prohibited for movement by the CITES Convention and/or local law
  • Illegal goods, such as counterfeit goods and narcotics
  • Jewellery, costume jewellery, watches, and objects constructed of precious metal and/or stones with a value in excess of £4,000 per waybill
  • Laptop computers – No more than 2 laptop computers per package. Each package may not contain more than 1  lithium-ion battery per laptop which must be contained within the laptop. No more than two packages per consignment. The shipment must not exceed £5,000 per waybill
  • Lithium batteries
    • All lithium metal batteries. Lithium metal batteries are generally non-rechargeable and contain metallic lithium
    • Loose lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion batteries do not contain metallic lithium and are rechargeable. These include power banks, USB chargers etc
    • Small electronic items, including mobile phones, containing lithium-ion batteries – each package may not contain more than 2 batteries which must be contained within the electronic device. No more than 2 packages per consignment.
  • Live animals (including but not limited to mammals, reptiles, fish, invertebrates, amphibians, birds,  insects, larvae and pupae)
  • Loose precious and semi-precious stones (cut or uncut, polished or unpolished)
  • Pornography (whether in print, film or digital format)
  • Tobacco, loose leaf tobacco products, and pre-rolled cigarettes
  • Used car parts and engines – only acceptable if all steps have been taken to nullify hazardous residues.