Cheap Parcel Delivery to India
Rates starting at just £20.00
Choose RAND Logistics for all your document delivery and worldwide parcel delivery requirements from the UK to India. We are confident that we can offer some of the lowest rates in the international courier delivery industry, thanks to the substantial discounts we have been able to negotiate with our suppliers. As a result, our customers can enjoy the benefit of the very best deals for courier shipments to India.
The Republic of India has an estimated population of 1.25 billion and rising, making it the world's second most populous country, hot on the heels of China. A vast subcontinent, it?s no surprise that the Indian market is one of the largest for parcel delivery from the UK.
Whether you need to send a document to India by express delivery, or your requirement is for worldwide parcel shipping, RAND Logistics have the experience and expertise to provide you with the best possible service at the lowest possible rates.
From Bihar to Bangalore, Goa to West Bengal, we deliver to every corner of the Indian subcontinent, so you can be safe in the knowledge that your package will be delivered efficiently and at very competitive prices.
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Please be aware that many items are prohibited from being shipped to India. It is imperative that you familiarise yourself with the list of restrictions and prohibitions and comply with all the regulations to avoid any unnecessary inconvenience or customs complications. Any item on the list can be intercepted by customs and held temporarily and even be destroyed.
Any appliance that is capable of discharging gas, including pistol pencils and of course pistols themselves, is prohibited from being shipped, unless special government authorisation has been obtained. Military equipment, arms and ammunition are also prohibited, and the same goes for firearm-shaped toys and radioactive materials.
Gold and silver, coins, currency, banknotes, securities and travellers? cheques are all on the prohibited list. Any coins or ingots exceeding 65 rupees in value are also banned unless they are intended for the purposes of display or as an ornament. Electronic devices, other than life-saving equipment and hearing aids, are also on the prohibited list. However, if consumer electronics below the value of 200 rupees are clearly marked ?released on caution?, they may be shipped.
It is important to be aware of the fact that items not intended for personal use and worth more than 100 rupees can be classed as prohibited if the addressee has not obtained an import license. Tobacco may only be shipped to licensed importers, while Indian banknotes require authorisation by the Reserve Bank of India.
Many forms of published material, including works of art, manuscripts and cards, but also waste paper and newspapers used as packing material, are treated as merchandise and may be liable to customs duty.
Shipping edible and perishable items is permissible, but only by airmail.
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