Cheap Shipping Parcel to South Africa
Parcel Postage to South Africa
Shipping ONE makes sending to South Africa quick, affordable and easy. We will help you to find the quickest and cheapest shipping options to get your parcel to South Africa, while offering savings of up to %70 on shipping directly with us and because Shipping ONE only work with the top courier networks, be sure that your parcel is safe and in the true hand.
Our Benefits of sending parcel to South Africa
- Door to door delivery
- Express and economy option International shipping
- Real-time parcel tracking to South Africa
- £100 free parcel to South Africa
Our online quote makes it easy to compare our shipping prices and delivery times, making it easy to find the quickest and cheapest way to send a parcel to South Africa. In fact, our rates are so cheap that you can make even savings against the cost of postage to South Africa.
1. Get an instant quote for parcel postage to South Africa.
2. Compare low rates from the best couriers to South Africa.
3. Select either fast express or saver option delivery to South Africa.
Shipping costs to South Africa
Whether you're sending a gift to South Africa, a small parcel, or a heavy item, Shipping ONE offers a range of price options to suit your budget. Our huge orders enables us to offer amazing and cheap value without any compromise on service. And unlike with postage to South Africa, with Shipping ONE you get a real-time tracking, fast delivery times and a signature on delivery.
We also offer great prices to send a parcel to other countries as well.
South Africa Parcel Postage Services
Whether you're sending a parcel to South Africa, or need to ship from South Africa to UK, Shipping ONE offer you a range of export and import shipping options, with priority or saver delivery option if price is your main concern.
Shipping to South Africa from UK, if with Express option it takes 2-4 days delivery, and for Express Saver it takes 3-5 days delivery
- Express Delivery to South Africa - Guaranteed 9, 12 and 5 PM delivery. - Economy Delivery 3-5 days delivery for large and heavy items
Customs in South Africa
When shipping to South Africa, your parcel will pass through customs clearance. Although packages worth less than 200 USD will not be subject to duties and taxes, all packages except documents and papers require a commercial invoice to clear customs. Shipping ONE provides you with all the paperwork you need to get our package where it needs to get to in South Africa. Duties and Taxes, when they are applied, are applied by South Africa Customs. Not Shipping ONE.
Whether you're sending from UK to South Africa, or shipping from South Africa to the UK, we can collect same day from most locations.
However, if your parcel is over 30kg, or larger than 160cm long, you will have to book a day in advance. For these larger or heavier goods, you will need to provide your pick-up courier with assistance loading or unloading the delivery.
If you're sending a pallet or an item requiring a tail lift or pallet truck, please contact our customer care team prior to collection.
With the exception of our timed delivery services, we deliver between 9am and 7pm on normal working days. Most couriers make 3 delivery attempts as standard, however if your sending to more remote areas of South Africa, only one delivery attempt will be made.
Some of our partner couriers, such as UPS, may leave a parcel in a safe place without requiring a signature. If you need proof of delivery, please use the upgrade option 'Signature required' on our 'select service page'.
Parcel Tracking When you ship with Shipping ONE, we also offer free door-to-door tracking to South Africa. This means that you will be able to keep up with every step of your parcel's journey to South Africa, from the moment that you hand it to us until it arrives to South Africa. If there is a problem, your package status will change to 'exception and call us' and a scan will notify you of the delay. That way, no matter what happens, you're in the loop. Simply enter your parcel tracking number into our tracking page to get started to send a parcel to South Africa
Just to make sure you know exactly what is going on, if any delays occur along the way, we will email you to notify you of the issue and advise you on what steps are required to resolve the delay.
Learn more about tracking your parcel to South Africa
Sending Gifts to South Africa There are no duty and tax exemptions for sending gifts to South Africa from UK, which means that all gifts will go through customs as a normal shipment. They will also be subject to duties and taxes but, like any other parcel, this is not the case if they are worth less specific amount. Do bear in mind when sending gifts to South Africa, that customs do reserve the right to open and inspect parcels, and if they do so any gift-wrapping you had may be removed or damaged.
Sending Luggage or Heavy Items to South Africa
When sending luggage or personal products to South Africa by courier, they are considered personal effects. Unless you meet certain conditions, these are still subject to the same import duties and taxes as a normal parcel. However, if you do meet the conditions then you won't have to pay for any import duties or taxes when importing personal goods.
Bear in mind that you can only send goods like clothing, footwear and books as personal goods, and sending items as personal goods may add extra time to clear customs. You can help smooth the process by attaching this form to your shipment.
Large Parcel and Air Freight to South Africa
With Shipping ONE you can send even large parcels and heavy parcels to South Africa, just be sure to book at least one day in advance. We can deliver items up to 300cm in length and pallets up to 1200 kg in weight, as long as they are safely packaged. Just keep in mind that if your package is heavier than 30 kg, even if it doesn't require a forklift, you will need to book at least 24 hours in advance and may be required to assist in loading or unloading the shipment.
Sending food to South AfricaPackaging your Parcel
Sending parcels to South Africa means a long journey, and once it arrives, your package will have been handled multiple times. In order to ensure that the contents of your parcel arrive in one piece, it's important to properly package them before they are being shipped to South Africa
There are three key points to consider when packaging your goods, and by following them you can help ensure that your goods arrive undamaged: Have a safe parcel to South Africa