From the bustling streets of Lagos to the capital Abuja, The Delivery Group have developed strong relationships with international couriers such as the Royal Mail to ensure safe, swift and cost-effective parcel delivery to Nigeria.
Through our tracked and secure network, we can send your parcels to Nigeria using both express and time-specific delivery times to suit your needs. Whether you’re an eCommerce business sending small consignments sporadically, or a large corporate agency looking to send high volumes of parcels every week or month, we can tailor delivery plans suited to your businesses’ needs.
We make mailing easier for businesses, that’s our guarantee. Find out how we can help your business streamline your mailing for a hassle-free and cost-effective solution.
Nigeria is a country spanning 923,768 km, with almost 196 million people, and our fleet delivers to all major locations. From the capital Abuja and the largest Nigerian city, Lagos, to the northern regions of Kano, we aim to collect and deliver all consignments.
Below are a few of the major locations and areas we send parcels to in Nigeria:
It’s important to know how to correctly label your parcel(s) to Nigeria to ensure they arrive safely and on time. We have outlined the correct format for labelling parcels to Nigeria below. If you are unable to label them yourself, please contact our team and one of our advisers will be able to help.
Correct, basic address format:
Recipient name/business name
Locality and/or postcode
How it should look:
78 Bauchu Road, Yelwa
We help eCommerce businesses save money on sending consignments and parcels to Nigeria. We work alongside some of the world’s reputable mailing companies, including the Royal Mail, to get eCommerce businesses exclusive discounts on their orders to and from Nigeria.
Additionally, there are also a number of other unique benefits for eCommerce businesses to take advantage of. Take a look at our eCommerce page for more information.
We are one of the only delivery companies in the UK that provide each customer with a personal account manager to oversee their mailing requirements. They will alleviate any stress or hassle associated with getting your parcels from A to B. You won’t have to worry about dealing with customs because they will do this for you, and you’ll be able to get in touch with them regarding any support or advice – even through peak times (Black Fridays and Cyber Mondays).
Customers can download our free, independent tracking app to keep eyes on their parcels as they travel from the UK to Nigeria. Ideal for users who want quick updates on the whereabouts of their consignments. Simply enter your tracking number into the app and it will give you a geo-based update on your parcel’s location.
You can download our free app here.
We offer both express and timed delivery depending on your needs. You can opt for our express service which sees your parcel arrive in three days, or our time-specific delivery, which allows you to choose your collection and delivery time. Whatever works best for your budget and business requirements.
Nigeria has a long list of restricted and prohibited items that cannot be imported into the country. A full breakdown of this list can be found on Nigeria’s Prohibited and Restricted Imports section, but the main items include:
Although Nigeria would typically require customers paperwork for the majority of items, this is something The Delivery Group takes care of. We handle all customs regulations so you don’t have to. This also takes into account the UK leaving the EU in January 2021.
The Delivery Group does not offer definite prices for consignments and parcels sent to Nigeria as every order is bespoke to the customer’s requirements. We take into account the weight, volume and size of the parcels being sent, as well as finding the best price for you through our network of international couriers.
For an approximate price, you can expect to pay within the region of £25 – £30.
The main exports of Nigeria include crude petroleum which makes £33 billion, petroleum gas (around 6 billion and refined petroleum at £715 million. Cocoa beans and gold combined makeup almost one billion in as well. Nigeria’s core imports include refined petroleum (8 billion), special purpose ships (£3 billion), wheat (1.2 billion) cars (almost one billion) and packaged medicines at £900 million.