At Expedismart.ch, the leading shipping comparison service in Switzerland, you benefit from friendly customer service and attractive prices. Are you a company or an individual who regularly or occasionally ships goods to Morocco? Register a new customer account with Expedismart.ch in just a few minutes.
Through the agreements we have negotiated with our partner companies, you can benefit from discounts of up to 70% on public rates.
How to send a parcel to Morocco? Documents to be provided
To send a parcel from Switzerland to Morocco, please attach the proforma invoice generated by Expedismart.ch, but you can also attach your own invoice when booking online. When shipping a new product that you have just bought, the proforma invoice is not the receipt of purchase that you receive in the shop. The pro forma invoice is used, to inform customs of the exact contents of your package and its value. If the goods have been purchased by the recipient or are to be resold after arrival in the country, the shipment must be accompanied by a commercial invoice, which can also be created on Expedismart.ch. For valuable goods, it is advisable to take out insurance. The cost of insurance is 1% of the value of the goods. You can take out the insurance directly with our partner company AXA Winterthur when preparing the shipment.
Make sure you keep a copy of the pro forma or commercial invoice!
Compare our services and prices for a shipment to Morocco. In addition, you can choose the carrier (Aramex, FedEx, TNT, or UPS) that will pick up your shipment at your home or office and send it safely to Morocco.
Mandatory information for the pro forma or commercial invoice
Complete the documents in Arabic or French
How to send a parcel to Morocco? Customs
Import duties in Morocco are based on the local goods and services tax and the standard VAT of 20% or the reduced VAT of 14%, 10% and 7%. These depend on the type of shipment, its declared value and origin.
We strongly recommend declaring all goods on the proforma/trade document. Additionally, make sure to include the consignee's email address and phone number on your proforma invoice. It is common for Customs to contact the consignee to obtain details of the contents of the parcel.
How to send a parcel to Morocco? Prohibited goods
Do not send prohibited goods to Morocco. The following overview may vary depending on the shipping company (FedEx, DHL, UPS, TNT, or Aramex). Blocking fees and the return of the goods will be at your expense.
A limited number of goods are prohibited from the import into Morocco.
- Products of the chemical or allied industries
- Live animals, animal products
- Used clothing
- Used tyres
- Carpets, similar to those produced in Morocco
* This list may be modified by the country of destination.
If you are not sure whether your item falls into the "prohibited goods" category, please contact us by phone or e-mail.
How to send a parcel to Morocco? Fragile items
When sending fragile or delicate items to Morocco, it is essential to pack the contents properly to protect the goods. Use sufficient cushioning materials such as newspapers, foam, or bubble wrap.
To prevent customs blockages or delays in delivery, please provide the full and correct address and e-mail address of the recipient and a mobile or landline telephone number.
How to send a parcel to Morocco? Public holidays
When delivering your parcel, please consider the official holidays in Morocco. Be aware that your packages will not be delivered on these days.
- 1 January – New Year's Day
- 11 January – Independence Manifesto Day
- 1 May – Labour Day
- 13 May – Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)
- 2o July – Eid al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)
- 30 July – Throne Day
- 10 August – Fatih Muharram (Islamic New Year)
- 14 August – Oued Ed-Dahab Day
- 20 August – Revolution Day
- 21 August – Kind Mohammed IV’s Birthday
- 19 October – Birth of the Prophet Muhammed
- 6 November – Green March Day
- 18 November – Independence Day
How to send a parcel to Morocco? Track the shipment
Have you already sent a parcel to Morocco? Use the tracking system on Expedismart.ch.
Most of our customers send their parcels to Casablanca, Fez, Tangier and Marrakesh.
Do not hesitate to contact us by phone (+41 022 575 61 16), by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via the contact form if you have any questions or uncertainties.
Please check the following before sending your shipment to Morocco