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Courier delivery of documents is a popular and important service often required by entrepreneurs and businessmen. Logistics in Dubai is one of the most clearly operating logistics systems in the world. The presence of a developed air infrastructure allows delivering goods in the shortest possible time. In addition to air transport, one can also use the sea.
There are many transport junctions and road interchanges on the territory of the UAE. The main international air services are provided through the airports of Abu Dhabi, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Al Ain. Transportation of sea cargo takes place in the largest ports of the country and namely in Dubai, Khalifa, Zayed, Jebel Ali, Rashid and Saeed. As for the time of goods delivery to the UAE, the delivery of goods by air takes from three to five days. Sea transportation can take up to 20 days.
When planning courier delivery in the UAE, please note that there is a list of items prohibited for shipment to the country. Delivery is not carried out on public holidays. Certain restrictions may apply to the sizes of the item sent. The list of the items prohibited for delivery in the UAE includes:
Shipping by courier in Dubai is not too costly. Prices depend on the service provider, the type of transport used and the delivery time. Delivery by courier in Dubai is carried out in all major cities of the UAE, namely in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Ras al-Khaimah, Umm al-Quwain, Sharjah and Fujairah.
There are a number of international services dealing with the delivery of documents in the UAE, for example, FedEx. However, the delivery of documents to Dubai and the UAE, in general, is also carried out by local companies, such as the Emirates Post Group. The cost of delivery can be calculated directly on the website. All of the services are highly reliable, thus, there is no need to doubt its trustworthiness.
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