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Shipping Boxes to Oman

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Trust Movecorp when Shipping Boxes to Oman

Shipping Boxes to OmanConsidering shipping boxes to Oman for your big relocation? Then look no further. Movecorp offers box shipping services that will not only get your items shipped safely, but in the most economical way possible.

At Movecorp we handle the whole international box shipping process, ensuring each and every customer is satisfied with their shipping service from start to finish. If you’re thinking about sending boxes to Oman from the UK, then you’ll be pleased with our leading box sending methods.

Living in Oman

An Arab country, Oman is situated in Western Asia on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula, which is considered a subcontinent of Asia. It lies at the mouth of the Persian Gulf sharing bordered with the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. Islam is the official religion of Oman, with 85.9% of the 4 million inhabitants following the Ibadi Islamic school. Historically, Oman has held a strategic position and in the 17th century challenged both Britain and Portugal to control over the Persian Gulf; it eventually lost its power and became under the influence of Britain. In comparison to the rest of the region, Oman has tried to diversify its economy, but oil exports account for 61% of exports with a further 12% being natural gas exports. With oil losing its value since 1998, Oman is actively attempting to diversify, and tourism is beginning to grow. There are popular cultural festivals such as the Khareef Festival, which attract tourists alongside the lush mountains and attractive coastlines in the country. Lonely Planet named the capital city of Muscat the second-best city to visit in 2012 and it has also been named Capital of Arab Tourism in 2012. Tourists may look out for the traditional dress culture of Oman; the dishdasha is a collarless, ankle length gown with long sleeves, often in a white colour and is the male national dress. The women wear colourful national costumes full of embroidery and decoration, often reflecting the tradition of a tribe, though this costume is mainly saved for special occasions.

Useful Oman Travel Info

Flight Time From UK Currency Main Airports Main Shipping Ports
7hrs 25mins Omani Rial Muscat Salalah

How Do I Ship Boxes to Oman?

It couldn’t be easier to send a box to Oman with Movecorp, because we help you every step of the way. Sending boxes to Oman starts with giving us a quick call or email. From there, you will be given a move coordinator to help you with your items and finding the most cost-effective method of shipping.

You can choose to ship your boxes in a shared or sole-use container. The part-load/shared container service is the most inexpensive method because you are paying to use a portion of a shared container for your shipping boxes. If you are moving a whole house or office, for example, then a sole-use shipping container could be better suited to your needs.

Shipping Boxes to Oman Services:

  • Removal boxes for your own use
  • Part-load/shared or sole-use containers
  • Box shipping via sea freight or air freight
  • Move coordinator to help with the process
  • Free storage of your goods for up to a month

Whether you are shipping a few boxes or a hundred, shipping boxes to Oman from the UK is made simple with Movecorp. Give us a call on 020 7127 4597 for your free, no-obligation quote today!

What Can I Send in a Box to Oman?

Shipping boxes from the United Kingdom to Oman doesn’t need to be difficult, because Movecorp’s expert packing service will package everything for you – no matter the item. If you want to send boxes to Oman filled with books, for example, then we will collect the items from anywhere in the UK and package them in the most appropriate way to ensure they’re safe.

What Can I Send in a Box to Oman?

However, please note that you cannot send the following:

  • Tobacco
  • Firearms
  • Animals
  • Plants
  • Perishable items
  • Drugs
  • Liquids, liquefiable substances and powders
  • Intoxicating beverages

What is the Cost of Shipping Boxes UK to Oman?

Shipping Boxes UK to OmanSending packages to Oman may be cheaper than you thought and here at Movecorp, we have a service to suit everybody. Don’t worry, it doesn’t cost as much as you think to send packages to Oman. All you need to do is give us a call and we will discuss the best option for you.

If you are shipping larger items in larger shipping boxes, then it will be more expensive. The use of a shared container is the inexpensive option, but it really depends on the amount of shipping boxes you use. Plus, sending boxes via sea freight is cheaper but using air freight shipping is much faster and will cost you a bit more.

Why Choose Movecorp to Ship Boxes to Oman?

We pride ourselves on our professional, expert knowledge on all things box shipping and removal. Sending a box to Oman with Movecorp means you are getting a dedicated move coordinator, expert packing and unpacking service, insurance if anything goes wrong and our price match service. All of your goods are tracked so you can know where they are and when.

Movecorp is accredited by The British Association of Removers (BAR), and many other organisations, so you can feel 100% at ease.

We’re only happy if you are so trust in Movecorp.

Daily Dedicated Box Collection Services

Movecorp’s efficient movers and packers will collect your boxes and cartons on any day from Monday to Friday, ready for shipping to Oman. Our daily box collection service makes it easy to find a day and time that is convenient for you, allowing you to remain calm and organised throughout the moving process.

Call us today on 020 7127 4597 for your free estimate
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