Shipping to Morocco
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All shipments crossing international borders must be cleared through Customs in the destination country prior to being delivered to the recipient. Unless the sender specified a broker, FedEx submits shipments to Customs and other regulatory agencies. It is the sender's responsibility to provide the necessary and correct documentation. Shipments that require more than the FedEx International Air Waybill and Commercial Invoice may require more transit time. If shipments are held by Customs because of incorrect or missing documentation we may first attempt to notify the recipient.
When shipping to Morocco, clearance through Customs depends on whether you're shipping:
- Documents with no commercial value
- Dutiable goods
Certain items are prohibited by Customs for import to Morocco. These items are in addition to items forbidden by IATA. Senders are responsible for making sure that the goods they are shipping are acceptable for shipment to Morocco.
Forbidden for Import to Morocco
- Communistic material
- Drugs, non-prescription
Required documentation varies according to the following factors:
- Documents with no commercial value only require the fully completed FedEx International Air Waybill.
- If you are shipping documents with a Declared value or dutiable goods, we require a FedEx International Air Waybill and a Commercial Invoice.
- All shipments valued at 50 USD or above are considered as High Value by Moroccan customs and require a POA (power of attorney) from customers except for shipments consigned to individuals.
- A Phytosanitary certificate is required for all food items.
Take note of the following regulations when importing to Morocco.
- The dimensional and weight maximums for import shipments:
- FedEx International Priority: 274 cm (108 in) L, 330 cm (130 in) L & G, 68 kg (150 lb)
- FedEx International Priority Freight: 302 cm (119 in) L, 762 cm (762 in) L & G, 1000 kg (2200 lb)
- An invoice is required for all shipments with a Declared value.
- A Shipper's Export Declaration (SED) is required to this country for all US export shipments (including Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands) if any single commodity value is greater than US $2,500.