Shipping Personal Belongings to Morocco

With a population of over 32 million people, Morocco is a mountainous country found in North Africa. The largest city is Casablanca, which is home to over 4 million residents. iContainers USA ships to the Port of Casablanca, Morocco, and also the ports in Agadir, Asilah, Nador, Rabat, and Tangier. If you are shipping personal belongings to Morocco, we’ve got you covered. To get started, you will need to be aware of the following information.


Customs Regulations in Morocco

You are not required to be present during customs clearance in Morocco. Household goods and personal belongings are typically duty-free as long as they have been in your possession for more than six months.

If your shipment contains any electrical items or appliances, we recommend that you load those items near the container door. In addition, if your shipment includes any dutiable or restricted items should be placed near the back of the container so that customs agents can access those easily as well.

All documents for Moroccan Customs must be completed in French. Please contact us if you need assistance with translations.

Required Documents

  • Copy of passport
  • Bill of Lading/Air Waybill
  • Packing List (in French)
  • Signed Authorization Letter
  • Comprehensive Valued Inventory

For all of this information and more, click here. iContainers ships from the United States to Morocco all year long. Find your rate now to begin your shipment to Morocco.

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