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Parcel delivery and courier service to Mali


If you have interests in the landlocked country of Mali in West Africa or in its rapidly growing capital of Bamako, then you can send packages in a safe and secure fashion with DHL Parcel UK.

The country has vast cotton and uranium markets although much of this trade occurs with neighbouring nations rather than the UK or Europe. You can still send packages easily though, as it takes 3-4 days* and costs as little as £29.44* to do so.

 

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About Mali

 

This landlocked nation in central Africa is the fifth largest on the continent and takes its name from Lake Mali, the water source for more than 70 million people in the region. With vast desert regions to the north, much of the country’s population lives in savannah zone further south.

Independent from the French since 1960, vast swathes of the population earn a living through herding and farming. Crude oil became the country’s primary export in 2003, taking over from the cotton industry that had provided income for generations.

Some of the country’s natural resources help to drive some of the other major export markets, including meatpacking, beer brewing and the production of construction materials.

A wet season crosses Mali between May and October in the south while the Sahara in the northern third of the country sees less than 50mm of rain every year. Social structures across Mali are highly diverse, as there are more than 200 distinct ethnic groups, with local and regional societies have considerable levels of influence. This means that many groups of people are classified by the areas in which they live.


How to package parcels to Mali

 

DHL Parcel UK can transport parcels up to 25kg in weight and 80x80x80cm max dimensions. If you’re sending something of reasonable size or weight, you might like to visit our help page on sending large and heavy parcels.

Although your parcels are likely to reach Mali in only a number of days, we would still recommend taking the time to prepare and package it well for transit to ensure its delivered safely and intact.

See our handy international packaging guide for more packaging hints and tips on sending parcels to Mali.


The benefits


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How safe will my parcel be?


From the time of collection (should you not be in, you can opt to leave your parcel in a safe place and our driver will collect it from there) to delivery, where it will be signed for by the recipient, we take good care of the items you send with us.

We also offer free online tracking to keep you fully updated on your parcel’s location, and provide £50 contents cover on your item as standard – you can choose to add extra cover for more valuable items if you wish.


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