Shipping Goods To Kenya
Fastlane can ship goods of all sizes to following town in Kenya:
Bungoma , Busia ,Diani Beach ,Eldoret ,Embu ,Garissa ,Homa Bay Isiolo ,Kajiado ,Kakamega ,Kericho ,Kiambu ,Kilifi ,Kisii ,Kisumu Kitale ,Lamu ,Langata ,Machakos ,Malindi ,Meru ,Mombasa ,Nairobi Naivasha ,Nakuru ,Namanga ,Nanyuki ,Nyeri, Naro Moru ,Narok Nyahururu ,Nyeri ,Ruiru ,Shimoni Takaungu ,Thika ,Vihiga ,Voi ,Wajir ,Watamu ,Webuye ,Wundanyi
With agents near all major airports ports, Fastlane are able to arrange collection and delivery service from anywhere in the UK therefore avoiding costly transfer fees and reforwarding delays.
Fastlane can quote door to door on most destinations on a per kilo or per pound (weight) basis as you prefer.
Fastlane airfreight too, whether small or a larger more urgent orders.
Import Requirements for goods to Kenya
Household goods and personal effects
Original Passport (for returning residents, a Passport used for the last 2 years or any previous
Passport other than the current Passport are also required; the Entry and Exit stamps are
used by Customs to check the compliance of the regulation)
Original Bill of Lading (OBL) / Air Waybill (AWB)
Original Work Permit
Form C-18 Declaration, signed by shipper (Baggage Claim form)
PRO 1B (Diplomats)
PRO 1A (Diplomats)
The shipper must be present for Customs clearance.
All shipments will be inspected by Customs.
All cosmetics, toiletries, perfumes, alcohol and foodstuffs will be subjected to radioactive analysis which will cost Kshs 3,000 per sample per item.
Computers are not classified as personal effects and are subject to tax and duties.
All wooden crates need (ISPM) No. 15 requirements.
For non-Diplomats, the goods must have been owned for more than 1 year by the shipper and must be imported within 90 days after approval of the Work Permit.
Documents must be received by agent 15 days prior to arrival in order for shipper’s employer to obtain the Duty-Free Exemption Certificate, if applicable (Diplomats).
Diplomatic goods are not subject to inspection with an approved PRO 1B in place (Diplomats).
The PRO 1A is required if importing alcohol and must be approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Diplomats).
Diplomats must apply for exemption from duty and value added tax (VAT) through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kenya; the approval for the exemption can take several months.
Returning residents must have lived abroad for more than 2 consecutive years and cannot
have visited Kenya for a total of more than 90 days from last date of entry in Kenya for duty- free import; shipment must be imported within 3 months of entry date.
For the duty-free importation of personal effects, the shipper must have owned the items for at least 1 year prior to import (returning residents).
The shipper must not have visited Kenya for a total of more than 90 days in the last 2 years