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Formerly a British colony, Malawi gained independence in 1964 – when it was known as Nyasaland – and has formal diplomatic relations with the UK. The south central African country is agricultural by trade and almost 90% of the population lives in rural areas. This accounts for 85% of exports with tobacco, coffee, tea, sugar, cotton and nuts all popular. Coming the other way are foodstuffs, petrol and consumer goods. In comparison to its size, Malawi has a small economy but it grows at more than 6% a year. This means that investment is growing and business parcel delivery to Malawi continues to grow. From the UK, you there are no direct flights offered and it takes at least 15 hours to travel there. Like most African destinations, safaris bring most people to Malawi with Lake Malawi, the Great Rift Valley and Mt Mulanje all popular spots for tourists. Whatever you are comparing courier costs to Malawi for, trade, expats or tourism, you can find the best prices with My Parcel Delivery.
Stretching more than 45,000 square miles and with a growing population of more than 16.5 million, Malawi may seem difficult to manoeuvre. And whilst it does have airports, railways and highways, it is poorly developed. This can make travelling around the country difficult for tourists but, thanks to the development in couriers, you can get great delivery services in Malawi. The largest cities within the country are Lilongwe, Blantyre and Mzuzu. Like most African countries, they don’t use postal codes but a search with MPD can help you find the cheapest courier to Malawi.
If you need to send a parcel to Malawi, you should take a look at the MPD International Drop-Off service that, with thousands of ParcelShops available nationwide, will get your parcel delivered in around a week for just £29.63 including VAT. A faster option is the MPD International Export service for £36.82 including VAT and comes with a collection by UPS. Both parcel delivery survives to Malawi come with great features. You can enjoy up to £15 inclusive cover, SMS alerts and notification emails so that you know how the service is going from beginning to end when you send a parcel to Malawi. [Prices correct as of 13/08/2015]