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Parcel Delivery and Courier Services to Uzbekistan

Going to Uzbekistan means following in the footsteps of some of the world’s greatest pioneers – including Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Marco Polo – and exploring the rich history of this treasured land while also witnessing the transformation of its future. A vibrant culture, stunning architecture, ancient cities and modern developments make up this Central Asian country. It is one of the most obscure, yet alluring countries for travellers. There are approximately two million visitors each year, however, tourism does not contribute to the bulk of its economy. Since the Soviet era of “white gold,” Uzbekistan has lessened its dependence on cotton and grains and has diversified its interests to include more agricultural products as well as petroleum and minerals like gold and uranium. Although foreign investment has not always been easy in past years, Uzbekistan has developed strong bilateral ties with UK – one of its leading partners in the EU. With several UK businesses already established in the area and an increase in opportunities in the oil and gas, pharmaceutical, automobile, mining and textile industries, the demand for close communication and cheap parcel delivery to Uzbekistan is increasing.  

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Transport and Courier Routes in Uzbekistan

The landlocked country encompasses sprawling desert sands and rolling mountains and boasts some of the most visually stunning cities. It is bordered by Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan and serves as a great travel hub. From the Silk Road cities of Samarkand, Khiva, and Bukhara to the vast, green hills of the Ferghana Valley and the snow-capped mountains of Tien Shan, travel throughout and parcel delivery in Uzbekistan is made easy with a well-developed transportation system. In addition to its famous, ornately designed metro system in the capital city of Tashkent, the country’s paved roads and extensive railway tracks – many of which are new or have been recently updated – provide easy access to major cities and rural areas. The Uzbek postcode system operates on a six-digit code. The first two numbers represent a regional centre or territory, the middle two indicate a territory within the region and the last two the postal office. 

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As the country begins to expand its trade and investment opportunities with foreign countries and invites UK businesses to work in its mining, construction and oil and gas sectors, the demand for cheap couriers to Uzbekistan will rise. There are already well-established companies that offer quality service and low courier costs to Uzbekistan. Some of the cheapest companies are My Parcel Delivery with our MPD International services and UPS. With MPD’s International Export service, it can cost as low as £36.82 including VAT to send a parcel to Uzbekistan. UPS also offers collection options and with their International Express Saver service can have a packaged delivered within 2-3 days for just £44.56 including VAT. [Prices correct as of 20/08/2015]