Meykaya Delivery

Meykaya's International Delivery Methods


Meykaya arranges to deliver orders to addresses nationwide in Nigeria. However, delivery rates and fees will vary depending on the delivery address, State and region that items or products are to be delivered to.


Please Note, It is the purchaser’s responsibility to assure that products ordered can be lawfully imported into Nigeria. (See Useful Information – Nigeria – Prohibition List)
When ordering, the recipient is the importer on record and must comply with all laws and regulations of Nigeria. When customs clearance procedures are required, it can cause delays beyond our original delivery estimates.


Please be aware that cross-border shipments are subject to opening and inspection by customs authorities which are entirely out of our control. We may also provide certain order, shipment, and product information to customs authorities in order to facilitate customs clearance and comply with local laws.


Rates
For information about our international delivery rates to all states in Nigeria, see ‘Our rates’.


What are our Rates and Charges?


 Destinations  Weight Measurement Used  Cost  Minimum Spend
 Nigeria – Lagos State  Kilogram (Kg)  1kg = £4.00  £25.00
 Nigeria – All other  Kilogram (Kg)  1kg = £4.50  £50.00

 

 

Our Rates - Airfreight

 

A.) 0 - 2 kg = £35.00

B.) 2 - 5kg = £60.00

C.) 5 - 10kg = £80.00

D.) 10 - 20 kg = £90.00

E.) >20 kg = 4.50/kg

 

For delivery charges, unit of rate is calculated in Kilogram (kg)

 

Please Note:

 

Export By Airfreight - Weight/Invoice Information

 

Volumetric Weight: You may be sending a large, light weight shipment where its volumetric weight exceeds its actual weight. If so, the cost of shipment is calculated on the space your consignment takes up.

 

Export by Air

To calculate the volumetric weight of your shipment, multiply the Length x Depth x Width of the shipment package and divide the result by 6000 if you have measured in centimeters. Divide by 366 if you have measured in inches.

 

For example, assume the actual weight of your shipment is 7kg, but the volumetric weight is:

 

50cm x 40cm x 30cm Divided by 6000 = 10kg


In this example, the volumetric weight of 10kg is greater than the actual shipment weight. Hence, the chargeable weight for this shipment will be 10kg.


Note: Delivery to remote locations
Some locations have been classified as remote due to distance from major cities or the capital of the district/state.
We do our best to try to reach most locations but where costs are not reasonable for us to achieve this, we will request that our customers either collect their order in the closest and most suitable major city/town or pay extra costs to deliver to their chosen address.

 

 

Delivery cost to Nigeria - Seafreight

 

 Destinations  Weight Measurement Used  Cost  Minimum Spend
 Nigeria – Lagos State  Cubic Metre (CBM) - (L x W x H) Metre  1CBM = £400.00  £460.00
 Nigeria – All other  Cubic Metre (CBM) - (L x W x H) Metre  1CBM = £450.00  £510.00

 

 

Listed below is typical weight of goods customers have ordered in the past.

 

Shirts ( Ladies and Men’s) 400 – 500g ( 2 Shirts = 1Kg
Ladies Handbags 750g – 1.5kg
T- shirt 300 – 400g (3 t-shirts = 1kg)
Under Wear (Ladies and Men’s) 150g - 300g
Jeans 1kg
Ladies Shoes 750g – 1kg
Ladies Boots 750g – 1kg
Ladies Boots 1kg – 1.5kg
Men’s Shoes 1kg – 1.2kg
Men’s Boots 1.5kg – 2.5kg
Jewellery Jewelleries are normally delivered free of charge
Duvet We use the Boxed weight (Volumetric weight)
Electricals. TV, Sound System We use the higher of the actual or volumetric weight
Musical Instruments We use the higher of the actual or volumetric weight
Kitchen Utensils We use the higher of the actual or volumetric weight>
Sports equipment We use the higher of the actual or volumetric weight
Use Meykaka to order all your goods

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