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Haiti has a fairly large population of over 11 million and we see a large number of packages being shipped there by both individuals and small businesses. A wide range of times can be shipped to Haiti via our courier partners, including spare auto parts, clothing and gifts.
DHL Shipping to Haiti
Our DHL Haiti prices enable shippers to ship packages to Port-au-Prince and the rest of the island for a cheap price. DHL eCommerce was designed to reduce the cost of shipping packages cross-border for internet retailers, but this tracked mail service is also used by people sending personal belongings and more.
If you need expedited shipping to Haiti, then we offer International FedEx services who deliver in 2-5 working days, perfect for important packages and time-sensitive goods. You can also choose for the courier to come and Pickup from your home or work address or to Drop Off at your local FedEx store.
eCommerce and trading with Haiti
Haiti is one of the most open economies in the Caribbean, located close to the US and English is widely spoken. It's well connected with four major seaports and two international airports.
Tourism also drives trade for the people of Haiti and with many citizens having low incomes, when they look to shop online they are looking for affordable quality products. Haitians are familiar with using international delivery companies like FedEx and DHL and transit times are generally 3-5 working days accounting for Customs when using Express couriers and delivering to major locations like Port-au-Prince.
Customs advice for shipping to Haiti
Haiti is one of the most open economies in the Caribbean and as long as you declare the value of your items accurately and provide correct contact details of the recipient you should have no issues with delivery to Haiti.
Haitian customs may apply a 30 per cent tax on packages valued over $50. Customs valuation is based on Cost of the goods and the original invoice from the country of origin. Interestingly The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has not updated the list of prohibited products since 1962.
Prohibited items include: materials of a pornographic nature; military equipment, including parts, arms and ammunition not intended for government use; narcotics; and equipment to be used to manufacture or print counterfeit currency.
According to the 1962 law, it is illegal to import used shoes and used clothing. Nonetheless, the law is not usually enforced and used clothing imports constitute a lucrative business in Haiti, particularly used clothing coming from the U.S. and the Dominican Republic. The goods are usually cleared through customs as personal effects.