Luggage Shipping To Malta
Travelling to or from Malta? Uni Baggage can help you with your luggage.
Wave goodbye to airline baggage fees and out of budget removals – whether you’re travelling to Malta on holiday or relocating, Uni Baggage can help you to transport your luggage there quickly, safely, and most importantly, for a price you can afford.
Malta is an archipelago located in the Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. Malta is one of Europe’s smallest countries, once ruled by the British until its independence in 1964.
Why Ship Your Luggage With Uni Baggage?
Uni Baggage offers a brand new alternative to transporting luggage across the globe. We offer a fully door to door luggage shipping service, meaning you can travel to Malta completely luggage free, and have your bags meet you at your destination. Our service helps you to save time and money whilst travelling. We provide an online luggage tracking tool, so you can monitor the status of your shipment every step of the way. And, if you happen to have any questions or concerns along the way, our customer support team can help via telephone, email and live chat.
Shipping To Malta
Uni Baggage doesn’t stop at luggage shipping. When you book with us, you can ship a number of different items to Malta, including those that are typically regarded as oversized, such as sporting equipment and excess baggage, which tend to come at a hefty cost when you book them on your flight.
Shipping Parcels To Malta
With Uni Baggage, you can send thoughtful gifts and care-packages to your loved ones living overseas. Before proceeding with your booking, be sure to do some research into customs regulations, particularly when it comes to sending gifts. Make sure to package your items in a sturdy, double-walled cardboard box and cushion items with plenty of internal packaging, so as to avoid any damage occurring whilst in transit.
Shipping Excess Baggage To Malta
If you’re worried about your luggage exceeding the weight allowance on your flight, eliminate the stress by shipping it ahead to Malta with Uni Baggage. That way, you can avoid excess baggage charges and still bring plenty of belongings with you.
Shipping Sporting Equipment To Malta
There are plenty of things to see, do and explore in Malta. From scenic spots to outdoor activities, there’s something for everyone. If you hope to see more of Malta’s countryside, why not hop on your bicycle? If you hope to bring your own sporting equipment with you to Malta, Uni Baggage can help you. With Uni Baggage, you can transport large items, erasing the worry of needing to rent equipment when you get there.
Top Tops For Shipping To Malta
- Start planning well ahead of time, don’t leave it until the last minute!
- Spend some time researching customs regulations.
- Find a reputable international removals or shipping service.
- Choose the service with costs and transit times that best suit your needs.
- Package all items securely with plenty of internal cushioning for fragile items.
Booking With Uni Baggage: How It Works
Booking with Uni Baggage is easy and takes just a few short moments! We make it our aim to remove all of the stress and fuss that comes with transporting your luggage overseas. Thanks to our easy to use online booking system, you can arrange everything from the comfort of your own home and make your booking within a matter of minutes. Our service is designed for your convenience, so you’ll be given the flexibility to choose your preferred collection date at the point of booking. You fit everything around you.
Once you’ve made your booking, we’ll send you some shipping labels to print and attach to your items. After that, you can simply sit back and relax as we take care of the rest.
Prohibited Items and Packaging Information
With Uni Baggage, you can ship your personal effects anywhere in the world and typically, you can send just about anything you would find in a standard holiday suitcase. However, due to security and customs processes, there are certain items which are prohibited and cannot be carried under any circumstances.
As a general rule, you can be sure that the following items are prohibited:
- Animal Products
- Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards,
- Dangerous Goods
- Hazardous Goods
- Passports or other confidential personal documentation
- Perishable Foods
It is important to keep in mind that there are specific items that can be carried, however, they may not be covered under our compensation cover and as such, should be sent at your own risk. If you do need to send any non-compensation items within your luggage, please ensure they are packaged securely and appropriately with internal cushioning.
Find out more about Uni Baggage’s prohibited and non-compensation items.
Please note that import allowances, security and customs processes differ all around the world. We recommend that you do your own personal research into what may be prohibited in your destination country before booking your shipment to Malta.
What type of packaging can be used?
When sending your belongings to Malta with Uni Baggage, we recommend using either suitcases or strong cardboard boxes to package your items so they are suitable for transit.
We advise against using fragile or expensive suitcases, as packaging is not covered under our compensation cover. With regards to boxes, it’s always best to invest in a new, sturdy, double-walled cardboard box as they are most durable and suitable for transit.
If you are sending fragile or delicate items, we recommend using internal packaging to protect them during transit. You can use materials such as bubble wrap or newspapers.
You can read through our complete packaging guide here.
If you’re sending to Malta from a country outside of the EU, such as the USA, you are legally required to complete and attach a customs invoice to your shipment.
Generally, Uni Baggage shipments clear customs in a timely manner, free from duties and taxes, as most countries offer a generous duty-free allowance for personal effects. However, it should be noted that customs processes and allowances are different in each and every country, and because Uni Baggage has no control over any decisions made by any customs authority, we advise doing your own personal research into Malta customs regulations and quarantine before booking your shipment.
So, what are you waiting for?