Sending Packages to Morocco? Here's What You Need To Know
Morocco is ideally situated for trading as it provides access to both Europe and Africa. Technically Morocco shares borders with three nations: Western Sahara (which Morocco administers), Algeria and Spain with the autonomous coastal cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The economy isn't as robust as other African nations as it doesn't benefit from the same quantity of natural resources. Morocco has become more dependent on tourism, telecoms, textiles and agriculture, which is often at the mercy of the weather. In terms of food-stuffs, Morocco mainly produces wheat, barley, potatoes, oranges, milk, and tomatoes. Home to over 33 million people, Morocco is a good example of a developing market that is still at the start of its journey into the eCommerce world. Middle Eastern and Northern African consumers are still learning to use the Internet and are in primitive eCommerce stages compared to more mature markets. What is for sure, is that if you can provide consumers with a better price than a competitor, and can ship it to the customer for a low cost, then business can be done with Moroccan consumers. Send a parcel to Morocco via a trusted courier to instigate repeat businesses with this market. No matter if you are sending parcels to a friend in Casablanca or presents to relatives in Marrakesh, we offer express and economy international courier services to match every budget and time frame.