Discounted DHL Saudi Arabia Courier Services
DHL is well known as the global delivery expert and we offer a selection of their delivery services to Saudi Arabia for customers shipping packages from the US. You enjoy economy tracked mail services ideal for low-value goods, or you can book express courier services for time sensitive packages.
- DHL eCommerce - a tracked mail courier service that you drop off at your local USPS Post Office. Taken to a central sort location, DHL then ship the package to Saudi Arabia and your item will be delivered by the Saudi Post Office
- DHL Express - picked up from your home or work by DHL and shipped directly using their network to the recipient in Saudi Arabia.
Express shipping to the USA from Saudi Arabia
If you need an expedited delivery to Saudi Arabia we offer quick transit times with FedEx via our International Drop Off service. Book online, print the shipping labels and customs documents and drop off your package at a local FedEx Store. Be sure to provide the recipient Tax ID on all shipments going to Saudi Arabia and provide a local contact number for the recipient so that they can be contacted if there is an issue with a delivery.
We also offer this service with a Pickup carried out by FedEx too.
Shipping to Saudi Arabia with USPS
USPS international delivery to Saudi Arabia is available to book through our shipping calculator and with so many USPS Post Offices to drop into, is very straightforward to use. We have discounted rates on the Priority International Mail service, ideal for packages that need to be shipped quickly.
We also offer a Light Packet service, which can be booked online and is picked up by FedEx ideal for smaller packages. If you would like the local Post Office in Saudi Arabia to deliver to the recipient you can also book TrakPak who can ship your package to Saudi Arabia in 4-14 days.
Online shopping in Saudi Arabia - eCommerce opportunities
Saudi Arabia is the largest economy in the Middle East and the eCommerce market is worth over $5 billion. Almost half of all Saudi Internet users report purchasing products and services online and through their mobile handsets. Current e-commerce market share data show that souq.com, with a 13 percent market share, is the largest-commerce site around at the moment and is an Amazon company, ideal for US marketplace and small business sellers to reach new customers on.