Shipping from Egypt to Malaysia

Shipping from Egypt to Malaysia

With over a decade of experience, Haulx is able to provide you with fast and reliable shipping from Egypt to Malaysia.

Our comprehensive shipping services cover a range of industries, from commercial goods to personal items, and we prioritise transparency and communication every step of the way. 

Whether you are looking to transport large volumes of goods or just a few items, our team is here to provide you with a seamless shipping experience.

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Cost of Shipping from Egypt to Malaysia

Shipping costs from Egypt to Malaysia are subject to various factors such as the mode of transportation, weight and size of the shipment and delivery timeline. 

It is also important to factor in additional expenses such as insurance, customs duties and taxes, which can affect the final shipping cost. 

Here is an estimate on the cost of shipping from Egypt to Malaysia based on the weight of your parcel:

Weight of ParcelCost of Economy ShippingCost of Express Shipping
1kgRM 55RM 110
2kgRM 110RM 220
3kgRM 160RM 325
5kgRM 215RM 430
10kgRM 380RM 755
25kgRM 810RM 1615
50kgRM 1185RM 2365

*The prices stated in the table are estimates to help you gauge the cost of shipping from Egypt to Malaysia. The actual cost of shipping may differ slightly. To receive an accurate quote, please contact us.

Duration of Shipping from Egypt to Malaysia

Air freight and sea freight are two of the most common shipping options when it comes to transporting goods from Egypt to Malaysia.

The time required to ship from Egypt to Malaysia is highly dependent on the mode of transport. Shipping times can also be impacted by other factors such as customs clearance procedures and the shipping routes used.

For those who prioritise speed, air freight may be the most suitable option, despite being more expensive than sea freight.

Air Freight

Air freight is the fastest and most reliable option, and it is ideal for time-sensitive and valuable items. It usually takes between 1 – 3 days for air freight to arrive from Egypt to Malaysia. 

While it is generally more expensive than sea freight, it is recommended for those who need their shipments to arrive quickly.

Sea Freight

Sea freight is the most cost-effective option for those who are not in a hurry to receive their shipments. It is suitable for large volumes of cargo, and it usually takes around 14 – 19 days for sea freight to arrive from Egypt to Malaysia.

With sea freight, there are two options to choose from: Less than Container Load (LCL) and Full Container Load (FCL). LCL is ideal for small shipments, while FCL is more suitable for larger ones. 

Sea freight is generally less expensive than air freight but requires more planning due to longer transit times.

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Why Choose Haulx?

Personalised Support for Your Shipping Needs

At Haulx, we understand that each customer’s shipping needs are unique. That is why each client is assigned a dedicated customer service agent. 

You can easily communicate with your agent through WhatsApp or phone call, ensuring that your questions and concerns are addressed promptly and efficiently. 

With a personal customer service officer, you can have peace of mind knowing that your shipment is being handled with the utmost care and attention to detail.

Comprehensive Shipping and Logistics Services

As a specialist in freight forwarding, we have the expertise to provide tailored solutions that ensure the safe and timely delivery of your goods.

Our global reach allows us to offer freight services to a wide range of locations, including

FAQs About Shipping from Egypt to Malaysia

The best shipping method depends on several factors such as the nature of the goods, budget and delivery time. 

A freight forwarder such as Haulx can help you choose the best option based on your specific requirements. Contact us today to find out more.

When exporting goods from Egypt, there are several export documents that may be required.

These documents include:

  • Commercial invoice – details the type and quantity of goods being exported. 
  • Consular invoice – used by customs to verify information such as the country of origin and the value of the shipment.
  • Export Cargo Shipping Instruction (ECSI) – to facilitate the shipping of goods to Egypt. It provides clear instructions on how the goods should be transported and handled, ultimately leading to cost and time savings.

Here are some examples of import documents required for shipping to Malaysia:

Yes, it is possible to ship dangerous or hazardous materials from Egypt to Malaysia. 

However, you need to comply with strict regulations and guidelines set by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) or the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code.

Learn more about items that are prohibited for import into Malaysia.