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Send Parcel from Italy to Malaysia
- collection at home
- estimated delivery time: to working days
- shipment tracking
europacco.com offers a customized service, if you want to send a Parcel to Malaysia. We offer an economical solution for every kind of consignment. Our service includes home or business address collection by an express courier and delivery in more than 210 countries worldwide.
Send a Parcel safe, reliable and fast
Europacco.com brings your Parcel safely and quickly to its destination to Malaysia. Shipping is easy: fill out the online form, print the label and attach it to your shipment – it is now ready for collection. All this is possible without registration and thus makes fast and simple the package delivery.
How can I track my Parcel?
With our tracking option you can monitor your Parcel from the collection to Italy to delivery to Malaysia. Enter the shipping number on our tracking page.
How much does it cost to send a Parcel to Malaysia?
Years of experience in the shipping sector and a high daily volume of consignments allow us to offer highly affordable prices. With europacco.com you can send a Parcel starting from only 101,00 to Malaysia. For more information that is detailed please see our price list.
How long does it take to send a Parcel to Malaysia?
The transit times from Italy to Malaysia vary from to working days. Transit times are calculated in working days and depend on the starting location and the packet arrival area.
Tradition and modern era in Malaysia
The island state is rich in subsoil and raw materials. In addition, in Malaysia there exist some automotive and oil companies of a certain size. Over the past 20 years, the country has experienced considerable industrial development, which has led it to one of the emerging countries of Southeast Asia. On the one hand there is the communist ideology to be in continuous development, on the other hand the country lives a radical Islamization arose at the end of the 70s, which certainly is not to be considered stimulating for the development of the state.
A cause for social disputes also lies in the composition of the population in Malaysia: roughly half are Malaysian - who are automatically Muslims since birth and are not allowed to marry heterodox - the rest of the population is Chinese, from members of indigenous peoples and Indians. The Malays claim the political power since independence. This group of the population is particularly promoted by the government. Thanks to the so-called "Bumiputra state", access to public employment is facilitated. Originating from this policy, especially in the cities, a Malay middle class was established, which stands out from the poor rural population.
In cities, people have developed in another way, similar to the administration: in Kuala Lumpur postal codes have already existed for a few decades, but in rural areas still many do not use postal codes, even if these have been introduced at the state level during political developments in the middle of the 70s. If you have information about the postal codes, then it is recommended to use them. The Malaysian POS, the state post office, offers a certain format for both urban and rural addresses.
A correct structure of an address in Malaysia is composed of at least five lines:
- Name of the recipient
- Street name + house number
- Postal code
It is strongly recommended that you also use the additional row containing the name of the federal state of the province or territory respectively, which bears the structure of the six-row address.
- Do not worry about the use of characters: even if in Malaysia the official language is "Bahasa Malysia" (Malay), the most common language is of Latin origin. The latter was introduced with the colonization of the Netherlands in the 19th century. Only in 1972 a unified Latin script was created. Until then, the Arabic script was integrated with some special characters. Sometimes the older population still today uses Arabic writing. Furthermore, there are still some signs in Arabic. English also plays an important role thanks to British colonization. For many inhabitants it is the second language.
- The expression "Peti surat" stands for post office box. If you wish to send a parcel to a post office box, then it is recommended to use this name with the box number.
- The term "baian" in Malay stands for "sector" or "district" and in the address is sometimes abbreviated as "BHG". The term "ruhmah" stands for "home" instead. Both terms can appear in Malaysian addresses.
Send parcel to Malaysia
Customs regulations in Malaysia
For private consignments you have to fill out two documents: the export customs clearance form and an invoice or pro-forma invoice. europacco.com will send these forms to you by e-mail.
For commercial shipments please contact the customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org.