It can take anything from five days to 14 days to ship your goods from China to Singapore, below are some examples of times from China to Singapore International Airport.
How long will it take to get a parcel from China?
Estimated Delivery Time in Different Procedures
|Procedure||Ordinary Mail (Untraceable)||Registered Mail (Traceable)|
|Days from China to the Destination Country||15-40 days||7-20 days|
|Transit Time to Local Post Office for Delivery||5-10 days||3-5 days|
|Delivery||1-2 days||1-2 days|
|Total||25-60 days||14-35 days|
How long does it take to ship from Singapore to China?
Typically, three to eight days is required. Ocean shipping takes longer, but not significantly so. An FCL shipment from Singapore to Dalian can be completed in just nine days, although 11 to 26 days is more realistic for most FCL or LCL shipments from Singapore to China.
Why is my parcel from China taking so long?
Due to the serious shortage of mail processing capacity, slowdown of production, poor logistics, and business shutdowns caused by COVID-19, some countries and regions even have announced that they have stopped receiving international express. This may cause the delivery of the package delayed as well.
Why do parcels from China take so long?
What takes so long to get here from China are small parcels mailed under a program that allows certain depressed nations (of which China qualified for) at reduced rates that are often less than what you could mail a small package for domestically. However, that mail is not being loaded on the next available plane.
How long does it take to ship from China to Singapore Shopee?
You may expect to receive your overseas order within 9 to 25 days. This calculation excludes public holidays and the logistics partner’s non-working days. Do note that delivery of overseas orders may take longer due to adverse weather conditions, customs clearance processes, or holidays.
How long does normal mail take Singapore?
100% of local Basic Mail will be delivered within 2 working day if posted by collection time.
Why is my package from China stuck in customs?
‘Held at Customs’ means the package you are sending to the destination country is held by the officials of the importer country’s customs office. These government bodies hold the packages until they ensure that only permissible items cross their border and the taxes (Duties & Excise) are paid for the import.
Why is my parcel in transit for so long?
The package stays in transit until the driver/postman delivers it. When parcel is stuck in transit it means that the package is no longer progressing towards its destination and it is either kept in one of the courier company’s depots for further checks or stuck in customs.