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CHAD
(Country code: TD)

SERVICE RATE
CODE
MAX.
WEIGHT (KG)
OVERSIZE
AVAILABILITY
MAX.
COVERAGE
Priority™ Worldwide (Delivery Standards)   07   30   NO   $1000
International Parcel™ (Air)   210   30   YES   $800
International Parcel™ (Surface)   410   30   YES   $800
Small Packet™ (Air)   10   2   NO   N/A
Small Packet™ (Surface)   10   2   NO   N/A
CUSTOMS DECLARATION LANGUAGE French

SERVICE AVAILABILITY Registered Mail™ VALUABLES ACCEPTED
Letter-post™   YES   YES   YES
SERVICE AVAILABILITY FEE CODE CURRENCY
Money Orders™    NO    

Maximum Coverage = Maximum Declared Value for Carriage for the Priority™ Worldwide service.

Import Restrictions

Senders should determine import restrictions from the country's authorities before posting:

  • drugs, prescription and non-prescription
  • medical, pharmaceutical or sanitary items
  • plants
  • tobacco and its products
  • weapons
  • weights and measures.

Prohibited Items

In addition to items considered non-mailable matter, the following are prohibited:

  • absinthe
  • asbestos
  • alcohol
  • animal products and skins
  • antiques
  • bullion and currency
  • cash letters
  • ceramic products
  • cheques, blanks, cancelled, cashier
  • circuits and circuit boards
  • clocks/watches
  • coal and firewood
  • contraceptives
  • fire extinguishers
  • fotolithos
  • fruit and vegetable preserves
  • furs
  • gambling devices
  • isopropanol
  • ivory
  • jewellery, costume
  • marble products
  • military equipment
  • money orders
  • pornography
  • paper patterns for wearing apparel
  • perishables
  • precious metals and stones
  • propaganda
  • oil products
  • radar equipment
  • saccharine
  • soil samples
  • swatches.

Documentation Required

Information regarding Customs can be found in "Customs Requirements" of the Canada Postal Guide.

In addition, goods mailed to Chad exceeding 5000 CFA francs require an invoice.

Customs Procedures:

For all imports, a detailed declaration must be lodged, together with the manifest, invoices and transport documents. Certificates may be required for products such as food, medicines and other controlled items. The declaration must include all the information needed to establish the customs value, such as the classficiation of the goods, their origin and the customs procedures requested.