(Country code: DZ)
Maximum Coverage = Maximum Declared Value for Carriage for the Priority™ Worldwide service.
Senders should determine import restrictions from the country's authorities before posting:
- alcoholic beverages
- book-trade products and items
- building materials
- fruit, grain and seeds
- instruments, measuring
- meat and animal products
- plants and parts of plants
- precious stones and pearls
- tobacco products
- transferable securities and instruments of payment
- travel items
- weapons, hunting
- wood and wood derivatives.
Clocks and watches
Insurance is necessary for all articles containing clocks, including alarm clocks, travelling clocks and watches. Insurance is not necessary for separate parts of clocks and watches.
An import permit is required for many goods. Before posting any item, senders should confirm that the addressee has any necessary permit. An import permit is not necessary for items that are:
- non-commercial (excluding used clothing) sent from a private person to a private person
- of less than 60 Algerian dinars, and no more than 240 dinars in 12-months to the same person.
In addition to items considered non-mailable matter, the following are prohibited:
- airline ticket, blank stock
- baby feeders and comforters not made of pure rubber
- chain letters
- clothing, used
- cologne and perfume
- credit card blanks
- dental products
- drugs, non-prescription
- false Trademarks
- film, developed, undeveloped / promo/training
- herbal shipments
- items offensive to Muslim culture
- items from IsraŽl or of IsraŽl origin
- lottery tickets and advertising
- meat of U.S. origin
- medical equipment / supplies
- micro film
- pharmaceutical products
- pork products
- salt, table
- used equipment for public works and earth moving
The government insists that imports meet specific testing, labelling and certification requirements. The Ministry of Health requires distributors to obtain authorizations to sell imported drugs. Drugs must have been marketed in the country of origin, as well as in a third country prior to being allowed to import. When food products arrive in Algeria, they must have at least 80 percent of their shelf life remaining.
Information regarding Customs can be found in "Customs Requirements" of the Canada Postal Guide.
The following documents may be required:
1. Commercial Invoice
2. Bill of Lading or Airway Bill
3. Certificate of Origin
4. Insurance Policy
5. Packing List
6. Laboratory/Standard/Health Certificate or approval by the pertinent regulatory authority
7. Copy of trade register under Algerian Law
8. Copy of the tax card issued by the regional tax services.
Commercial goods mailed to Algeria must include an invoice.