Customs in Comoros
The Customs department in the Union of Comoros reserves the right to inspect all of your parcels as they enter the country to make sure they comply with their laws and regulations for what is allowed in the country. They are also responsible for making sure you, as the sender, have filled out the appropriate paperwork required for your goods to be allowed in the country. This can vary based on what you are trying to ship, but as a rule of thumb, you should have a Bill of Lading filled out as well as a Certificate of Origin. There are many items that require an import license before they will be admitted so the recipient will need to ascertain whether this applies to what you are trying to ship them specifically. The Customs department in Comoros as well as your shipping company should be able to help you navigate through the paperwork that is needed in order to successfully ship there.
Who ships to Comoros?
NEX, Comoros Shipping Services and CMA all ship to the Union of Comoros with the focus on larger shipments of goods as opposed to parcels. Kestrel Liner, International Shipping and Cargo Shipping do the same, as well as about half dozen other shipping companies. You can look into going with FedEx or UPS if you have a smaller, more manageable size parcel to send over there as their rates may be more amenable to your pocketbook as well as you may have some more options for the transit speed.
Transit times when shipping to Comoros
The amount of time it will take your shipment to get to the Union of Comoros will vary based on where you ship it from to begin with and how you plan to ship it. Ocean travel is going to be slower than air mail, for instance, so that will affect how fast your packages can get to the country.