Shipping to Kazachstan
Shipping to Kazachstan can be a risky operation for a few reasons. First of all you are not generally advised to pack your own parcels, something that is commonly done. If you do, your parcel will most likely be inspected and, quite often, returned to you for lack of conformity to thier packaging and documentation guidelines that they want you to adhere to when shipping there. Additionally, packages take an absorbent amount of time to get delivered once in Customs' hands.
Who ships to Kazachstan?
Limco Logistics and Ameri Cargo both ship larger cargo sized items to Kazachstan, as does GSL Logistics. A 2 Global Shipping can handle large or small shipments there, as can FedEx, although the latter does specialize in smaller parcels, relatively speaking. Ship My Pet caters to animal shipping, as the name suggests. Parcels 2 Go, ISP Parcel and Fast Lane International all ship there as well, giving you ample options from which to choose.
Packaging when shipping to Kazachstan
It is strongly advisable that you do not pack the items shipped to Kazachstan yourself. It is best to have either a company that you purchase goods from pack the items and send it there or take it to your shipping company and have them pack it for you. This will ensure that it is packed properly and includes the documentation required for entry into Kazachstan and may avoid it being returned to you.
Required documents when shipping to Kazachstan
Typically when you send something to Kazachstan, you are going to need to have a proforma invoice for the package and a packing list to be attached to the shipment detailing the contents. Also, if you are shipping cultural items or electronic goods you will need to have a detailed list of them according to the Customs department's templates that can be found on line.