If you are moving to Kenya e.g for a new job, emigrating or moving to study. You will be happy to find that we are able to assist you in moving your belongings, be it your vehicle, household furniture and so on.
We offer a variety of shipping options tailored to suit all of your moving needs. Depending on your location, we could easily arrange for one of our trained staff to visit your premises / office in order to discuss your moving requirements. Alternatively, one of our members of staff will be happy to give you a quote over the phone or via email.
The different options we could offer you include, shipping in a private container (20 foot container), shipping in a shared container (40 foot container), or shipping on RO - RO (car &goods shipped without container).
We understand that you may be too busy to spend a lot of time answering emails or trying to organise things over the phone. We will therefore try our best to speed things up whilst also maintaining an outstanding level of customer service. One of the ways we do this is via our booking form. This takes down the general details we will need of you therefore it stops more uneeded correspondance allowing the process to flow smoother.
If you are unable to deliver your vehicle or personal items to the port for shipping, we will be more than happy to arrange for one of our dedicated staff to come and collect the vehicle or personal items and deliver them to the port of dischage. We understand how important it is for your goods to arrive in the same condition and promise to take the upmost care when handling them. Please note that all of our vehicles are fully insured and our trained drivers have over 50 years of driving experience between them.
AFTER SALES SERVICE
You will also be pleased to know that we can assist you with all the customs clearance upon arrival in Mombasa. Over the years, we have made it our business to keep up to date with all the changes in customs regulations imposed by the Kenyan Government. We have included a few of the most important points that you need to know before importing your goods / vehicle to Kenya. Please find the same listed below: -
- Passport (original) (If issued within last two years the old passport is also required)
- Work Permit for non - Kenyan citizens
- Insurance Certificate
- Certificate of change of address
First time arrivals to Kenya and returning Kenyan citizens residing outside Kenya for a minimum of two years are permitted to import ONE auto duty - free provided:
Auto is more than three months old and has been registered in owner's name for more than twelve months
Car is less than 2, 500 cc
Car is not sold within 12 months of import
Owner's Work Permit has been approved for first time arrivals to Kenya
Owner is 18 years of age or older
Import Declaration Form (IDF) - This is arranged by your customs agent. Contact us if you need assistance
Log Book (indicate engine and chassis number, first date of registration and engine capacity) Certificate of local value (invoice from dealer) . Contact us if you need assistance in raising this
Passport (if issued within last two years, the old passport is also required)
Customs C15 Form
New autos require invoice bearing engine and chassis number
Work Permit for non citizens
Please feel free to visit our Car shipping page for the different shipping options available to you. Alternatively, click here to request a quotation and we will usually get back to you within 24 hours.
Here is just a small selection of the countries we regularly ship to and some of their requirements. we do try to keep them as upto date as possible however please do always double check with the customs agency of that designated country for full details:
I shipped my Land Cruiser from the UK to Maputo Mozambique with Anon Shipping company and the company arranged the pick up from Nottingham, to the port, into the ship and to Maputo without any issues. Andrew was helpful in giving details on when the next ship was leaving the UK and making arrangment for the truck to be picked up. I have recommended Anon shippers to a few friends who want to ship cars from the UK. Good job Anon.
Mr Johnson Kimuyu