It is possible for GPU’s purchased from Amazon and shipped to Egypt to get stuck in customs. Generally speaking, when importing goods into Egypt, Customs Officials need to ensure that all the necessary documentation is in place and that the goods meet the requirements laid down by the Egyptian government.
In order to avoid any delays or issues that could arise, it is advisable to ensure that both you, as the importer, and the seller have provided the necessary documents in advance. This should include:
• Order confirmation/invoice
• Proof of payment (if applicable)
• Details of the goods being sent
• Country of Origin/Manufacture
• Detail of any warranty (if applicable)
You should also be aware that any goods for which customs duties and charges are applicable will need to be paid for in advance. Additionally, it’s worth remembering that if you are sending valuable items, you may want to consider adding tracking and/or insurance, to ensure their safe delivery to you.
You may find it helpful to read the Egypt Customs website for full information about goods importation (https://www.customs.gov.eg/en).
Overall, if you take the steps and precautions listed above, it should help to ensure that your purchase has a smooth journey from Amazon to Egypt.