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How to send a parcel to Finland? Required documents
When sending a parcel from Switzerland to Finland, please enclose the proforma invoice that is automatically generated via Expedimart.ch. For a new product, the proforma invoice is not the invoice you received from your shop. This document informs finish customs about the contents of your parcel. However, if the goods are to be resold after arrival in Finland, enclose a commercial invoice with the shipment, which is also automatically generated on Expedismart.ch. For higher value goods, we recommend taking out insurance. The cost of insurance is 1% of the declared value of the goods. If you wish, you can arrange this directly when preparing the consignment.
Compare the service and price for a shipment to Finland with us. Furthermore, you can choose the carrier (such as FedEx, DHL, Aramex, or TNT) that will collect your parcel at the time of your choice and deliver it safely to Finland.
Information relevant to the pro forma or commercial invoice
Please complete the documents in Finnish or English
How to send a parcel to Finland? Customs regulations
Import duties in the destination country are based on the local goods and services tax and VAT of 24%. Furthermore, it depends on the type of consignment as well as its declared value.
How to send a parcel to Finland? Prohibited goods
Import duties in the destination country are based on the local goods and services tax and VAT. In addition, it depends on the type of shipment as well as its declared value.
Some goods are banned or restricted for import and export in Finland.
- Medicinal products
- Goods containing biocides (for private individuals)
- Brass knuckles, stilettos, throwing stars, stun guns, electric batons and slingshots
- Counterfeit products
- Fireworks (for private individuals)
- Certain plants, trees, fruits, and plant products
- Certain types of food
*This list may be amended by the country of destination. For more information, please visit the Finnish authorities' website.
If you are not sure whether your goods fall under the category "prohibited goods", please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or e-mail. We will be happy to provide you with the requested information.
How to send a parcel to Finland? Fragile products
If you are sending fragile items, we recommend that you use sufficient cushioning material. You can find instructions on how to pack a parcel properly here.
How do I send a parcel to Finland? Delivery times
In Finland, mail and parcels are delivered to all households during the day. However, this does not apply to weekends and public holidays when no one is at home or in the office.
With Expedismart.ch you benefit from fast and easy shipping.
How to send a parcel to Finland? Holidays
Please note these dates when planning a consignment:
- 1 January: New Year
- 6 January: Epiphany
- 2 April: Good Friday
- 5 April: Easter Monday
- 3 May: May Day
- 13 May: Ascension Day
- 19 June: Midsummer
- 1 November: All Saints' Day
- 6 November: Independence Day
- 25 December: Christmas
- 26 December: St Stephen's Day
How is a parcel delivered in Finland? Track and trace
Track your shipment to Finland with us. You can find all tracking information on our website.
If you have any questions, we will be happy to help you. Please contact us via the contact form.
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