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How do I send a parcel to Sweden? The documents you need to send with your shipment
Attach the pro forma invoice (automatically generated by Expedismart.ch) to send a package from Switzerland to Sweden to indicate to the Swedish customs the content of your package. Even though Swedish customs are known for their speed, you are never safe from the unexpected. Remember to take a margin in terms of date if your document or package is urgent. For your valuable goods, you can also take out package insurance, which we recommend.
If you sell the goods you are sending from Switzerland to Sweden, you must provide a commercial invoice, which will establish itself when you book your shipment via Expedismart.ch. Compare and send a parcel from Switzerland to Sweden at the best price on our website.
Important contents of the pro forma invoice for a shipment to Sweden
You must write proforma in either English or Swedish.
How do I send a parcel to Sweden? Customs regulations
Sweden, as a member of the European Union, applies EU rules throughout the Union. The EU pursues a fairly liberal international trade policy. However, there are a number of restrictions, especially on agricultural products, and this obviously applies to Sweden.
Import duties and taxes are due on goods imported into Sweden from outside the EU, so obviously from Switzerland. Whether it is the fact of an individual or a company. Customs duties vary from 0 to 17%, with an average of 4.2% for the general tariff. However, they extend to foodstuffs, textiles, and clothing. If the total value of the goods does not exceed SEK 206,600, the goods are exempt from customs duties.
How do I send a parcel to Sweden? Prohibited goods
Make sure that you do not send these prohibited goods in packages to Sweden:
- Flammable and explosive products
- Toxic substances
- Civil and service weapons
- Product Imitations
- Pirated products
How do I send a parcel to Sweden? Delicate goods
To protect your products, it is necessary to package the goods properly. To this end, use appropriate cushioning materials such as newspapers, bubble wrap, or pieces of foam if you are sending delicate and/or valuable items. Carriers are careful, but you can never be too careful.
How do I send a parcel to Sweden? Delivery times
Send your documents or goods to Sweden and benefit from a fast and easy door-to-door delivery service as well as a customer service that is always ready to listen to you. However, depending on the type of goods, customs clearance will take longer. The most popular destinations for our customers are : Stockholm, Uppsala, Östergötland, Jönköping, Skåne, Vastra Götaland, Halland, Orebro, etc.
How do I send a parcel to Sweden? On public holidays
When sending an express parcel to this country, make sure that the delivery does not take place during one of these holidays. Here you can find a list of public holidays in Sweden :
- 1 January: New Year's Day
- January 6: Epiphany
- Variable date: Easter
- April 30: Walpurgis Night
- May 1st: Labour Day
- Variable date: Midsommarafton
- Variable date: All Saints' Day
- December 13: Saint Lucia
- December 24: Christmas Eve
- December 25th: Christmas
- December 26: Feast of St. Stephen's Day
How do I send a parcel to Sweden? Track my shipment
Have you ever sent a package to Sweden? No ? Then do it:
For the "Track and Trace" of your shipment, use the tracking of your shipment to Sweden on Expedismart.ch.
Do you have a question? Contact Expedismart directly, we are here for you.