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Parcel Post to Switzerland

Cheap Switzerland parcel delivery from just £14.62

Ship Parcels to Switzerland

makes it easy to compare couriers for sending parcels to Switzerland, while saving you up to 60% on shipping rates. In less than five minutes you can book everything you need for your delivery, and we’ll collect your parcel right from your door.
Whether you’re an individual wanting to send a gift to Geneva, or you represent a company looking to start exporting to Switzerland, combines great prices with expert service for the shipping solutions you need.


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Compare shipping prices to Switzerland

With you can quickly compare shipping services and discount prices from the best Switzerland courier companies and book a delivery, without ever having to leave the site.

  1. Enter your parcel details.
  2. Compare prices for express and economy delivery.
  3. Confirm your booking and wait for collection.

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Switzerland Delivery Rates

With rates this cheap surely we must cut corners with our delivery service right? Nope. With you get the exact same great service that our couriers are famous for, from UPS to FedEx, at prices up to 60% cheaper than booking direct.

Check out our prices for deliveries across Europe:

Our Courier Services to Switzerland

You don’t need to sign up to to take advantage of our great rates on parcel post . Whether you’re sending skis to St Moritz or gifts to Grindelwald, we produce all the paperwork you need, making shipping to Switzerland a breeze.

And if you’re looking to import from Switzerland into the UK you can find the same great services right here.

Parcel postage from the UK to Switzerland

Express – Next-Day Delivery
Economy – 3/4 Day Delivery

Parcel Postage from Switzerland to the UK

Express – 1/2 Day Delivery
Economy – 3/4 Day Delivery

Express Delivery

Fast next-day delivery

AM Delivery

Pre 9am, 10:30am and Noon Delivery

Cheap Delivery to Switzerland

Economy 3 to 4-day Delivery

Clearing Swiss Customs

Despite being bang in the middle of Europe, Switzerland is not a member of the EU, which means all parcels have to be cleared by Swiss customs before they can enter the country. Document shipments and gifts (see below) are the only exemptions to duties and taxes, all other packages will have these fees applied and the receiver will have to pay.

If the charges add up to less than 5 Swiss Francs however, the receiver will not have to pay anything.

Learn more about clearing customs
Prohibited items when sending to Switzerland
Official Swiss Customs Site
Guide to exporting to Switzerland from the UK

Collection & Delivery

A courier delivering packages in Switzerland

Courier Collection

For shipments under 50kg, we can pick-up on the day you book from most locations across the UK and Switzerland. For health and safety reasons our driver can’t come into your property to fetch a package, so please make sure that your parcel is packaged and ready to go by your front door. If your package is over 50kg in weight you need to book a day in advance.

We also offer convenient drop off locations across the UK if you don’t want to wait home all day for the courier to arrive.

Courier Delivery

Unless you choose a timed delivery option your parcel will arrive at its destination in Switzerland any time between 9am-7pm on the day it’s scheduled. We don’t deliver or collect on weekends and public holidays.

As with collection, you will have to help our driver unload any bulky items. If you anticipate needing a pallet truck, or a van with a tail-lift, then let us know when you book and we can arrange it. If you want to guarantee a signed-for delivery you can upgrade to this option when you book.

Tracking your delivery to Switzerland

With you can track your parcel on every stage of its journey from the UK to Switzerland. We give you real-time updates of your shipment’s progress, and you’ll be able to see when it’s out for delivery, so you know that everything is running on schedule.

In the event that there is a delay we will email both you and your receiver, so you can address the problem immediately. Our expert customer services team will be on hand in the UK to help get your parcel moving again.

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Sending gifts to Switzerland

If you have a gift for someone in Switzerland, then Swiss customs have a pleasant surprise for you too – a 100 Swiss Francs gift allowance. This means that you won’t pay any duties or taxes as long as the present falls below this value.

To qualify your gift must be sent from an individual to another individual. Anything sent to or from a company will not be counted as a gift by Swiss customs.

Large and Heavy shipping to Switzerland

At big is beautiful – we can deliver shipments up to 1,000kg in weight, or 270cm in length. All you need to do is ensure that your goods are properly packaged and secured to a pallet where necessary. Book 24 hours in advance for oversized item shipping.

So whether you’re sending a sauna to Fribourg, or a pallet of furniture to Uster, our specialist large parcel service can support all your logistical needs.

Learn more about exporting freight to Switzerland

Sending food to Switzerland

The Swiss may have Toblerones and Alpen, but if you know someone in Geneva who fancies breaking with convention and enjoying some delicious English treats, then makes sending food to Switzerland simple.

Whether you’re sending a hamper for Christmas, or a chocolate egg for Easter, there are a few rules you need to abide by to ensure your food is fine for delivery. Simply follow the checklists below.

What you can send

Non-perishable foods

  • a. Store bought foods with a best before date over 6 months away.
  • b. Items must be in the original manufacturers packaging and unopened.
  • c. The food lable needs to list all the ingredients.
  • d. The best before date must be displayed on the packaging
  • e. Examples of pershable foods:
    Crisp and savory foods, Chocolates and candy, Canned foods, Herbs and Spices in sealed containers, tea bags, Jams and other preserves

What you cannot send

perishable foods

  • a. Foods with a shelf life of less than 6 months.
  • b. Homemade foods or any foods not in the original manufactures packaging.
  • c. Foods that can spoil in transit.
  • d. Food in packaging that have been opened.
  • e. Food that does not contain a food label listing the ingredients.

Packaging your Parcel

If your parcel is going to travel up into the Swiss Alps then it might not always be a smooth ride. Therefore, the best way to ensure that its contents arrive in the condition that they left is to protect them with adequate packaging.

Follow our simple three-step plan when packing your parcel.

1. BUY A NEW BOX

Second-hand boxes can hide weaknesses which may lead to them being crushed, or bursting, in transit. If the contents are heavier than 10kg then we recommend a double corrugated box.

Safely packaging a parcel for international shipping

2. FILL IT WITH PACKAGING

Wrap every item individually, then suspend them inside the box surrounded by packaging material, such as bubble wrap, at least 6cm from the box edges. Nothing should move when you shake the box.

3. SEAL IT UP

Using parcel tape wrap around your box three times in a Union Flag pattern. Cover all corners and joins. Adhere your label so that it won’t come off and the barcode is clearly visible.


Properly packaging your goods

FAQ's

Can I send skis to Switzerland with ?

You can ship skis and snowboards to Switzerland with , saving you money on excess luggage and lengthy waits at airport baggage claim. Just be sure to package your skis carefully, following our instructions above, to ensure they are safe in transit.

Are there any items I can’t ship to Switzerland?

Before you fill your parcel with goodies to send to Switzerland you should check that everything you’re putting in is allowed in the country. Firstly, check ’s own prohibited items list , which shows you goods our couriers can’t carry to any destination. Once you’ve done that you can look at restrictions which are specific to Switzerland, such as the need for a certificate to import culturally significant items. You can find out more in the links in our customs section above.

Which couriers does work with?

We believe in quality above all else, that’s why we only work with the world’s most reliable couriers, including FedEx, UPS , DHL , and TNT.

Will it cost more for me to send to remote areas of Switzerland?

The Swiss Alps may be the perfect environment for a spot of skiing, but it can be harder progress when you’re driving a delivery van. As such, there may be a small extra charge for delivering to remote areas such as Grindelwald or Diesbach. We will factor this charge, and any extra time the delivery may take, into your delivery quote, so there are no unpleasant surprises.

Does work with businesses?

offers even more discounts for business shippers , as well as UK-based support to help you set up shipping solutions for your customers. And if you’re working on a smaller scale, trading on eBay, we can save you money shipping your auction items too.