Sending a parcel to Switzerland
Upela enables you to send parcels to Switzerland but also send parcels from Switzerland to any country in the European Union.
For easy import and export of packages, parcels, pallets and bulky items take advantage of our rates which are up to 75% cheaper with shipping firms like DHL, UPS and FedEx.
To send your parcels to Switzerland, it is a simple matter of a few clicks with Upela.com!
Benefit from the lowest rates for shipments to Switzerland
Refer to www.upela.com for the departure and destination address for importing from Switzerland or exporting to Switzerland with the greatest of ease.
- France-Switzerland express shipping: starting from €22.95, next day delivery
- Switzerland-France express shipping: starting from €29.50, next day delivery
Sending a parcel to Switzerland: things you need to know
- Holidays in Switzerland: 1st January, 6 and 9 April, 1st, 17 & 28 May, 1st August, 25 & 26 December.
- The Swiss Confederation is a country where political and military neutrality prevail. It is in Europe but is not part of the European Union. The 10 main cities are: Zürich, Geneva, Basel, Lausanne, Bern, Winterthur, Lucerne, St. Gallen, Lugano, Biel
- Time zone: GMT +1:00
How long does it take to send an express delivery to Switzerland?
For Switzerland, Upela proposes an express priority next day delivery service, between 10 AM and 12 PM, or delivery during the day. These offers are available for shipments for Europe-Switzerland and Switzerland-Europe
Sending to Switzerland: click here to open our price comparator
Send your parcels to any other country in the European Union :Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands
Shipping to Switzerland: products that it is prohibited to send
- hazardous goods
- firearms and weapons
- metals and precious
Delivery in Switzerland: formalities for sending parcels to Switzerland
Because Switzerland is not in the European Union, parcels to or from Switzerland must be accompanied by 3 invoices (the original and 2 copies) containing precise details of the content. Any customs duties will be applied on shipping.
The packing and protection are essential to ensure the safe shipping of any fragile goods. Why not consult our packing tips.