Whether you are returning to the Switzerland, or going there for the first time, there will inevitably be questions that you would like answered prior to your move.
The following guide will hopefully provide you with the information you need for importing household goods and personal effects from Ireland to Switzerland.
You should note that additional charges may be incurred if you import prohibited or restricted items. These charges, along with taxes and duties, storage, demurrage, customs / agriculture inspection charges, handling/special cleaning charges resulting from inspection, delivery that can only be serviced by ferry or delivery above 2nd floor without an elevator are not included in our quotation. TVA is not included in your quotation.
Our agent Bruno Oberhanali. P.O. Box 39 Chemin du Cret 10 1279 Chavannes - de - Bogis Switzerland Tel: 022 776 0416 Fax: 022 776 0426 clears all consignments through customs in Geneva and collects any TVA due from you.
Your sales coordinator at Careline International is always available to answer questions regarding documentation, as not everybody falls into the aforementioned categories and sometimes special circumstances have to be taken into consideration.
All information on this page is given for guidance only, and although we believe it to be correct at the time of writing, we cannot accept any liability for errors, omissions, inaccuracies or misinterpretation. All charges, regulations and procedures are liable to change without notice.
This information is provided without obligation and at the individual's risk. We accept no responsibility for any inaccuracy of whatever nature.