Moving To Switzerland From Liverpool
Britannia Fleet has over 40 years experience and sufficient resources for your international removal to Switzerland. We operate a regular service to all Areas of Switzerland to include Geneva, Lausanne, Bern and Zurich.
Moving to Switzerland can be slightly more complicated as Switzerland is not part of EU and entry requirements are strict. The Importation of used household goods and personal effects are usually duty and tax free on the basis the effects have been owned for a least 6 months and the removal has taken place within 18 months from change of residence.
You will also need the following:-
- Swiss employment contract or work permit
- Swiss customs declaration form
- Lease or property title for the Swiss apartment or house
Britannia Fleet Liverpool will take the stress out of your removal and will provide the necessary custom forms and other information required for your removal to Switzerland.
Moving to Switzerland? Getting a free quotation
To get a FREE NO OBLIGATION QUOTATION please call us on 0151 482 0432 and we will arrange for our experienced surveyor to visit your home at a time and date convenient to you and assess the volume of items, packing needs, packing materials and any other requirements you may have for your international removal to Switzerland.Once you have been provided with your quotation you will be assigned a friendly coordinator to assist throughout your international removal to Switzerland.
In general it is in your interest not to import the following items to Switzerland:
- Firearms & ammunition
- Inflammable goods & substances
- Plants & plant material
- Foodstuffs, perishables or otherwise
- Narcotics and dangerous goods
- Offensive materials
Moving Motor Vehicles to Switzerland
Importation of cars to Switzerland will be subject to compliance, and duty tax may apply. Any car sold in the European Community is normally automatically in accordance with Swiss law, you will however need to register your car and request license plates once you arrive in Switzerland.