Check out the formalities

  • Customs formalities for the goods need to be completed when sending goods from Estonia to Norway and Switzerland. According to the legislation, customs formalities must be completed regardless of whether the sender is a company or a private individual and whether the recipient is a company or a private individual.

  • If the value and / or weight of the goods exceeds €1,000 / 1,000 kg, the sender of the goods shall declare the goods to the Estonian customs agency. The sender of the goods shall attach 1 copy of the declaration to the invoice in a plastic bag.

  •  The goods must be accompanied by an invoice (5 copies). The invoice must be in a document pocket affixed to the packaging.

  •  If the goods have all the necessary and required customs documents, then usually customs formalities are arranged for the goods within 1 working day after the arrival of the goods in the country of destination. The goods are then available for delivery.

  •  If the customs documents need to be improved or data clarified, DPD shall inform the sender thereof and also indicate the deadline for submitting the additional information. The goods are stored in the country of destination for up to 7 working days. If the necessary additional information has not been received, the consignment may be returned to the sender.

  •  All major customs brokerage companies can provide more detailed information about the requirements for arranging export customs formalities. For example, A-Tolliagentuur. A brokerage company of the country of destination can provide the most accurate answers to the sender’s questions regarding the terms and conditions and legislation of import customs formalities.

  •  Please also note that when sending a parcel to Norway and Switzerland, a fee of €25 will be added to the price for submitting customs documents to customs. If customs documents are absent or information related to the goods needs to be improved, €25 will be added to the shipping cost.

Check out the formalities

  • Customs formalities for the goods need to be completed when sending goods from Estonia to Norway and Switzerland. According to the legislation, customs formalities must be completed regardless of whether the sender is a company or a private individual and whether the recipient is a company or a private individual.

  • If the value and / or weight of the goods exceeds €1,000 / 1,000 kg, the sender of the goods shall declare the goods to the Estonian customs agency. The sender of the goods shall attach 1 copy of the declaration to the invoice in a plastic bag.

  •  The goods must be accompanied by an invoice (5 copies). The invoice must be in a document pocket affixed to the packaging.

  •  If the goods have all the necessary and required customs documents, then usually customs formalities are arranged for the goods within 1 working day after the arrival of the goods in the country of destination. The goods are then available for delivery.

  •  If the customs documents need to be improved or data clarified, DPD shall inform the sender thereof and also indicate the deadline for submitting the additional information. The goods are stored in the country of destination for up to 7 working days. If the necessary additional information has not been received, the consignment may be returned to the sender.

  •  All major customs brokerage companies can provide more detailed information about the requirements for arranging export customs formalities. For example, A-Tolliagentuur. A brokerage company of the country of destination can provide the most accurate answers to the sender’s questions regarding the terms and conditions and legislation of import customs formalities.

  •  Please also note that when sending a parcel to Norway and Switzerland, a fee of €25 will be added to the price for submitting customs documents to customs. If customs documents are absent or information related to the goods needs to be improved, €25 will be added to the shipping cost.

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