Sending to Switzerland

Sending to Switzerland

If you send parcels to Switzerland you'll need to know this…

The Swiss Government have introduced a new retailer registration scheme from 1 January 2019.

Known as the "Mail Order Regulation 2019", non-resident companies who generate at least CHF 100,000 turnover per year from 'small consignments' (with a value of 65 CHF or below) to Switzerland, will now be deemed as domestic suppliers. This means these sales will be considered taxable in Switzerland and must be entered into the Swiss VAT register.

For further information on this change click here.

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CSM Logistics have no association with THX Parcels (www.thxparcels.com) if you have had any encounters with them we suggest that you report it to Action Fraud UK quoting ref. NFRC200503665134.