The presentation and issuance of proforma to Swiss buyers is another step that requires commercial negotiations and formal correspondence with supply chain links in Switzerland. As a result, you can enter into a deal with the contracting party and send him a sample. Determining the price, packaging the goods, obtaining the inspection permit, obtaining the certificate of origin and declaration of the product, and performing customs duties must also be done in the following stages of food export to Switzerland.
Be careful that one of the most important stages of exporting food to Switzerland is customs clearance. If you don’t have knowledge and expertise in this field, your goods may stay in customs for a long time, and on the other hand, you will be involved in fines and exorbitant costs. For this reason, we recommend that you entrust the clearance of goods to professional companies in this field. These matters usually include placing orders, sending product declarations, obtaining legal permits, and paying customs fees, including duties and taxes. Undoubtedly, the better the history of the brokerage company in this field, the faster the clearance process will be.
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Signing a contract with insurance and transport companies is one of the last stages of exporting food to Switzerland. You can send your cargo to Switzerland in different ways, which you should look at the perishability of the goods and your budget. We recommend that you contact our experts in Paya for the exact and perfect execution of these steps.