Economy or Express shipping to Switzerland, for less
.Generally shipping to Switzerland is on an upward trend especially with the growth of online shopping in recent years and the wealth of those living in such a beautiful country. eBay international delivery in Europe and into Europe from overseas, has become big business as eBay allows you to expand your visibility around the globe with customers able to access your items on line, if you offer international delivery. We at Parcel Monkey can help not only eBay sellers and buyers, but private individuals and businesses alike save money on sending parcels abroad. When you use our global shipping marketplace, you can enjoy a free collection from your home via your chosen courier, who then also provide full tracking until delivery. Switzerland has become a very popular destination for parcels booked via our marketplace, due to the great savings you can make, not only on cost, but also time as we serve up a wide range of courier options for you to choose from, saving the hassle of looking around getting prices on various sites. The Swiss population currently sits at just over 8 million with 86% of those being internet users, meaning the eCommerce sector is booming. Popular payment methods for Swiss internet users are PayPal and credit cards, both of which are available on Parcel Monkey. It was recently reported that last year (2016), the top 5 of online stores in Switzerland generated more revenue than the five largest Swiss shopping centres, according to ecommercenews.eu. It is important to note that when shipping to Switzerland, even from another European location, you will need to complete the relevant customs documents. We provide this during the booking process, however they will need to be completed accurately by the sender. No matter where your recipient lives Zurich, Geneva, Basel, Lausanne or Bern, when sending a parcel you can expect a fast delivery due to the fantastic transport links in Switzerland, from the vast airports at Geneva and Zurich right down to expansive motorway networks. Switzerland is right at the heart of the European mainland, bordered by Germany, Austria and France so understandably goods are often imported from these locations. Tourism to Switzerland is also big business, down partially to the fact its inhabitants speak multiple languages such German, French and Italian and of course by the popularity of the ski resorts, meaning plenty of parcels will continue to be sent to this destination.