From Bern to Bazel
Sending a parcel to Switserland? Done!

Send your parcel to Switzerland with DHL and you’ll know that it is in good hands. Create a label quickly using our online shipping tool, stick it on your parcel, and take it to a DHL point close to you. Then we’ll do the rest. Our couriers will take good care of your parcel and deliver it within six working days. Plus, you can keep up to date on your parcel’s journey across the Alps. With track and trace, you know exactly where it is at all times. Quick and simple.

Send a parcel from €16

Send parcels with maximum dimensions of 80 x 50 x 35 cm (l/w/h) and 20 kg to Switserland from €16. With track and trace, you track your parcel for the whole of its journey.

Clearing customs

Make sure you have the right customs declarations attached to your parcel. Fill out the information required using the My DHL Parcel online shipping service to prevent any problems with Swiss customs.

Drop off your parcel

There are 3,000 DHL ServicePoints in the Netherlands, so there’ll always be a DHL store or locker close to you.

Personal message

Personal message

When sending a parcel using My DHL Parcel, you have the option of leaving a nice little message – or simply the tracking number.

Online parcel service
Sort out your shipment to Switserland online

With My DHL Parcel, you can send a parcel quickly and easily to anywhere in Switzerland. Great if you’ve got family in Lugano or friends in Geneva. Create your shipping label online and stick it to the parcel. You can get the mandatory customs declarations sorted in a flash with our online shipping service. Take your parcel to a DHL ServicePoint in the Netherlands and we’ll get it on its way to its destination in Switzerland – quickly and safely. Want to know how it works?

Go to My DHL Parcel

Customs and import rules
What you need to know about Switserland

Switserland is not a member of the European Union, so you need to attach a customs declaration to your parcel. Import restrictions and bans apply to certain items, such as counterfeit goods, medicines, and dangerous goods. Want to see the full list?

View the official list on the Swiss Customs website

DHL Business
Sending something for business?

Attach three copies of the invoice to your parcel. You are also required to state the commodity code. But don’t worry, we’ll let you know exactly how it works and what you should do during the online shipping process. Does your business parcel contain goods with a value of greater than €1,000? Then you’ll need to open a DHL business account.

Sending something for business