Parcel delivery to Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein is a doubly landlocked country in the German Alps. It is the smallest and richest German speaking nation in the world. The popular winter sports destination has a powerful financial sector based in the capital of Vaduz. Liechtenstein is not a member of the European Union. It is party to the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and the European Economic Area. As a member of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership (EUR-MED) materials from Bulgaria, Romania, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, the Faroe Islands, Turkey, and others receive preferential treatment.
Customs for parcel shipping to Liechtenstein
There is no difference between personal and commercial shipments in Liechtenstein. There is no deminimis value. Gift exemptions are available person to person for shipments valued at less than 100 Swiss Francs. Liechtenstein Customs takes special care with animal products and each shipment should be accompanied by a Health Certificate. Leather goods must include the scientific name for the animal involved on the invoice. Any products that contain alcohol, including cosmetics and medicine, needs to list the percentage on the invoice.
Security concerns when shipping parcels to Liechtenstein
The following commodities are prohibited from importation into Liechtenstein: bearer documents, animals and products of animal origin from outside of Europe, products containing biocide dimethylfumarate, graphite products, wet ice, hazardous liquids, radar detectors, radioactive material, soil, and used personal effects.
Special restrictions apply to companies shipping animal products, cosmetics, CD Roms, drugs and medicine, food stuffs, furs and leather goods, military equipments, vitamins and supplements, machine parts, precious metals, volatile organic compounds, smoked salmon, software, textiles, and veterinary products.
Parcel documents delivering to Liechtenstein
When calculating the taxes and duties take into consideration the value as well as other charges like shipping and insurance. Imports being sent to When calculating the taxes and duties take into consideration the value as well as other charges like shipping and insurance. Imports being sent to Liechtenstein should include a standard declaration with a commercial invoice and proof of origin. Proof of origin is necessary for member countries to recieve tax relief. Those participating in EUR-MED should indicate so on their invoice.