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Switzerland

Switzerland is a popular location for foreign entrepreneurs and investors. Located centrally in Europe, Switzerland has a convenient location.

In Switzerland there is a stable political and economic situation. Switzerland is one of the countries with the lowest crime rate globally.

Will you be moving to Switzerland? Then you probably want to feel comfortable as soon as possible, moving into a new setting. Relocating should therefore be an easy and convenient job. Dijkshoorn Euromovers guarantees to provide a professional and a personal touch to the relocation of your belongings. Allowing you to completely focus on your new living or working environment.

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Popular Cities

  • Zurich
  • Geneva
  • Lausanne
  • Bern
  • Basel

 

  • Winterthur
  • Luzern
  • Sankt Gallen
  • Lugano
  • Biel

General information

Switzerland has a large population of approximately 8 million inhabitants living on a surface area of 41,285 km2. A variety of languages are spoken in Switzerland. The largest part of the Swiss population uses German as their mother tongue. But languages as French, Italian and Romansh are also spoken.

Switzerland consists of the following 26 regions: Zürich, Bern, Luzern, Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Glarus, Zug, Fribourg, Solothurn, Basel-Stad, Basel-Landschaft, Schaffhausen, Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Appenzell Innerhoden, Sankt Gallen, Graubünden, Aargau, Thurgau, Ticino, Vaud, Wallis, Neuchâtel, Genève and Jura.

Switzerland has a moderate climate, continental and oceanic. In the North of the country there is a continental climate with harsh winters and hot summers. In the South of the country there is an oceanic climate, with milder winters and hotter summers. Switzerland has many mountain ranges resulting in a mountainous climate.

Most of the Swiss have a Christian religious background, around 38% is Roman-Catholic and 27% Protestant. With the minority religious groups having a Muslim, Buddhist or Jewish background. Switzerland has an increasing amount of non-religious citizens.

Switzerland is known for being a wealthy and modern country. The Swiss economy consists of highly qualified working departments and labourers with higher educations. Important sectors in Switzerland involve biotechnology, microtechnology, pharmaceutical industry, banking and insurance industry. In Switzerland the currency is the Swiss Frank and the GDP (gross domestic product) per capita is around 61,400 American Dollars.

Dijkshoorn Euromovers

Dijkshoorn Euromovers know exactly what is important when moving abroad. With our relocation checklist and personal guidance we can ensure you an effortless moving experience without surprises. Customs formalities for the clearance of your belongings are accounted for in an orderly fashion to reassure a safe trip for your belongings, whether this is by air, road or sea freight. Due to the size of our international organisation we can make it possible for relocations abroad to be done for the best price with quality guarantee.

Dijkshoorn Euromovers is part of the international network of Euromovers International. This network consists out of a combination of highly qualified and trustworthy moving companies that are spread worldwide. This also applies to Switzerland where there is a large network of Euromovers.

The power of Euromovers consists of bundling the expertise from various internationally operating companies. For you, this means that your relocation, both within and outside the Netherlands, is guaranteed of all international standard and quality requirements.

Necessary documents

  • Passport
  • Proof of living abroad for at least 1 year. (e.g. 12 consecutive energy bills)
  • Proof of registration at location (municipal)
  • Residence permit
  • Rental- or purchasing agreement of destination
  • Labour contract from country of destination
  • The original customs forms
  • Power of attorney

Embassy

 The embassy of Switzerland can be found in The Hague (Den Haag):

Lange Voorhout 42
2514 EE S-Gravenhage

The Dutch embassy in Switzerland can be found in Bern:

Seftigenstrasse 7
3000 Bern 14