transport routier marchandises

DLM Internationals brings you the benefit of our expertise and experience for your transportation needs to and from Switzerland. Traffic to and from Switzerland is among most complex in Europe, with customs formalities being among the complicating features. This is because the traffic flow is to and from a country that is outside the European Union that is governed by its own legislation. Our team will provide you with a transport solution that will bring you complete peace of mind.

Principal merchandise

Between France and Switzerland we mainly transport machines and manufactured products for our customers.

DLM Internationals guarantees deliveries within 24 to 48 hours for part loads and full truck-loads to the cantons of Saint Gall, Valais, Bern and Vaud among others.

Transport modes

As Switzerland is located outside the European Union, road transport here is subject to compliance regulations and to a compulsory check each time a border is crossed. DLM Internationals provides the prior expertise you need so that your merchandise enjoys a smooth journey.

Our forwarding agents located in border towns mean that we can optimise your transport with your final destination in mind. The forwarding agent used will themselves be closest to your final destination in order to ease the passage of your merchandise across the border. We are happy to insure and guarantee your merchandise if you wish.

Customs formalities

DLM Internationals will manage your customs formalities. We can provide information and advice to help you draw up invoices and documents that conform to Swiss and French authority requirements.

Our main transport routes:

  • Basle trunk route: border zone that is frequently used to reach the German-speaking part of Switzerland.
  • Vallorbe: the trunk route towards Pontarlier to reach the Lausanne and Geneva regions

We regularly link France with the towns of Basle, Bern, Bienne, Geneva, Köniz, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Lausanne, Lucerne, Lugano, Neuchâtel, Saint-Gall, Schaffhausen, Thun, Winterthur and Zurich.

We are available to answer any questions you might have and to give you more detailed information: you are welcome to contact us.